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Seven Boyertown athletes make college commitments

Boyertown seniors Gavin McCloskey (boys soccer), Stephen Cisik (baseball), Shayne Horrocks (baseball), Christopher Davis (baseball), Kasey Fox (girls lacrosse), Olivia Schmid (girls lacrosse) and Carter Watts (boys lacrosse) announced their college decisions earlier this week.

Shayne Horrocks, Baseball, Lock Haven University

Boyertown senior third baseman Shayne Horrocks has given a verbal commitment to continue his academic and athletic careers at Lock Haven University, where he will major in business administration. He is pictured with father Brian Horrocks.

Christopher Davis, Baseball, Stevens Institute of Technology

Boyertown senior shortstop Christopher Davis, right, has given a verbal commitment to continue his academic and athletic careers at Stevens Institute of Technology, where he will major in finance. He is pictured with his father William Fritz.

Stephen Cisik, Baseball, Misercordia University

Boyertown senior pitcher Stephen Cisik, center, has given a verbal commitment to continue his Academic and Academic Career at Misercordia University, where he will major in business and marketing. He is pictured with his parents Mark Cisik and Jill Hafer.

Gavin McCloskey, Boys Soccer, King’s College

Boyertown senior boys soccer player Gavin McCloskey, seated center has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at King’s College, where he will major in finance. The Bears’ cener back was team MVP in 2018. He is pictured with his parents John and Lauren McCloskey, seated, and Boyertown coach Mark Chambers, standing.

Kasey Fox, Girls Lacrosse, Alvernia University

Boyertown senior girls lacrosse goalkeeper Kasey Fox signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her academic and athletic careers at Alvernia University, where she will major in nursing. Kasey is pictured with her parents Neil and Lisa Fox.

Olivia Schmid, Girls Lacrosse, Moravian University

Boyertown senior girls lacrosse defender Olivia Schmid signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her academic and athletic careers at Moravian University, where she will major in accounting. She is pictured with her parents Tara and Erik Schmid.

Carter Watts, Boys Lacrosse, Washington and Jefferson University

Boyertown senior boys lacrosse attacker Carter Watts has verbally committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at Washington and Jefferson University, where he will major in business management. Carter is pictured with his parents Seth and Elise Watts, seated, and coach Grady Wise.

 

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