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Perkiomen School has 5 make college commitments

The Perkiomen School had five student-athletes announce their Division I college destinations on Monday. Pictured from left are: TJ Khela, of Orefield, Pennsylvania, who will play baseball for the San Jose State Spartans; Cole Tucker, of Whitby, Ontario, who will play lacrosse at St. Bonaventure University; Ryan Dunn, of Long Island City, New York, who will play basketball at the University of Virginia; Drew Fleury, of Nashua, New Hampshire, who will play lacrosse for Merrimack College; and Xaivian Lee, of Toronto, Ontario, has committed to play basketball at Princeton University, along with former Panthers Keeshawn Kellman and Phil Byriel. “It is a tremendous accomplishment for our student athletes to reach this level of success and to be rewarded with the opportunity to continue playing in college,” Perkiomen School Head of School Mark A. Devey said in a release. “This is a proud moment for Perkiomen School athletics and for our community as a whole.”

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