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This week’s signings and commitments
Posted May 22, 2012 by Bill Ward
Updated May 22, 2012 at 10:00 AM
Riverview:: Cross country and track standout Michael Babinec is signing with the University of South Florida. Sharks baseball standouts Chris Gauthier, Derek Jeffery and Justin Rose are all signing with Webber International University in Babson Park.
Robinson:Knights football players Malcolm Hubbert, a running back, signed with Baldwin-Wallace College, a Division III school in Berea, Ohio, while wide receiver/defensive back Ethan Kindle signed with Heidelberg University in Tiffin, Ohio.
Strawberry Crest:Cross country and track star Trixi May Menge, the Crest’s No. 1 distance runner, has signed with Stetson University. She was also seriously considering St. Leo University and the University of Tampa but went with the Hatters, a Division I program in DeLand.
Tampa Bay Tech:Offensive lineman Tampa Bay Tech Caleb Tucker (6-4, 270) has accepted a preferred walk on at USF and offensive lineman Donald Clarke (6-3, 270) has signed to play at Division III school Becker College in Massachusetts. TBT has now sent eight football players to play in college, the most in recent years, Titans coach Jayson Roberts said.
Photo: Robinson’s Malcom Hubbert, front row, left, and Ethan Kindle sign letters of intent with principal Johnny Bush, standing, left, athletic director Marcia Monk, center, and Knights football coach Mike DePue.