Lions sign letter of intent

Seven LTHS student-athletes looking forward to college athletics

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Lyons Township High School senior student-athletes recently signed letters of intent to play their respective sports in college on National Spring Signing Day. Among the student-athletes are team captains, school-record setters, and state champions.

(Standing: left to right: Lily Stotz, Diving, Pepperdine; Xavier Armand, Track & Field, Grand Valley State; Katie Materick, Tennis, College of Wooster; Emily Henkel, Cross Country/Track, Davidson College; Bottom: left to right: Hanna Good, Water Polo, Mercyhurst University; Mary Kate Gannon, Swimming, Boston College; John Racanelli, Swimming, Carthage College.

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