On Thursday, Five Centerburg Trojan Senior Athletes signed to play in College. Alex Hayden will be running track and cross country at the Mount Vernon Nazarene University. He said he chose the Naz because he lived close and it was christian based school. He said he will run cross country in the fall and Track in the winter and spring. He is heading to Regionals in 4×800. Hayden is 2 year old letterwinner in track and 3 year letterwinner in Cross Country.
Kelby Perry, will run track at MVNU. She does high jump and both high hurdles and 300 meter hurdles. She chose to go to the Naz because her sisters went there. She says that the 300 meter hurdles really test your endurance and it will help her at the next level.
Alex Johnson is going to St Mary of the Woods to play football in Indiana. He’s a three year letterwinner in basketball and 4 year letterwinner in football. He said he’s excited to go to school out of state. He said his head coach Andy Collela said he will have to work extra hard at the next level. He said coaches want him to play on both sides of the ball.
Dalton Hall is heading to Alma College a D3 college in Central Michigan to play baseball. Hall hopes to make an impact as a catcher his first year and beyond. He is also a 4 year letterwinner in golf and part of 3 straight golf championships in addition to being a 4 year letterwinner in baseball. He said he’s really enjoyed his senior season and looks forward to more tournament.
Mick Mead is the Valedictorian of the Senior Class and will be heading to the College of Wooster to play basketball. He is the reigning KMAC Player of the Year in basketball his Senior year to go along with Special Mention All Ohio in basketball. He’s a four year letterwinner in basketball and 3 year letterwinner in golf. He likes the atmosphere at Wooster and academics there. He said the coach at Wooster said nobody is guaranteed anything, but that Mead is one of the only point guards on the roster. He said wants to be coachable at the next level but that he grew alot in high school.