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Bel Air High Students Sign Letters of Intent

Three students at Bel Air High School recently signed letters of intent to play sports in college.

As the end of the school year draws near, local high school seniors are looking to their futures and for at least three students that future includes college sports.

Bel Air students Emily Gryglewski, Kelsey Jenkens and Ben Mayforth recently signed letters of intent to play sports at three different universities.

Emily plans to attend Christopher Newport University in Virginia in the Fall to play field hockey.

Kelsey, who also plans to play field hockey in the Fall, will stick a little closer to home at Towson University.

Ben will make the trek to University of Missouri in the Fall to play on the Mizzou Wheelchair Basketball Team. Mizzou Wheelchair Basketball represents the University of Missouri in the Central Intercollegiate Division of the National Wheelchair Basketball Association, according to a release from Bel Air High School.

Do you know these students? Post an encouraging word below to start the conversation. Know of other accomplished high school seniors? Email kirsten.dize@patch.com to share their stories.

Leslie Schildgen June 01, 2012 at 02:26 PM
how about letters of intent to get jobs and pay taxes
CB9678 June 03, 2012 at 03:03 AM
Most collegiate athletes do that upon graduation from college!!!!!
bpositive June 04, 2012 at 03:52 PM
These kids should be encouraged and praised for their hard work, they deserve it. Well done!
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