Alder senior athletes commit to college athletics

(Posted Nov. 22, 2023)

The college commitments continue for Jonathan Alder High School seniors planning to play sports at the next level.

Chase Chopin, a senior at Jonathan Alder High School, signs his commitment letter to play baseball at Bowling Green State University next fall: (front row, from left) Chase’s sister, Taylor Chopin; mother, Dolly Chopin; Chase; father, Brad Chopin; (back) Craig Kyle, Jonathan Alder head baseball coach. Chase plans to major in business.
Garrett Roach, a senior at Jonathan Alder High School, signs his commitment letter to play baseball at Ohio Dominican University next fall: (front row, from left) Garrett’s father, Rob Roach; Garrett; Garrett’s mother, Shelly Roach; (back) Craig Kyle, Jonathan Alder head baseball coach. Garrett plans to major in sports management.
Greg Kennedy, a senior at Jonathan Alder High School, signs his commitment letter to play baseball at Lake Erie College next fall: (front row, from left) Greg’s sister, Ellen Kennedy; mother, Tonia Kennedy; Greg; Greg’s father, Nick Kennedy; (back) Craig Kyle, Jonathan Alder head baseball coach. Greg plans to major in mathematics.
Peyton Heiss, a senior at Jonathan Alder High School, signs his commitment letter to play basketball at Mount Vernon Nazarene University next fall: (from left) Peyton’s mother, Andrea Heiss; Peyton; Peyton’s father and Jonathan Alder’s assistant basketball coach, Scott Heiss; (back row) David Urban, Jonathan Alder assistant basketball coach; Peyton’s siblings, Austin and Quinn Heiss; and Derek Dicke, Jonathan Alder head basketball coach.
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