Methacton's Reddington, Marion, Henry headed to next level

Methacton senior Bryce Reddington, seated between parents Dana and Neil Reddington, signs a national letter of intent to continue his academic and wrestling career at Division I George Mason University during a recent ceremony at the high school that was also attended by Methacton head coach AJ Maida (standing). 
Bryce Reddington profile
High School: Methacton High School
Graduation Year: 2017
Sport: Wrestling
College Choice: George Mason University (VA)
Parents: Neil and Dana Reddington
Major Athletic Honors:3 year captain, 2x PIAA State Qualifier, 2016 SE Regional Champion, 2015 SE Regional 3rd, 2x PAC Champion, 2017 District Champion, 3x PAC All-League First team, 2017 PAC Outstanding Wrestler
Academic/community service: Youth wrestling coach
College Major:  Biology
Other schools under consideration: Binghamton, Bucknell, Pitt
Why did you choose this school? “It’s a great school that fits my prospective major. It also has a Division 1 wrestling program with great coaches and a team that I enjoy being around.”
Expectations for the upcoming freshman season: “I hope to get a starting spot on the team and do my part to contribute to the team’s success.”
Reflections on high school career: “I have built great relationships with my teammates and coaches around the league and have worked to get myself to a Division 1 program.”
 
Methacton senior Brendan Marion, seated between family members Paul Marion (Father), Kelliann Marion (Sister) and Donna Marion (Mother), makes a verbal commitment to continue his academic and wrestling career at Division III  Worcester Polytechnic Institute (MA) during a recent ceremony at the high school that was also attended by Methacton coach AJ Maida (standing).
Brendan Marion profile
High School: Methacton High School
Graduation Year: 2017
Sport: Wrestling
College Choice: Worcester Polytechnic Institute (MA)
Parents: Donna and Paul Marion
Major Athletic Honors:2017 PIAA State Qualifier; 2017 PAC Champion; 2016, 2017 District place-winner; 2016, 2017 All PAC team; 2015, 2016, 2017 District 1 All Academic Wrestling team; 2015, 2016, 2017 PIAA All Academic Wrestling team.
Academic/community service: Distinguished Honor Roll, Key Club and Student Ambassador
College Major:  Aerospace Engineering
Other schools under consideration:  Case Western, Purdue, Virginia Tech, U of Maryland.
Why did you choose this school? “I chose WPI  because of its hands-on learning experience and one of the best aerospace programs in the country.”
Expectations for the upcoming season: “To contribute to the WPI team by having a spot in the starting lineup or being the best practice partner possible to help my teammates improve.”
Reflections on high school career: “Wrestling at Methacton was a great experience. Over the four years I was here I have made lifelong bonds with all of my teammates. All of the hard work I put in and the obstacles I had to overcome helped me achieve my goals as a wrestler.”
 
Methacton senior Dylan Henry, seated between parents Jeff Henry and Aimee Henry, makes a verbal commitment to continue his academic and athletic career (football/possibly wrestling) at McDaniel College (MD) during a recent ceremony at the high school.
Dylan Henry profile
High School: Methacton High School
Graduation Year: 2017
College Choice:  McDaniel College (MD)
Parents: Jeff and Aimee Henry
Major Athletic Honors:Football  - All Conference Honors Selection - Pioneer Athletic Conference  2014, 2015, 2016.
Wrestling – All Conference Honors Selection – PAC – 2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2016-2017, PAC Champion 138 – 2016-2017, All District 1 Academic Team 2014-2015, 2015-2016, All State Academic Team – 2015-2016, Times Herald All Area Wrestling Team, NHSCA – (Team) Jr High National Champion / All American
Academic/community service: GPA – 96.95%, Class Rank 87 – top 20%, accepted into Honors College at 4 Universities.  Volunteer – Blood drive, school events, elderly care
College Major: Biology / Pre Med
Other schools under consideration:  Delaware, West Virginia, Penn State, Randolph Macon
Why did you choose this school?  “McDaniel is able to offer me the unique opportunity to play football, wrestle and achieve everything that I want academically as well.  They have a great campus and approximately 50 per cent of the students are student athletes, which is something that I really like about the school.”
Reflections on high school career: "Methacton was great for me!  I got to play 3 sports all the way through high school and at the same time it provided me an excellent academic pathway to the next level."
Other comments (people to thank): "I would like to thank all of my coaches (Coach Maida, Coach Lepre and Coach Ryan and all the great assistant coaches I have had, teachers and the Methacton Administration for a great high school experience!”