LHS starts new signing day tradition

London High School students prepare to sign letters of intent to play sports in college: (from left) Alana Kramer, Natalie Zabloudil, Allie Moore, Raighen Combs, Alonte Hewston, Sean Johns, Elijah Mitchell, and David Stukey.

(Posted Feb. 7, 2023)

The London City Schools athletics department has launched a new tradition of recognizing student-athletes who have accepted opportunities to compete in sports at the college level. The recognition takes place in front of the entire student body.

The district held its first all-school signing ceremony on Feb. 1. The event coincided with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) signing period. Additional signings will take place throughout the school year, coinciding with the NCAA signing calendar.

Eight London high school seniors signed letters of intent accepting college athletic offers during the Feb. 1 event:

• Alana Kramer–The Ohio State University, rowing;
• Natalie Zabloudil–William Patterson University, volleyball;
• Allie Moore–Ohio Christian University, volleyball;
• Raighen Combs–Clark State Community College, volleyball;
• Alonte Hewston–Ohio Dominican University, football;
• Sean Johns–Ashland University, football;
• Elijah Mitchell–Ashland University, football; and
• David Stukey–University of Tennessee-Martin, track and cross country.

The new tradition is related to the district’s goal of helping all students achieve individual success. The district plans to hold its next all-school signing ceremony on April 14.

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