West Essex Senior Athletes Sign Letters of Intent to Continue at Collegiate Level

Pictured standing: HS Principal Caesar Diliberto and Athletic Director Anthony Minnella. Seated left to right: PJ Scheer , Peter Mouskourie and Dan Searle. Credits: Louise Fredo

NORTH CALDWELL, NJ — Three West Essex High School student athletes signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level.

Dan Searle will be going to Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania to play Football; Peter Mouskourie signed his Letter of Intent to play soccer in Fairleigh Dickenson University; and PJ Sheer will be playing football at Moravian College in Pennsylvania. All three had their families with them during the signing this week. 

The West Essex Regional School District wished all three good luck in their athletic adventures.




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