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Freedom athletes to sign Thursday
Posted May 1, 2012 by Bill Ward
Updated May 1, 2012 at 03:07 PM
Freedom High athletic director Eli Thomas has announced the school is hosting a college signing ceremony Thursday morning at the school.
For starters, two football players are signing National Letters of Intent with Becker College in Massachusetts, quarterback/tight end Jonathan Economou and wide receiver/defensive back Devon Turner.
Becker is a Division III school in football and is a member of the Eastern Collegiate Football Conference.
From the Patriots’ boys soccer team, standout midfielder Michael Sacco is headed to Division II Eckerd College.
In baseball, infielder/pitcher Kyle Schindler and his brother, Eric Schindler, a catcher and utility player, are both headed to St. Petersburg College.
And on the Division I front, Patriots cheerleader Nicole Seybold will be signing with the University of Oregon.