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21 Penn student-athletes sign collegiate letters of intent

Penn High School had a strong display of talent on November 11, when 21 student-athletes gathered on “early signing day” to meet the press and formally announce their college plans.


Representing eight varsity sports, these seniors have accepted offers to continue their academic and athletic careers at colleges and universities across the nation.

“The athletic department is extremely proud of the 21 student-athletes who signed to play at the next level,” Penn High School athletic director Aaron Leniski said. “They have shown a true dedication to excelling in the classroom as well in their sport.  This is the result of a commitment to excellence on behalf of our students, parents, teachers, and coaching staff.  To have this number of athletes sign early is outstanding and speaks highly to the development of players in our sports programs.”

BASEBALL, coach Greg Dikos

  • Skylar Szynski                     Indiana

 

BOYS BASKETBALL, coach Al Rhodes

  • Trey Burns                         Bethel

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL, coach Kristi Kaniewski-Ulrich

  • Camryn Buhr                      Lehigh
  • Claire Carlton                     Univ. of Indianapolis
  • Lindsay Chrise                    Tennessee-Martin
  • Delaney Jarrett                   St. Mary’s of the Woods
  • Kaitlyn Marenyi                  American University

 

GIRLS GOLF, coach Dominic Demeter

  • Cassidy Jurkaites                Western Illinois

 

GIRLS SOCCER, coach Jeff Hart

  • Sydney Bright                       Holy Cross
  • Hannah Ehrhardt                St. Francis
  • MacKenzie Mason               Wittenberg
  • Kamra Solomon                  Furman
  • Jensen Stroinski                  IPFW

 

SOFTBALL, coach Beth Zachary

  • Alyssa Griman                     Illinois-Chicago
  • Halle Hixenbaugh               Boston College
  • Olivia Magaldi                      Wisconsin-Green Bay
  • Addison Pixley                     Valparaiso
  • Allie Piatt, travel team        Lewis

 

SWIMMING, coach Jess Preston

  • Kyle Morris                          Indiana

 

WRESTLING, coach Brad Harper

  • Drew Hildebrandt           Central Michigan
  • Kobe Woods                     Purdue

 

 

Standout pitcher Skylar Szynski looks
forward to playing for Indiana University.
IHSAA Mental Attitude Award winner Kamra
Solomon  is headed to Furman University. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In their remarks, students gave credit to their coaches and thanks to their parents, along with expressing excitement for what lies ahead.

Click here to access an in-depth article which includes photos, stats, and coaches’ comments on each of these outstanding students.