Student athletes sign letters of intent
Some students-athletes from Bellefonte Area High School have committed to playing a sport in college. They were honored at a letter-of-intent-signing ceremony on Nov. 18. Max Rogers was out of town and missed the event, but will be honored in the spring.
- Bobby Marsh: Baseball, Florida Atlantic University
- Lexi Rogers: Softball, James Madison University
- Zach Swanger: Baseball, Garrett College
- Max Rogers: Baseball, U. Pitt-Bradford
- Seth Shuey: Baseball, U. Pitt-Johnstown
Marsh plans to major in exercise science and health, Lexi Rogers will major in Kinesiology, Swanger aspires to study physical therapy or criminal justice, Max Rogers plans to major in forensic science and Shuey will major in business and enterprise.
“I would like to thank my parents and sisters for the endless support, my grandparents for always believing in me, Coach McCabe as well as all of my other coaches that have helped mentor me, and my dad for putting in countless hours of hard work and dedication to help me reach my dreams. I would also like to thank God for blessing me with countless opportunities, good health, and the ability to play the greatest game on earth.” - Marsh
“I would like to thank my coaches, teammates and family for all the support they have given me throughout the years. Thank you to my mom and dad for always giving me the opportunity and support to reach my goals. I couldn't have done it without them.” Lexi Rogers
“I would like to thank my family and coaches for helping me achieve this goal.” – Swanger
“I would like to thank everyone that has gotten me to this point in my life. The long journey has been an amazing one and I cannot thank everyone enough who has helped me get to this point.” – Max Rogers
“I would like to thank my parents and family.” - Shuey
*By Brit Milazzo, public relations director, BASD