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Valley athletes sign National Letters of Intent

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Several Mahoning Valley athletes took advantage of the early signing period to sign National Letters of Intent with colleges.   Area athletes signing their letters on Wednesday, or over the next couple days, include:

Cali Mikovich - Fitch - Youngstown State - Softball

Megan Sefcik - Fitch - Akron - Basketball

Neco Maderitz - Girard - Robert Morris - Softball

Dominic Carano - Canfield - Youngstown State - Golf

Brooke Timko - McDonald - Kent State - Gymnastics

Taylor Miokovic - Poland - Eastern Illinois - Softball

Drew Beck - Mooney - Dayton - Baseball

Peyton Aldridge - LaBrae - Davidson - Basketball

 

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