Seniors Sign with Good Intent

On April 28, four Shoreham-Wading River High School student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent. Family members and coaches joined with Shoreham Wading-River High School Principal Dan Holtzman and Mark Passamonte, director of health, physical education and athletics, to applaud the seniors for their outstanding accomplishments.

Gymnast Camille Drouin-Allaire will attend George Washington University in the fall. There, she will major in biomedical sciences. Camille has participated in club gymnastics with Gold Medal Gymnastics Center of Rocky Point under the instruction of coach Matthew Towers. “The life lessons I have learned through my participation in gymnastics will stay with me forever,” said Camille.  

Shortstop Brittany Mahan, who will be playing softball at Hillsdale College, is interested in pursuing a course of study in physical and sports therapy. Brittany has been a member of the varsity team throughout her entire high school career and credits her success to the wisdom and support of her peers. “I have learned from the great mentors on my team,” she said. “I will take the lessons I have learned from my teammates and use them to play at a higher level in college.”

Catcher and baseball team co-captain Jack Massa will be playing baseball for Canisius College, where he will study athletics and sports training. Jack attributes his positive experiences with the team to the guidance and instruction of coach Sal Mignano. “I couldn’t ask for anything more than what I have with this team,” said Jack. “It has been wonderful.”

Tyler Osik, third baseman for the school’s varsity baseball team, will be attending Coker College in the fall. The team co-captain aspires to develop his athletics skills and place himself on track to MLB. “Coach Mignano has really prepared me to play at the college level,” said Osik. “I look forward to what the future has in store for me.”