High school athletes nationwide made their college decisions official during National Signing Day on Feb. 5.Here is a list of reported south-Charlotte athletes who signed last week: Ardrey Kell: Corbin Daly, football, North Carolina (preferred walk-on); Kyle Murphy, football, North Carolina (preferred walk-on); Chris Mairson, football, Bridgewater College; Samantha Benson, swimming, Savannah College of Art & Design; Sydney Foreman, cross country/track, Notre Dame; Nathan Marder, soccer, Davidson. Butler: Isaac Stewart, football, Louisville; Brandon Long, football, Campbell; Demetrius Jones, football, Guilford; Chad Garrett, football, Marshall (preferred walk-on); Chris Hancock, track, Wingate; Taylor Burton, track, Lees-McRae; Katelyn Lliso, soccer, Wingate; Josh Sorenson, soccer, Wingate. Charlotte Catholic: Lindsey Tully, soccer, Appalachian State; Erin Duffy, soccer, Washington and Lee; Evan Georges, cross country, Appalachian State. Charlotte Christian: Jeb Blazevich, football, Georgia; Garrett Bradbury, football, N.C. State; Jean-Luc Cerza, football, Charlotte 49ers; Kaytlyn Gill, track, Appalachian State; Bo Hines, football, N.C. State; David Hogan, football, Washington and Lee; Jonathan Trull, football, North Carolina. Charlotte Country Day: Michael Brienza, swimming, Tufts; Jocelyn Purdie, cheerleading, Queens University of Charlotte; Nicole Wilson, track, Wake Forest; Will Kendall, soccer, Denison; Princess Sutherland, field hockey, Johns Hopkins; Hunt Blanchat, football, Denison; Michael Shields, football, Washington and Lee. Charlotte Latin: Cannon Clough, soccer, Charlotte 49ers; Nick Gardner, soccer, Denver; Christian White, track, Stanford; Jack Zollicoffer, soccer, Bucknell. Independence: Tony Adams, football, N.C. State; Isaiah Robinson, football, Wake Forest; Workpeh Kofa, football, Charlotte 49ers; Chris Wade, football, Furman; Chris Phipps, football, Limestone; Jameik Davis, football, Hutchinson; Colton Oliver, football, East Carolina (preferred walk-on); Joey Cohen, football, Greensboro College; Tayon Gleaves, basketball, Mount Olive; Johnathan Maxwell, soccer, Pfeiffer; Hunter Bracovec, swimming, Pennsylvania; Maddie Little, soccer, USC Upstate. Myers Park: Katherine Butler, tennis, Virginia Tech; Saadia Timpton, basketball, Davidson; Bryanna Hames, track, Elon; Virginia McNiel, soccer, Samford; Triston Frye, football, Campbell; Isiah Taylor, baseball, Pfeiffer; Shel Robinson, tennis, Sewanee; Kelsey Jervis, soccer, Washington and Lee; Suzanne Arant, soccer, Washington and Lee; Madeline Frank, track, Kenyon. Providence Day: Ben Huffman, track, Harvard; Jordan Watkins, basketball, Davidson; Meredith Clay, field hockey, William and Mary; Morgan Mosack, soccer, Appalachian State; Tomas Hilliard-Arce, soccer, Stanford. Providence High: Bianca Bishop, cross country, N.C. State; Wyatt Maxey, cross country, N.C. State; Olivia Bear, swimming, Florida Atlantic; Pierce Bradshaw, swimming, West Virginia; Hannah Croxton, diving, UNC Wilmington; Jared Kent, soccer, Charlotte 49ers; Austin Proehl, football, North Carolina; Matthew Jeiger, soccer, Elon. Rocky River: Brandon Armstrong, football, Winston-Salem State; Cordell Forrest, football, Elon; Marie Atwater, track, Appalachian State; Danny Dunning, baseball, Wingate. South Mecklenburg: Chase Scott, lacrosse, Catawba College; Milton Espinoza, soccer, USC Lancaster; Melissa Guerrero, soccer, USC Lancaster; Michael Smith, baseball, Johns Hopkins; Mitch Lowery, football, Washington and Lee; Brooks Kennedy, baseball, North Carolina; Harris Yett, baseball, N.C. State. Compiled by Corey Inscoe
Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014
South Charlotte athletes make college decisions official
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