Plum graduates set to continue pursuits in college
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Members of the Plum High School Class of 2013 took one of the most important walks of their lives last week as they accepted their diplomas on the stage at Mustangs Stadium.
A number of students from that group of more than 300 will be taking additional important steps soon, as they will continue their education and athletic pursuits at area colleges and universities.
The Plum graduates will take part in sports from baseball and football to swimming and cheerleading.
Those graduated student-athletes are Zac Manuppelli, baseball, South Carolina, Upstate; David Cross, baseball, Waynesburg; Kyle Dawson, baseball, Waynesburg; Jay Major, basketball and baseball, CCAC; Janel Moriarity, cheerleading, Duquesne; Rachel Sunday, cheerleading, Penn State; Adam Molinaro, cross country and track, St. Vincent College; and Anna Mazur, dance/cheer team, Kent State.
Also taking part in collegiate sports activities are Cory DeLoach, football, Notre Dame College in Ohio; Dylan Kondis, football, Mercyhurst; Tevin Odom, football, Waynesburg; Jake DiGuilio, football and wrestling, Waynesburg; Andrew Walters, ice hockey, University of Pittsburgh; Bryan Parker, soccer, Slippery Rock University; Adrianna Workman, softball, St. Vincent College; Lyndi Gareis, softball, Waynesburg; and Mia Pietropola, swimming, Penn State-Behrend.
Pursuing athletics in college include Luke Frederick, swimming, Edinboro; Channing Nolan, swimming, Virginia Military Institute; Julie Lester, tennis, Penn State-Behrend; Matt Dombrowski, track and field, Robert Morris; Eric Arrow, track and Field, California University of Pennsylvania; Matt Shepherd, volleyball, Penn State-Behrend; Alyssa Samarco, volleyball, Penn State-Behrend; Maria Daugherty, volleyball, Penn State-New Kensington; and Danny Szurley, volleyball and swimming, Penn State-Behrend.
Michael Love is a staff writer with Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-388-5825 or at email@example.com.
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