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Lower Dauphin student-athletes announce decisions for college

Posted 2/13/19

Seven Lower Dauphin High School student-athletes announced their decision to continue their academic and athletic careers at colleges and universities Feb. 6.

In a National Letter of Intent …

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Lower Dauphin student-athletes announce decisions for college

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Seven Lower Dauphin High School student-athletes announced their decision to continue their academic and athletic careers at colleges and universities Feb. 6.

In a National Letter of Intent signing day ceremony in the school cafeteria, the student-athletes made their announcements before parents, coaches, teachers and classmates.

Baseball

Jarek Bacon: The son of Pam and John Bacon, he is a four-year member of the baseball and hockey teams and played football his freshman year. In baseball, he is a Mid-Penn Conference Keystone Division all-star. He will attend Misericordia University in Dallas, Pennsylvania, where he will continue his baseball career and major in special education.

Jordon Spagnolo: The son of Sue and John Spagnolo, he has played baseball on community teams for more than 13 years. He will attend Wesley College in Dover, Delaware, where he plans to major in physical therapy.

Cross country/track and field

Sydney Koons: The daughter of Stephen and Dawn Koons, she is a four-year member of the cross country and track and field teams, was a three-year member of the swimming team, and participates in indoor track. She was captain of the cross country team for two years and is a two-time all-conference runner. She will attend Bloomsburg University in Bloomsburg, where she will continue her athletic career and major in nursing.

Football

Kyler Wuestner: The son of Lynn and David Wuestner, he is a four-year member of the football and wrestling teams. He was a two-time first-team Mid-Penn Conference Keystone Division all-star in football and a three-time first-team divisional all-star in wrestling. He will continue his educational and football career at East Stroudsburg University in East Stroudsburg, where he plans to major in health and physical education.

Soccer

Blake Cassel: The son of Jacqueline and Greg Cassel, he is a member of the soccer, basketball and volleyball teams at Lower Dauphin. He was a first-team Mid-Penn Conference Keystone Division all-star in soccer. He plans to attend Juniata College in Huntingdon, where he plans to continue his soccer career and major in biology.

Jacquelyn Endy: The daughter of Mike Endy and Angela Holliinger, she is a three-year member of the girls soccer team and also played club soccer her entire high school career. She also participates in indoor track and is a four-year member of the track and field team. She plans to continue her soccer career and education at Concord University in Athens, West Virginia, where she will major in biology with a pre-med track.

Swimming

Alec Burger: Alec is the son of Eric and Jamie Burger. He is a four-year member of the swimming team and a two-year member of the volleyball team. He is a three-time Mid-Penn Conference and District III qualifier. He will continue to swim at Shippensburg University, where he will major in special education.