Jack Kinney of James Caldwell High School Signs Letter of Intent to Play Football for Susquehanna University

Jack Kinney, a 2014 graduate of James Caldwell High School, has signed to play football for Susquehanna University. Kinney is the 11th student this year to sign on for college play. Pictured with Kinney are (l to r) James Caldwell athletic director Rich Porfido, father Kevin Kinney, mother Claire Kinney, coach Ken Trimmer, and guidance counselor Lacey Rivlin. Kinney will play for Susquehanna University in the fall of 2014. Credits: Christine Corliss

WEST CALDWELL, NJ - Jack Kinney, recent graduate of James Caldwell High School, is the final student to sign a letter of intent to play college athletics for this coming fall.

Kinney’s high school football career is expansive, including holding the position of offensive player on the 1st Team All Super Essex Conference, 3rd Team All Essex County, MSG Varsity All State Honorable Mention wide receiver and a wide receiver for the 2014 N.J. North/South All Star Game.  Kinney is set to play for Susquehanna University in the fall.

Kinney joins the ranks of ten other classmates intending to play college athletics including Steve Brown, a three year letter winner and Harvey Lawshe Defensive Award recipient; David Burton, swimmer and NJ High School States Meet of Champions Qualifier and Michael Wasik, lacrosse player on a second team All Essex County 2013 and third team All Junior 2013 will both be traveling to Franklin and Marshall, respectively.

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Georgia Mergner was named to the U.S. Lacrosse All-Academic Lacrosse Team and will play for Trinity College;Joseph “Danny” McCarthy will play for Montclair University; Nicole Kinney, named to the second team in the Liberty Division Super Essex Conference will play for Drew University.

Joanne Carluccio, who placed third in high jump at the North 2, Group 2 Sectional Championship meet, committed to Richard Stockton College in the fall where she will be on the track and field team.  Andrew Canavan, a swimmer for the Chiefs and the Cyclones Swimming Team, will compete for Lycoming College.

Joseph Salter, football team captain and quarterback for the Chiefs will head to Princeton this fall and Joseph Galioto will play football for Montclair State University.

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