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Somerville: Immaculata HS Athletes Sign Letters of Intent

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Pictured with Athletic Director Tom Gambino and Principal Jean Kline are student athletes, left to right, Noah Jordan, Stephen Dwyer, Jared Chambliss, Michael Golankiewicz and Michael Nee. Credits: Courtesy Immaculata High School

SOMERVILLE, NJ  - Six varsity athletes from Immaculata High School have signed letters of intent to attend and participate in college and university athletic programs next year.

The athletes are Noah Jordan, baseball, Franklin and Marshall; Stephen Dwyer, lacrosse, Wagner, Jared Chambliss, basketball, Millersville University, Michael Golankiewicz, baseball, Merrimack, and Michael Nee, baseball, Clarkson and Francesca Torraca, softball, University of Washington.

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