St. Pius X student-athletes ink college Letters-of-Intent

St. Pius X student-athletes ink college Letters-of-Intent

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St. Pius X student-athletes ink college Letters-of-Intent

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ATLANTA — St. Pius X Catholic High School had seven senior student-athletes sign national letters-of-intent to further their careers in college in the fall signing period that ended Wednesday, November 20. All seven will be attending NCAA Division I institutions, the highest level of intercollegiate competition.

Leah Hardeman (Clarkston) signed to play volleyball at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, SC. Nick Harris (Dacula) and Jasmine Carter (Dacula) inked letters to play basketball. Harris will attend the College of Charleston, while Carter will matriculate to the University of Georgia. Peter Zyla (Alpharetta) will play baseball at Duke University and teammate Grant Williams (Dunwoody) will attend Kennesaw State University. The swim program will send two student-athletes to the University of Georgia in Gunnar Bentz (Atlanta) and Basil Orr (Atlanta).

St. Pius X, an archdiocesan high school, provides a college preparatory education for the formation of the mind, body and spirit of each student in accordance with the teachings of the Catholic Church.

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Photo Winter Signings: (L-R) St. Pius X Principal Steve Spellman, Jasmine Carter, Leah Hardeman, Nick Harris, Peter Zyla, Grant Williams, St. Pius X Athletic Director Mark Kelly (Credit: St. Pius X Communications)

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