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Churchville-Chili athletes participate in college signing ceremony

Churchville-Chili athletes participate in college signing ceremony

 

Two dedicated Churchville-Chili senior athletes committed to competing at the collegiate level during a college signing ceremony, held on Tuesday, February 7, 2024 at Churchville-Chili High School. Students attended the ceremony with families and friends, representing their future college by displaying apparel and items from the school. 

The ceremony began with an introduction from Athletic Director Michael Murray. Coaches then introduced the athletes, detailing the student’s athletic accomplishments while at Churchville-Chili and their plans for the future. Students were invited to sign their National Letter of Intent in front of the crowd. 

Athletes who participated in the signing event include:

Olivia Hogan - St. John Fisher for Soccer    

  • Olivia is a three year varsity soccer player who has also participated on the unified basketball and unified bowling teams. As a sophomore, Olivia earned the Most Promising Saint Award. During her junior year, she was named to the Section V All Tournament Team while helping lead the team to a ranking of 20th in New York State and reaching the sectional finals. As a senior, Olvia was named the team’s Most Valuable Player, earned First Team All-County honors and was chosen to participate in the Exceptional Senior Game. She also served as captain of the team during her junior and senior years. She ended her soccer career at Churchville-Chili with a total of three goals and three assists.   

Andrew Berardicurti - Houghton University for Soccer

  • Andrew is a three year varsity athlete with 13 goals and 8 assists. He was selected for First Team All-County and Second Team All Greater Rochester as a senior this year, as well as Second Team All-County during his junior year. Andrew helped lead the Saints to win two Monroe County Division 2 titles in 2021 and 2022, and also led the Saints to the sectional finals in both his sophomore and senior years.  During his senior season, he helped lead the Saints to win the Section V Class AA title.  This was the Saints first Section V boys soccer title since 1990.

Congratulations to these talented student-athletes!