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Three Lima Central Catholic student athletes have decided to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.

Spencer Collins signs with Tiffin as his parents, teammates and coach Kevin Bruin look on.

Spencer Collins signs with Tiffin as his parents, teammates and coach Kevin Bruin look on.

Spencer Collins will play Tennis at Tiffin.  Collins said there were a lot of different schools that reached out to him but Tiffin was the one that reached out the most.  Collins added “They really showed me love when I came to visit and I think I can thrive there”.  Collins is looking towards concentrating in the classroom on finance and marketing.

Natalie Snider signs her letter of intent to play Volleyball at the University of Northwestern Ohio. Her teammates, parents and Coach Wes Horstman look on.

Natalie Snider signs her letter of intent to play Volleyball at the University of Northwestern Ohio. Her teammates, parents and Coach Wes Horstman look on.

Natalie Snider will stay in Lima and play Volleyball at the University of Northwestern Ohio. Snider plans on studying Medical Assisting at UNOH and is glad to still have a chance to play in college “I wasn’t sure on where I’d go to college but I wanted to continue playing Volleyball and UNOH was a good fit for me”  Snider wanted to stay close to home and visited UNOH earlier in the year and decided just recently to be become a Racer.

Senior Jamison Bradley signs his agreement to play football at Heidelberg. Looking on are members of the Football team, Coach Scott Palte and Bradley's mother, Lisa

Senior Jamison Bradley signs his agreement to play football at Heidelberg. Looking on are members of the Football team, Coach Scott Palte and Bradley’s mother, Lisa

Jamison Bradley will continue his football career at Heidelberg alongside fellow Thunderbirds Dru Edwards and Paul Holbrook.  “It was definitely a great process” said Bradley, who chose Heidelberg over St. Francis, and Cincinnati Christian, “Heidelberg was the one who pursued me the most and it was a great hunt, but I’m glad to be going to be a Student Prince”.  Bradley is looking at majoring in communications with a concentration on broadcasting.  “It’s definitely a blessing to play football at the next level and I want to thank god for that opportunity”

Congratulations to these three who have decided to continue their athletic and academic careers in college.

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