Austintown athletes sign letters of intent
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Neighbors | Submitted.Austintown Fitch High School student Sabria Hunter signed her letter of intent to attend West Point Military Academy on Nov. 20.
Neighbors | Submitted.Austintown Fitch girls basketball team members surrounded senior Sabrina Hunter after Hunter signed her letter of intent on Nov. 20 to attend West Point Military Academy.
Neighbors | Submitted.Crowds appluaded as basketball senior Sabrina Hunter signed her letter of intent Nov. 20 to attend West Point next fall.
Neighbors | Submitted.Senior Sabrina Hunter posed with military veterans, and Tim Ryan, Hunter's military sponsor Nov. 20 after declaring her intent to attend West Point Military Academy in the fall.
By JESSICA HARKER
Two Austintown Fitch High School student athletes signed letters of intent.
Senior basketball player Sabrina Hunter signed her letter to attend West Point Military Academy on Nov. 20.
Ken Misik, a senior baseball player, also signed his letter of intent to Youngstown State University on Nov. 27.
Austintown Community Engagement Specialist Brittany Bueno said that both athletes were sought by multiple colleges.
“They are good students, star athletes, and generally good people,” Bueno said.
Bueno said that Hunter had more than a dozen division one scholarship offers and chose West Point after a visit there with her family.
Representative Tim Ryan, who is Hunter’s political sponsor, attended the event along with Senator Joe Schiavoni and a number military personnel.
Misik signed his letter during a ceremony at Austintown’s Rich Coppola Baseball Field.
Both students will attend their college of choice in fall 2019.