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Three Students Commit to Playing Sports in College

Three Students Commit to Playing Sports in College

On Wednesday, November 9, three student-athletes signed national letters of intent to play sports at the collegiate level.  

"Signing Day is one of my favorite days of the year. It's a day when a dream comes true for these students and their parents, when all the practices, the games, and the commitment you and your families have made are worth it," said Athletic Director Dennis Coyle. 

CJ Debra will play soccer at Youngstown State University, Tristen Davis will play lacrosse at Salisbury University, and Titan McMullen will play lacrosse at Capital University. All three students celebrated and signed their letters with their families, surrounded by students, faculty, and staff in the Carey Family Amphitheater.  

"What makes me proud of you isn't just that you've played your sport well, but I know that you'll represent Country Day well on and off the field," said Coyle. "I know all three of these students are well prepared to succeed in their sport and the college classroom." 
The school will host another Signing Day in the Winter and then recognize all senior athletes in the Spring. 

Click here for pictures from signing day.