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Area athletes choose colleges during spring signing period

Bolles quarterback Ben Netting (12) outruns the Creekside defense for a touchdown during a game this season. Netting was one of the area's most recent signees, and one of two Bolles quarterbacks, to sign with a college during the spring signing period. Netting signed with Marist. (Ralph D. Priddy, Contributed photo)
Bolles quarterback Ben Netting (12) outruns the Creekside defense for a touchdown during a game this season. Netting was one of the area's most recent signees, and one of two Bolles quarterbacks, to sign with a college during the spring signing period. Netting signed with Marist. (Ralph D. Priddy, Contributed photo)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The spring signing period for high school athletes is here and dozens of area students have signed with college programs. A look at this athletes as provided by their high schools. This list will be updated.

For a glance at February non-football signings, see here. For February football signings, see here. For the Novemeber early signing period, see those athletes here. For the early December football signing period, see those signees here.

Bolles

Marley Barton, girls lacrosse, Sewanee; Alexander Bryan, boys crew, Embry-Riddle; Chris Commander, football, Washington and Lee; Colson Cronk, football, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy; Cate Haskell, girls crew, Princeton; Jack Hattery, boys swimming, University of Delaware; Stone Henderson, boys crew, University of California San Diego; Jeremiah Johnson, football, Keiser University; Jackson Kirk, boys swimming, Florida Atlantic; Ashley Khoo, girls swimming, George Washington University; Rayna Kuthiala, girls crew, Boston University; Sam Levin, football, Elon; Lauren MacGregor, girls lacrosse, Warren Wilson College; Alonso Munoz, boys soccer, Northeastern University; Ben Netting, football, Marist College; Will Netting, football, Marist College; Andre Parker, football, Monmouth College; Kenny Samuels, football, Oberlin College; Salma Shaalan, girls crew, Clemson; Kathryn Teofilo, girls diving, Kenyon College; Mario Vargas, boys crew, Embry-Riddle.

Camden County

Davon Baker, football, Methodist University; Amelia Brewer, girls soccer, South Georgia State College; Kent Garard, boys basketball, Eckerd College; Hunter Guarino, football, St. Andrew’s University; Connor Ingram, boys rifle, Georgia Military; Caleb Keaton, football, Albany State; Charles Morton, wrestling, Life University; Nathan Orum, wrestling, Indiana Tech; Virgil Radford, football, University of the Cumberlands; Nathan Santos, wrestling, Iowa Lakes Community College; Kennis Spead, football, Gordon State College; Logan Watson, football, Mount Union; Katelyn Willson, girls rifle, Georgia Military; Emily Wood, gymnastics, Rutgers.

Columbia

Lance Minson, baseball, Embry-Riddle; Hunter Thomas, baseball, Glenville State.

Christ’s Church

Tia Davenport, girls soccer, Lees-McRae; Aeden Sheehan, football, Valdosta State.

Eagle’s View

Michael Gebremedhin, football, Massachusetts Maritime Academy.

Fernandina Beach

Chase Boyd, football, Ohio Wesleyan; Katelin Richards, girls golf, University of Albany.

Mandarin

Sage Green, swimming, Barton College.

Middleburg

Cam Faucett, baseball, Fayetteville Tech Community College; Joe Justino, football, University of West Florida; Kayla Konnick, girls track and field, Florida State College at Jacksonville; Felicity Muncy, softball, South Georgia State; Tripp Rawlins, baseball, Edward Waters.

Nease

Abby Damon, girls tennis, Southeastern University; Isabel Matos, girls golf, Southern Wesleyan University; Tara McCaffery, softball, Eastern Florida University.

Oakleaf

Damian Rogers, boys soccer, Campbell.

Providence

Noah Adams, baseball, Queens University; Casey Hegan, baseball, Merrimack College; Steven Sexton, baseball, Tiffin University.

St. Augustine

Annie Messler, volleyball, Young Harris College.

West Nassau

Ethan Johns, football, Presbyterian; Malachi Moore, baseball, Edward Waters.

Wolfson

Clyde Holland III, football, Warner University; Ray Murphy, football, Methodist University.


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