Four outstanding prep athletes from Ascension Episcopal high school signed National Letters of Intent to play college ball.
Two Blue Gator baseball players signed on the dotted line.
Austin Arceneaux, a 4 year starter at catcher who caught every game the last 3 seasons, signed with Neosho County Community College in Chanute, Kansas.
He's a career .350 hitter in 98 games played at Ascension Episcopal School.
Right handed pitcher Sean-Michael Brady officially signed with McNeese State today. The 1st Team All-State performer was 5-0 last season in 38.1 innings
pitched, fanning 43 batters.
Hannah Mattke, a two-time first team All State volleyball players will play collegiately for Millsaps College in Mississippi.
As Ascension Episcopal's defensive MVP the last 3 seasons, she also played club volleyball for WD Nation out of Mandeville, helping the team win 3
Sophia Boatright is heading to Belmont Abbey in Belmont, North Carolina on a tennis scholarship.
A key contributor on the Blue Gators first ever Tennis State championship team, she continued to serve in that role as she's been a key member of the
4 consecutive state titles.
Boatright received the prestigious USTA Southern Sportsmanship Award in 2018 while competing in the USTA tournament.
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It'll be a family affair at Belmont Abbey, as Boatright's older sister Blair is there as well.