Student-athletes

Pictured in front from left are Kalle Hotes, Autumn Chorba and Emily Hadler. In back are Austin Schuck, Bryce Profitt, Dane McNulty and Cooper Hrabak.

Seven Highland High School student-athletes signed their commitment letters Feb. 12 to attend and play sports for their chosen college or university.

Congratulations to the following seniors:

• Austin Schuck will attend Baldwin Wallace University where he will play football and study either engineering or business. He is the son of Jonathan and Sherrie Schuck of Sharon Township.

• Autumn Chorba will attend Muskingum University and play softball. She plans to study pre-physical therapy. She is the daughter of Gary and Andrea Chorba of Granger Township.

• Bryce Profitt will attend the University of Akron where he will play football and study business management. He is the son of Scott and Laura Profitt of Sharon Township

• Cooper Hrabak will attend Methodist University in North Carolina and join its golf team. He plans to study professional golf management. He is the son of Ed and Tiffany Hrabak of Granger Township.

• Dane McNulty will join the football team at Baldwin Wallace University and study finance/business. He is the son of Kevin and Marissa McNulty of Hinckley Township.

• Emily Hadler will play tennis for the University of Findlay and major in exercise science. She is the daughter of Gary and Elizabeth Hadler of Granger Township.

• Kalle Hotes will play soccer for Otterbein University and major in finance. She is the daughter of Mark and Janel Hotes of Montville Township.

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