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Four Mercy High School athletes recently signed their National Letters of Intent to play college sports. Pictured are Adriana Kandro from Portland, Isabella Santoro of Durham, Samantha Chapps from Old Saybrook, and Mariana Terenzio of Killingworth. (Photo courtesy of Mercy High School )
Old Saybrook resident Samantha Chapps (front) with (back) Sr. Mary McCarthy, RSM, president of Mercy High School; Chapp’s parents, Kerri and Chris Chapps; her sister Kaitlyn; and Mercy Athletic Director and girls’ basketball Head Coach Tim Kohs. (Photo courtesy of Mercy High School )
Killingworth resident Mariana Terenzio (front) with (back) Sr. Mary McCarthy, RSM, president of Mercy High School; Terenzio’s parents, Peter and Erin Terenzio; and Mercy Athletic Director and girls’ basketball Head Coach Tim Kohs. (Photo courtesy of Mercy High School )
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On Nov. 9, four local athletes who attend Mercy High School in Middletown, including Old Saybrook’s Samantha Chapps and Mariana Terenzio from Killingworth, signed their National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Chapps will play Division II basketball at Southern New Hampshire University, and Terenzio will play Division II lacrosse at Notre Dame College in Ohio. Additionally, Mercy student Adriana Kandro of Portland signed her Letter of Intent to run track for Division I Holy Cross in Massachusetts, while Isabella Santoro signed to play Division II basketball at Stonehill College, which is also in Massachusetts.
Information courtesy of Mercy High School
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