NEWTON, NJ – Newton High School student athlete Ashley Vanhoorebeke has signed a collegiate letter of intent to continue her soccer career at Bloomsburg University. At the Division II school Vanhooebeke plans to pursue a degree in exercise science.
Newton Student Athlete Signs Letter of Intent
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