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    Seniors Commit to Playing Collegiate Sports

  • In a ceremony surrounded by family members and staff, six Oyster Bay High School seniors formally signed Letters of Intent to play sports at the collegiate level. Basketball player Anthony Reilly will head to Rensselaer Polytech Institute to play for the Division III Engineers. Soccer player Dennis Mejia and field hockey player Danica Roerden will play their sports for the Division II Lions at Molloy College. Boys Lacrosse player Bradley Beck will lend his skills to the Division II Pioneers at Long Island University. For Girls Lacrosse, Maggie Frankel will join the Generals at Washington & Lee University and Emily Vomvas will play for the Sagehens at Southern California’s Pomona College. Both are Division III teams.

     “We are thrilled to see these athletes who have shined on the playing field here in Oyster Bay commit to playing their sports on the collegiate level,” said Mr. Kevin Trentowski, Director of Athletics, Physical Education and Health. “They will not only be great assets to their college teams next year, but will be assets to their chosen institutions. We wish them the best of luck in their college careers.”

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    Standing from left are Athletic Director Mr. Kevin Trentowski, K-12 Counseling Services Supervisor Ms. Sabrina Meehan, seniors Dennis Mejia, Anthony Reilly, and Bradley Beck, and Oyster Bay High School Principal Ms. Sharon Lasher. Seated, from left, are seniors Maggie Frankel, Emily Vomvas and Danica Roerden.

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