Winton Woods Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

Athletic Signing Ceremony

 

After consistent hard work on the field and in the classroom, Winton Woods City Schools is celebrating student athletes who signed letters of intent on Thursday, May 9, at an awesome ceremony. “Our district is proud to have been a part of these young scholars’ athletic journey and wish them the best as they continue at the collegiate level,” said Superintendent Anthony G. Smith. Warrior family, friends, and community members joined at the high school’s media center to honor them.

 

Signing letters of intent for lacrosse were Michael Addai, Mt. St. Joe; Nigel Akalanana, Mt. St. Joe;  Khajier Craddock, Wilmington College; Michael Hairston, Mt. St. Joe; Eddie Levett III, Wilmington College; and Dareon McGrone, Mt. St. Joe. Signing letters of intent for softball were  Leah Alexander, Miami University Hamilton; and Anne-Marie Nightingale, Miami University Hamilton. Signing letters for football were Jeremiah Brown, West Virginia State University; Rashaun Brown, Northwood University; Jalen Engleman, Hocking College; Jaylen Feltha, Kentucky Christian University; Tyquan Fleming, Kentucky Christian University; Marcellus Hughes-Brewster, West Virginia State University,  Raequan Prince, Highland Community College; and Jeri Velasquez, Highland Community College.

 

 

 

 

PHOTO CAPTION: Winton Woods High School’s student athletes honored at the Athletic Signing Day ceremony were (front, l-r) Dareon McGrone , Jalen Engleman, Tyquan Fleming, Leah Alexander, Anne-Marie Nightingale, Raequan Prince; (back, l-r) Jeremiah Brown, Michael Addai, Jaylen Feltha, Eric Fleetwood, Khajier Craddock, Michael Hairston, Marcellus Hughes-Brewster, Jeri Velasquez. Photo by Amber Strawser.





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