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Falcons Commit to Collegiate Athletics

Group of seniors committing to collegiate athletics
Locust Valley High School recognized 18 seniors who signed letters of intent on May 29, committing to continue their athletic careers in college. These student-athletes have proved on and off the field that they are ready to take their academic and athletic abilities to the next level. 

“Sports are in the blood of each of these talented young men and women,” said Locust Valley’s Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics, Dr. Danielle Turner. She noted the actual number of high school athletes that move on to play at the collegiate level is very small, approximately 7% of all high school athletes, and Locust Valley has 18 athletes advancing their athletic careers.

“Obviously we know that each of these young men and women have a skill in their sport; however, without the necessary grades, many colleges would not even consider a potential recruit,” Dr. Turner said. 

Congratulations to the following student-athletes on their academic and athletic success, and good luck at your respective schools!

Sophia Alesi, SUNY Fredonia, Soccer
Gabby Angelone, University of New Haven, Soccer
Katherine Berritto, University of Chicago, Lacrosse
Gianna Ferrara, Marist College, Track
Anna Frashilla, Holy Cross University, Lacrosse
JP Grace, High Point University, Track/Cross-Country
Benjamin Lizza, Hartwick College, Football
Lindsay Miranda, SUNY Geneseo, Lacrosse
Stephen Proko, Adelphi University, Baseball
Matthew Resiger, Utica College, Football
Dana Salinas, SUNY New Paltz, Soccer
Erica Scheblein, SUNY Oswego, Field Hockey
Constatinos Siafakas, Concordia College, baseball
Frank Smith, Bryant College, Lacrosse
Colton Teitelbaum, Loyola University, Lacrosse
Chad Trainor, SUNY Morrisville, Football
Cooper Trepeda, Hofstra University, Lacrosse
Bethany Zekraus, Marist, Track