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  • Student-athletes at Fremd signed certificates that honor their letters of intent for NCAA Division I and II collegiate teams and athletic scholarships on Wednesday at the school. Bottom row from left to right are Kayleen Samuels, Christine Piasecki, Michelle Mottonen, Michelle Mazur, Amanda Matsumoto, Angela Kim, Breanna Anderson, Kelly Breen and Brian Jestice. Top row from left are coach Brian Newby, coach Steve Keller, coach Jim Weaver, coach Christine Vlaming, coach Andrew Kittrell, coach Mark Anderson, coach Joe Marcin and coach Chris Piggot.

      Student-athletes at Fremd signed certificates that honor their letters of intent for NCAA Division I and II collegiate teams and athletic scholarships on Wednesday at the school. Bottom row from left to right are Kayleen Samuels, Christine Piasecki, Michelle Mottonen, Michelle Mazur, Amanda Matsumoto, Angela Kim, Breanna Anderson, Kelly Breen and Brian Jestice. Top row from left are coach Brian Newby, coach Steve Keller, coach Jim Weaver, coach Christine Vlaming, coach Andrew Kittrell, coach Mark Anderson, coach Joe Marcin and coach Chris Piggot.
    Photo courtesy Fremd High School

  • Six athletes from St. Viator committed to a future in college athletics by signing letters of intent on Wednesday. Front row, from left to right are Patrick Martin, Harry McCollum and Hugh Masterson. Back from from left are Peter Trunk, Mayo Arogundade and Gunnar Kay.

      Six athletes from St. Viator committed to a future in college athletics by signing letters of intent on Wednesday. Front row, from left to right are Patrick Martin, Harry McCollum and Hugh Masterson. Back from from left are Peter Trunk, Mayo Arogundade and Gunnar Kay.
    Photo courtesy St. Viator

 
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Eclipse Select's 2013 signings featured several girls soccer players from the Chicago area, including Libertyville High School senior Abi Gearing (Tennessee Tech), Buffalo Grove senior Jackie Georgoulis (Kansas), Lakes senior Kara Morway (Illinois State), Fremd senior Michelle Mottonen (Texas Christian) and Fremd senior Cristina Mursuli (Mercer).

Fremd commitments:It's a bumper crop of Vikings who will be receiving aid to compete at the NCAA Division I or II level. Finalizing their futures Wednesday in a signing ceremony at the school were Breanna Anderson (swimming, St. Louis), Kelly Breen (cross country/track, Iowa), Brian Jestice (baseball, Evansville), Angela Kim (golf, Valparaiso), Amanda Matasumoto (softball, Charleston Southern), Michelle Mazur (softball, Georgia Southern), Michelle Mottonen (soccer, Texas Christian), Christine Piasecki (soccer, Clarke University), Kayleen Samuels (swimming, Ashland University).

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DiCarlo to North Central: Mario DiCarlo, a senior safety at BG last fall in coach Mike DiMatteo's first year with the Bison, has committed to furthering his education and playing football at North Central College in Naperville.

Lions signings: St. Viator had six athletes commit to college athletics Wednesday.

Running back Mayo Arogundade committed to play football at St. Joseph's College in Rensselaer, Ind.

Gunnar Kay committed to play baseball at Dallas Baptist University, and Patrick Martin committed to play baseball at Heartland Community College in Normal.

Hugh Masterson and Harry McCollum committed to play football at Georgetown University.

Peter Trunk committed to play lacrosse at Rutgers.

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