Stroudsburg athletes sign to compete in college


Nicole Sanzi and Helana Hunter, Staff Writer and Photographer

On Friday, May 18, Stroudsburg High School athletes signed off on their college careers. Success is bound to strike for these 15 dedicated students

“The commitment to athletics and academics is something that really caught my eye because it was a key part of what I was looking for in a school.” said football player Warren Watson, who will attend Ithaca College.

Hard work and dedication have paid off for these athletes as they continue to expand their horizons and seek new limits. SHS was lucky to have them walk through the doors.

The following students have chosen to continue their athletic endeavors at a variety of different colleges:

Colin Brady-Basketball-Molloy College

Ayanna Burrell- Track and Field- Bowling Green State University

Chad Dorst- Football- East Stroudsburg university

Jasmine Douglas Grant- Track and Field – Long Island University

Edwin Ferreras – Basketball- Penn State- Hazleton

Riley Gaita– Track and Field- DeSales University

Jeremiah Gutierrez– Football- Slippery Rock University

Micah Hargrove- FootballSusquehanna University

David Kutteroff- Football- Wilkes University

Colin Murphy-Wrestling-Ithaca College

Matthew Ortiz-Baseball-Marywood University

Melissa Salvadeo-Track and Field-Moravian College

Serena Shuler- Field Hockey-Cedar Crest College

Warren Watson-Football- Ithaca College

Nick Whitewood– Football- East Stroudsburg University