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Spring-Ford sees 13 athletes make college commitments

Spring-Ford High School had 13 athletes recently make their academic and athletic commitments. They are listed below with their sport and school. 

Jason Smiley, Baseball, Immaculata University

Spring-Ford baseball player Jason Smiley has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at Immaculata University, where he will major in business management. He is seated center with his father Scott Smiley, left, and mother Shirleen Smiley. Standing behind is head coach Jamie Scheck.

Bridget Sharkey, Softball, Shippensburg University

Spring-Ford softball player Bridget Sharkey has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Shippensburg University, where she will major in criminal justice. She is seated center with her mother Jenna Sharkey, left, and father Michael Sharkey. Standing from left are head coach Tim Hughes, her sister Katie Sharkey and her sister Megan Sharkey.

Tori Alexander, Tennis, Hampton University

Spring-Ford tennis player Tori Alexander has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Hampton University, where she will major in business. She is seated center with her mother Kantese Alexander, left, and father Michael Alexander. Head coach Todd Reagan is standing behind.

Katie Parker, Swimming, Monmouth University

Spring-Ford swimmer Katie Parker has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Monmouth University, where she will major in business. She is seated center with her father Rob Parker, left, and mother Tracy Parker. Standing from left are head coach Mark Agnew, her brother Colin Parker and club coach Ryan Kennedy.

Grace Kraft, Volleyball, Arcadia University

Spring-Ford volleyball player Grace Kraft has committed to continue her academic and athletic careers at Arcadia University, where she is undecided on her major. She is seated center with her mother Kristin Kraft, left, and father Jack Kraft. Standing from left are her sister Claire Kraft and head coach Josh McNulty.

Sean Morris, Running, Gwynedd Mercy University

Spring-Ford cross country and track athlete Sean Morris has committed to continue his athletic and academic careers at Gwynedd Mercy University, where he will major in business management. He is seated center with his mother Mandi Morris, left, and father John Morris. Standing from left are assistant coach Jack Kraynak and head coach Danielle Stauffer.

Shane Reynolds, Wrestling, University of Scranton

Spring-Ford wrestler Shane Reynolds has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at the University of Scranton, where he will major in kinesiology. He is seated center with his mother Leisha Reynolds, left, and father Trey Reynolds. Standing behind is head coach Tim Seislove.

Josh Brauer, Golf, Stevenson University

Spring-Ford golfer Josh Brauer has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at Stevenson University, where he will major in business administration. He is seated center with his father Dave Brauer, left and mother Sharon Brauer. His brother Zach Brauer is standing behind.

Aiden Hudon, Soccer, Hood College

Spring-Ford soccer player Aiden Hudon has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at Hood College, where he will major in special education. He is seated center with his mother Terry Hudon, left, and father Edmond Hudon. Standing from left are his sister Faith Hudon and head coach Brent Kissel.

Johnny Guimaraes, Soccer, Penn State University-Berks

Spring-Ford soccer player Johnny Guimaraes has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at Penn State University Berks, where he will major in international business. He is seated center with his mother Nivalda Guimaraes, left, and father Paulo Guimaraes. Standing from left are head coach Brent Kissel and his brothers Pedro Guimaraes and Felipe Guimaraes.

Walter Molishus III, Football, California University of Pa.

Spring-Ford football player Walter Molishus III has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at California University of Pennsylvania, where he is undecided on his major. He is seated center with his mother Sherri Molishus, left, and father Walter Molishus II. Standing from left are head coach Chad Brubaker and Sean Lawlor.

Stephen Brill, Football, Ursinus College

Spring-Ford football player Stephen Brill has committed to continue his academic and athletic careers at Ursinus College, where he will major in business. He is seated center with his mother Veronica Brill, left, and father Steve Brill. Standing from left are head coach Chad Brubaker, his sister Vianna Brill and brother Mason Brill.

James Begg, Footballl, Gettysburg College

Spring-Ford football player James Begg will continue his athletic and academic careers at Gettysburg College, where he will major in political science. He is seated center with his mother Cindy Begg, left, and father Jim Begg, right. Standing from left are head coach Chad Brubaker and his sisters Hannah Begg and Emma Begg.

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