Five Minisink Valley High School students have also signed Division II NCAA National Letters of Intent and are now positioned for success at their chosen schools next year.
Mia Macaluso, wrestling, East Stroudsburg University
Mia was a five-year varsity team member who placed fourth in the 2020 Section IX championships. She is also a three time USA National Team member is currently ranked second in the nation at the 127- pound weight class. Her coach is Kevin Gallagher.
John Mack, football, Bloomsburg University
Johnny was a captain who led the team in touchdown receptions the past two years. He was voted first team “845 Team” and also voted to the All-State Team. His coach is Kevin Gallagher.
Grace Pauls, wrestling, East Stroudsburg University
Grace is a three time Fargo All-American and two time USAW Folkstyle All American. She is currently ranked 11th in the nation by Flowrestling. Her coach is Kevin Gallagher.
Nicholas Picarello, wrestling, East Stroudsburg University
Nick was a team captain and a four-year starter. He is a four-time Section IX place winner and a two-time Section IX champion. He was voted the 2019 Section IX Championship Tournament’s “Most Valuable Wrestler.” His coach is Kevin Gallagher.
Kassie Ryder, soccer, East Stroudsburg University
Kassie was an integral part of the varsity soccer program for six years. She played forward and center midfield and scored over 40 goals, including the game-tying and the game-winning goal in the Section IX title game her senior year. Her coach is James Wiley.
“These seniors will continue to make Minisink Valley proud in their future athletic careers,” said Athletic Director Timothy Bult. “Thank you for your hard work and commitment to your chosen sport. Your work ethic and dedication to success will be the hallmarks of your future achievements. Congratulations and best of luck! Go Warriors!”