Listed here are the Newport County athletes set to take their abilities to the collegiate degree

4 native highschool student-athletes signed a nation letter of intent to compete in a sport at an NCAA Division I college, and slew of others additionally put pen to paper in Could with plans to hitch Division III groups.

Others signed intent letters earlier within the college 12 months, whereas some didn’t signal a letter of intent but in addition will likely be taking part in a sport on the subsequent degree.

The latest Division I signees embody Portsmouth Excessive’s Colby Fahrney, Jack Cianciolo and Grace Boneu and Tiverton Excessive’s Emma Lopes.

Fahrney received the state indoor lengthy leap title as a junior and repeated this previous season. He constantly positioned among the many prime 5 finishers in dash occasions and the triple leap. He will likely be bringing his abilities to the US. Naval Academy.

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Cianciolo was an offensive powerhouse for the boys lacrosse group as he netted about 180 objectives in simply three seasons. He’ll convey that prowess to Manhattan School within the Bronx, New York.

Middletown Excessive College graduate Kate Stahl will play hockey at Manhattanville, a prime Division III program nationally.

As Cianciolo did for the boys group, so too did Boneu for the women lacrosse squad. She began off strictly as a purpose scorer and have become extra of a distributor/scorer in her last season. She’s going to play for Merrimack College in North Andover, Massachusetts.

Tiverton’s Lopes was an all-around athlete who started her sports activities season within the fall on the soccer pitch earlier than transferring indoors to the basketball court docket after which again out onto the lacrosse area within the spring. Lopes, a standout soccer goalkeeper, will thoughts the online for St. Peter’s College in Jersey Metropolis, New Jersey.

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The checklist of locals who we all know will likely be taking part in a sport in faculty follows. Anybody omitted is welcome to electronic mail sports [email protected] and fill us in.

Rogers Excessive College

Sophie Breitenbach, volleyball, Endicott School (Division III)

Donavan Wright, soccer, UMass-Dartmouth (Division III)

Corinne Pelletier, monitor and area, Husson College (Division III)

Luis Betancourt, monitor and area, Rhode Island School (Division III)

Kordell Tate-O’Brien, monitor and area, Rhode Island School (Division III)

Parker Brown, crusing, College of Rhode Island (Membership sport)

Donavan Wright of Rogers is set to join the football team at UMass-Dartmouth.

Donavan Wright of Rogers is about to hitch the soccer group at UMass-Dartmouth.

Franz Eliasson, monitor and area, Rhode Island School (Division III)

Jono Guinan, crusing, College of Rhode Island (Membership sport)

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Sophia Rey, crusing, Connecticut School (Membership sport)

Luc Lavigueur, baseball, College of Maine (Division I)

Portsmouth Excessive College

Colby Fahrney, monitor and area, US Naval Academy (Division I)

Jack Cianciolo males’s lacrosse, Manhattan School (Division I)

Grace Boneu, ladies’s lacrosse, Merrimack College (Division I)

Owen Malone, baseball, Massachusetts Institute of Expertise (Division III)

Taylor Barnaby, ladies’s soccer, Salve Regina College (Division III)

Emma Lopes, a three-sport athlete during her time at Tiverton High, will play soccer for Division I at St. Peter’s University.

Emma Lopes, a three-sport athlete throughout her time at Tiverton Excessive, will play soccer for Division I at St. Peter’s College.

Chris Chagnon, baseball, New England School (Division III)

Tom McGraw, soccer, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Division III)

Katie Spaner, monitor and area, Springfield School (Division III)

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Kaden Kluth, cross nation, monitor and area, American College (Division III)

Marcus Evans, males’s lacrosse, Salve Regina College (Division III)

Middletown Excessive College

Luc Guerin, males’s lacrosse, Wheaton School (Division III)

Kate Stahl, ladies’s hockey, Manhattanville School (Division III)

Ashley Ney, ladies’s basketball, Group School of Rhode Island (NJCAA)

Tiverton Excessive College

Emma Lopes, ladies’s soccer, St. Peter’s College (Division I)

Ethan Arruda, hockey, Roger Williams College (membership sport)

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