Twenty-one student-athletes at Gloucester High School have committed to take their talents to the college level during Signing Day, which was held last Wednesday, April 20 in the GHS auditorium.
Taylor Hawkey, four-year cheerleader for competition and fall and winter sideline cheer squads, will be cheering in the position of back spot or side base at Christopher Newport University, where she will study criminal justice.
Three GHS field hockey players will continue to play in college. Alexis Adams, a three-year varsity player, will play for Longwood University while she studies biology. Aubree Dorsey, a four-year varsity player, will play for Converse University and will study psychology and clinical mental health. And Kailee Morris, a two-year varsity player, will also play for Converse University where she will study art and business.
Two members of the GHS football team have also committed to colleges. Austin Cunningham will play for Hampden-Sydney College, where he will st...
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