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Spring-Ford has 12 make college commitments

Jordyn Edwards, Lacrosse, Widener University

Spring-Ford lacrosse player Jordyn Edwards has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Widener University. Seated from left are sister Evelyn Blanks, Jordyn Edwards and brother Lucas Edwards. Standing from left are coach Kristi Holstein, step-father Walter Blanks, mother Beth Eldredge, father Chris Edwards and step-mother Melissa Edwards.

Mac Maloney, Lacrosse, East Stroudsburg University

Spring-Ford lacrosse player Mac Maloney has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at East Stroudsburg University, where she will major in sports management. Maloney is seated with, from left, coach Kristi Holstein, mother Kirstin Maloney, sister Miley Maloney and Cliff Maloney standing behind.

Peyton Nitto, Lacrosse, Juniata College

Spring-Ford lacrosse player Peyton Nitto has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Juniata College, where she will major in computer science. Nitto is seated with, from left, coach Kristi Holstein, mother Susan Nitto and father Tony Nitto standing behind.

Brenna Whiteside, Lacrosse, Indiana University of Pa.

Spring-Ford lacrosse player Brenna Whiteside has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where she will major in nursing. Whiteside is seated with, from left, coach Kristi Holstein, mother Eileen Whiteside, brother Jack Whiteside and father Curt Whiteside standing behind.

Jarrett Gordon, Baseball, Messiah University

Spring-Ford baseball player Jarrett Gordon has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at Messiah University, where he will major in molecular biology. Gordon is seated center with, standing from left, coach Rick Harrison, mother Cindy Gordon, sister Camryn Gordon and father Adrian Gordon.

Jack Price, Baseball, Penn State-Harrisburg

Spring-Ford baseball player Jack Price has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at Penn State-Harrisburg, where he will major in business. Price is seated center with, standing from left, coach Rick Harrison, mother Piper Price, mother and father Eric Price.

Jake Corropolese, Baseball, Centenary University

Spring-Ford baseball player Jake Corropolese has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at Centenary University, where he will major in health sciences. Corropolese is seated center with, standing from left, grandfather Rich Corropolese, grandmother Carol Corropolese, coach Rick Harrison, mother Ronnie Corropolese and father Shawn Corropolese.

Dylan Ducharme, Baseball, Winthrop University

Spring-Ford baseball player Dylan Ducharme has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at Winthrop University, where he will major in business. Ducharme is seated center with, from left, coach Rick Harrison and mother Nicole Ducharme standing behind.

Brianna Peck, Softball, Virginia Tech

Spring-Ford softball player Brianna Peck has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Virginia Tech. Peck, the 2019 Mercury Softball Player of the Year, is seated center with, standing from left, assistant coach Shawn Corropolese, coach Tim Hughes, sister Marissa Peck, sister Madison Peck, mother Jennifer Johnson, brother Brian Peck and grandfather Chase Pester.

Danielle McNeill, Softball, Shenandoah University

Spring-Ford softball player Danielle McNeill has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Shenandoah University, where she will major in exercise science. McNeill is seated center with, standing from left, assistant coach Shawn Corropolese, coach Tim Hughes, mother Donna McNeill and father Michael McNeill.

Madison Walsh, Softball, University of Hartford

Spring-Ford softball player Madison Walsh has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at the University of Hartford, where she will major in exercise science. Walsh is seated center, with standing from left, assistant coach Shawn Corropolese, coach Tim Hughes, father Alex Walsh, brother Brayden Walsh and mother Gina Walsh.

Noelle Reid, Softball, Miami University of Ohio

Spring-Ford softball player Noelle Reid has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Miami University of Ohio, where she will major in statistics. Reid is seated center with, standing from left,
assistant coach Shawn Corropolese, coach Tim Hughes, father Eric Reid, sister Nadine Reid and mother Jennifer Reid.

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