Signing Day Celebrates SPFHS’ Senior Collegiate Athletes


Anthony Malta, Editor in Chief

Parents, students and coaches alike were in attendance for SPFHS Signing Day on April 12. 19 student-athletes across eight sports signed Letters of Intent and officially committed to the colleges and universities which they plan to attend. 


The ceremony was headed by Athletic Director Ryan Miller, who commemorated the student-athletes and introduced the coaches. 


Signing Day signifies the first step for senior athletes’ next four years and recognizes them for their accomplishments on and off the field. 


“Signing Day is such a unique experience that only some get to go through and I’m so happy I was able to experience it alongside other seniors,” Fairleigh Dickinson University Track and Field commit Nate Perrelli said. “It’s great to be recognized for [our] hard work.”