Twelve Palmer Trinity seniors signed to play college sports

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    Twelve Palmer Trinity seniors signed to play college sports
    Twelve Palmer Trinity seniors proudly display their signed commitments, ready to embark on their collegiate sports journeys.

    Palmer Trinity School (PTS) announced at its College Signing Ceremony on Apr. 29 that 12 of its seniors will continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level, tying the school’s record from 2019.

    The list of student-athletes includes:
    Brayden Benesch, sailing, studying economics at Tufts University, Boston;

    Maria Camposano, track and field, studying chemistry/pre-med track at Brown University, Providence, RI;

    Michael Kourakos, rowing, studying business at Northeastern University, Boston;

    Jade Leon, basketball, studying quantitative biosciences and engineering at Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO;

    Mackenzie Metka, soccer, studying psychology at Suffolk University, Boston;

    Daniella Perez-Cartaya, cross country/track and field, studying biochemistry and business management at Amherst College in Amherst, MA;

    Noelani Sadler, track and field, studying neuroscience at Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA;

    Henry Stark, cross country/track and field, studying communications at Appalachian State University, Boone, NC;

    Stone Stroud, football, studying sports administration at the University of Miami;

    Gregory Tindle, track and field, studying biology at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA;

    Ethan Vanzant, football, studying ethical leadership at St. Thomas University, Miami Gardens, and

    Andres Williams, football, studying marine biology/pre-vet track at the University of Miami.

    “We wish our Class of 2024 student-athletes all the best as they pursue both their academic and athletic endeavors,” said Patrick Roberts, head of school. “We are proud of them and look forward to seeing how they progress in their respective sports.”

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