FLINT – More a dozen Catholic Powers athletes announced their choice of university by signing letters of intent Thursday afternoon in the school auditorium.
The Chargers traditionally hold their signing ceremony at the end of February rather on National Signing Day, as some players do not make their college picks until the end of the month. A second ceremony will take place in May.
In total, 14 athletes have signed with colleges and each of their coaches has said a few words about them.
Here is an overview of the players who signed, their sport and the university they will attend.
Mason Luebke, baseball, Waubonsee Community College
“Mason isn’t just a special baseball player, he’s a special guy,” said coach Tom Dutkowski. “He’s multi-talented, a great musician, a solid football player, a great bowler and he’s worked really hard in baseball. He has made tremendous progress …
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