LHS salutes student-athletes during National Signing Day ceremony
We congratulate the six Loveland High School (LHS) seniors who signed national letters of intent Wednesday, Nov. 13, to further their athletic careers in college. Fellow classmates, teachers, coaches, staff and family members filled the LHS Media Center for the afternoon ceremony, cheering as each student signed his/her letter of intent.
“You could feel the excitement in the room,” said Julie Renner, district director of student athletics. “This is a special group of young people who have shown extreme focus both inside the classroom and in their respective sports – and they are each to be commended for their efforts.
“It was all the more special to have the entire Tiger Family present to support them. We are grateful to both the coaches who spend hours every week working with our young athletes to help bring them to this level of success, and the family members who also make it possible for these students to attend those hours of practice. Getting to this level is a reflection of dedication by multiple people, and we wanted to honor all involved.”
The six students include:
• Darby Maloney, Heidelberg, soccer
• Kate Ransdall, Ashland University, swimming
• Rachel Heath, University of Findlay, lacrosse
• Brad Clements, Coker College, lacrosse
• Tanner Griffin, Hofstra, lacrosse
• Brian McElveen, Robert Morris, lacrosse
Photo caption (L to R): LHS senior student-athletes Darby Maloney, Kate Ransdall, Rachel Heath, Brad Clements, Tanner Griffin and Brian McElveen during the National Signing Day ceremony at the LHS Media Center.