Article: Carson Wohlers commits to Paul Smith’s College XC

Carson Wohlers commits to Paul Smith’s College XC

Coach Glor and Principal Wilson congratulate Carson and his dad

Churchville-Chili High School Saints cross country runner Carson Wohlers has signed a National Letter of Intent to compete for the Paul Smith’s College Bobcats cross country team next fall. Paul Smith’s is part of the Yankee Small College Conference (YSCC), a Division II conference in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association.
“Carson has been a strong varsity cross country competitor for all four years of high school,” said Churchville-Chili’s Athletic Director Michael Murray. “He is a very hard worker and role model. Not only has he become an excellent runner, Carson is a leader who is actively engaged in many school activities, including singing and performing in several school musicals. He is also involved in the community through Boy Scouts and his church. He is respected by teammates and has always demonstrated good sportsmanship. I am proud of what he has done and excited for him to move on and run in college.”
Saints Cross Country Coach Paul Glor said, “Carson is an acknowledged team leader. He continued to improve each season and is excited to compete at the college level. Based on his race performances in high school, he can be counted upon to contribute to his college team as a scoring runner.”
Wohlers plans to major in environmental science at Paul Smith’s College, located in the Adirondack Park in upstate New York, which is known for its hands-on degree programs in natural sciences, sustainability and forestry. The Churchville-Chili senior is the son of Bridget and Scott Wohlers.

Feature photo: Cross country runner Carson Wohlers prepares to sign his Letter of Intent for Paul Smith’s College.

This page: XC coach Paul Glor (left) and Principal Scott Wilson congratulate senior Carson Wohlers (right) with father Scott Wohlers.

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