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Perkiomen Valley athletes choose college destinations

Will Marrotta, Football, Univ. at Albany

Perkiomen Valley football player Will Marrotta has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at the University at Albany, where he will major in criminal justice. Pictured from left are father Robert Marrotta, Will Marrotta, mother Amy Marrotta.

Erik Moyer, Track / Cross Country, Indiana Univ. of Pa.

Perkiomen Valley track and cross country athlete Erik Moyer has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he will major in business management with a minor in sports management.

Andrew Moyer, Track & Field, Indiana Univ. of Pa.

Perkiomen Valley track & field athlete Andrew Moyer has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he will major in chemistry.

Ethan Ribelin, Track / Cross Country, Indiana Univ. of Pa.

Perkiomen Valley track and cross country athlete Ethan Ribelin, center, has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he will major in business management. Pictured from left are Robert Ribelin (father), Ethan Ribelin, Kim Ribelin (mother).

Randy Washington, Football, Indiana Univ. of Pa.

Perkiomen Valley football player Randy Washington has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he will major in business management.

Matthew Quoos, Lacrosse, Neumann Univ.

Perkiomen Valley lacrosse player Matthew Quoos has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at Neumann University, where he will major in criminal justice.

Andrew Meeley, Football, Albright College

Perkiomen Valley football player Andrew Meeley has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at Albright College, where he will major in sports management.

Sydney Schoenewald, Volleyball, Chatham University

Perkiomen Valley volleyball player Sydney Schoenewald has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Chatham University, where she will pursue a Masters of Physician Assistant Studies.

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