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NEW: Central Mass. Athletes Sign National Letters Of Intent

Thursday, February 07, 2013

 

St. John's of Shrewsbury cross-country star Jonathan Green will attend Georgetown University.

Wednesday was a special day for Central Mass. high school sports, as many student-athletes signed their national letters of intent.

Among them are:

Hopedale’s Audra Hampsch, who will attend Boston College on a field hockey scholarship.

Grafton’s David Steinmetz, who will attend the University of Rhode Island on a football scholarship.

Groton-Dunstable’s Rachel McCarron, who will attend UMass-Lowell on a basketball scholarship.

Notre Dame’s Meghan Sullivan, who will attend Assumption College on a field hockey scholarship.

Quaboag’s Thomas Jankins, who will attend Quinnipiac University on a baseball scholarship.

St. John’s of Shrewsbury’s Jonathan Green, who will attend Georgetown University on a cross-country scholarship.

St. Peter-Marian’s Zach Zona, who will attend UMass-Amherst on a baseball scholarship.

Wachusett’s Gabrielle Peloquin, who will attend the University of Maine on a soccer scholarship.

 

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