Bolles student-athletes sign on to play in college

Bolles student-athletes sign on to play in college
Bolles student-athletes sign commitment papers to play in college

San Marco resident Davis Ellis and San Jose residents Layne Rivera and Izzy Kimberly were among 13 Bolles student-athletes honored during a special ceremony Feb. 3 for committing to a particular college or university to continue their athletic and academic careers. 

Family, friends, classmates, coaches, and faculty gathered in Davis Gymnasium on the San Jose Campus to celebrate their achievements. Athletic Director Matt Morris welcomed everyone, and several coaches introduced their respective athletes.

Ellis signed on to play football at the University of Pennsylvania. Also signing on to play football at the collegiate level were David Adewale at the United States Air Force Academy,

Justin Cayenne, also at the University of Pennsylvania, and Avery Epstein at Wabash College.

Kimberly was recruited to play women’s soccer at the University of Southern California.

Rivera signed a commitment to run both cross country and track and field at the United States Naval Academy. Also recruited to compete in track and field was Audrey Wuerffel for the University of South Florida.

Jaden Flowers and Burke Steifman were recruited to play baseball. Flowers will compete at Tallahassee Community College while Steifman will play for the University of Mary Washington.

Three student athletes will swim on college teams. Jose Lopez will compete for Brandeis University, while Marlie Rittenhouse will swim for University of Delaware and Lauren Thomas for Trinity College in Connecticut.

Ella Schellenberg will play volleyball for Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina.

The ceremony was the second of three college commitment ceremonies planned at Bolles this school year to recognize student-athletes as they commit to colleges. Eight Bolles student-athletes were honored on Nov. 11.

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