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9 Lower Dauphin student-athletes ready for college as they sign letters of intent

Posted 11/22/17

Nine Lower Dauphin student-athletes announced their college choices at a letter of intent signing ceremony in the school cafeteria on Wednesday, Nov. 8.

Kayla Hoffer, archery

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9 Lower Dauphin student-athletes ready for college as they sign letters of intent

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Nine Lower Dauphin student-athletes announced their college choices at a letter of intent signing ceremony in the school cafeteria on Wednesday, Nov. 8.

Kayla Hoffer, archery

The daughter of Tim and Leslie Hoffer, Kayla was 13th in the IBO World Championships in 2016 and ninth in 2015. In 2014, she was third at Indoor Nationals FITA-style. In addition to archery, she is a member of several national honor societies, is a buddy in Special Olympics, and is a mentor in Lower Dauphin’s Outdoor Education program. She will attend Pennsylvania College of Technology and study in their physician’s assistant program.

Thomas Bramley, baseball

The son of Harry and Karen Bramley, Thomas was a first-team divisional all-star in the Mid-Penn Conference Keystone Division last season  and was an honorable mention in the 2016 campaign. He also plays ice hockey. He will attend Mount St. Mary’s University and major in criminal justice.

Connor Buggy, baseball

The son of Deb and Jim Buggy, Connor is an infielder for the Falcons. He is also the starting goalkeeper on the soccer team this season. He is a buddy in Special Olympics and with the Diamond Days baseball program. He will attend Mount St. Mary’s University to continue his academic and baseball career.

Derek Wyld, baseball

The son of Steven and Dani Wyld, Derek is a 2018 preseason All-American and was a Mid-Penn Conference all-star last season. He is a member of the golf team and was a district qualifier this fall. He is a member of the mini-THON committee. He will attend Hood College and major in computer science with a focus on cybersecurity and play baseball and possibly golf.

Amber Schweiger, basketball

The daughter of Melissa Turner and Troy Schweiger, Amber was a team captain as a junior and was a first-team all-star in the Mid-Penn Conference Keystone Division. She was an honorable mention all-star her first two seasons. She is involved in yearbook and as a buddy with Special Olympics. She will attend the University of Findlay as part of its preveterinary medicine program.

Tori Tredinnick, field hockey

The daughter of Dan and Dorian Tredinnick, Tori is an academic All-American in field hockey. She is a member of the softball team, is a buddy in Special Olympics and is a member of the National Art Honor Society. She will attend Queens University of Charlotte and major in exercise and sports science and continue her field hockey career.

Karina Long, field hockey/
track and field

The daughter of Chris and Kelly Long, Karina has District 3 gold medals in field hockey, long jump and triple jump. She is the school record-holder in both long jump and triple jump. She is a member of the yearbook staff and coaches youth field hockey and track and field. She will attend Lock Haven University to continue her education and compete in both sports.

Paige Hollinger, softball

The daughter of Michael and Carol Hollinger, Paige is an infielder, pitcher and designated hitter on the softball team, which was a three-time district and state qualifier. She is a member of several honor societies and volunteers with Special Olympics, Study Buddies and Relay for Life. She will attend Geneva College to major in biology and continue her softball career.

Softball, Hannah Swartz

The daughter of Robert and Doris Swartz, Hannah is a captain and four-year starter at catcher on the softball team, which was a three-time district and state qualifier. She is a member of several honor societies and is a mentor in the Study Buddies program. She will attend Mansfield University and major in biology while continuing her softball career.

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