Spring-Ford signings: Costalas, Gensler, Goodrich, Hegedus, Heine, Hudak, Lindsay, Little, McNelly, Simmons, Skrocki, Wilchacky

Dean Costalas – Lacrosse – Providence
Spring-Ford’s Dean Costalas signs his national letter of intent to attend Division I Providence College where he will play lacrosse and pursue a political science degree. He is flanked by his mother, Billi Costalas, left, and sister Kasie Costalas, right. Standing from left, are his father John Castalas, as well as coaches Kevin Donnelly and Kevin Czapor. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)
 
Peyton Gensler – Lacrosse – Seton Hill
Spring-Ford’s Peyton Gensler signs his national letter of intent to attend Division II Seton Hill University where he will play lacrosse and pursue an entrepreneurship degree. He is flanked by his parents, Kristina and Scott Gensler. Standing, from left, are coaches Kevin Donnelly and Kevin Czapor. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)
 
Abby Goodrich – Basketball – Kutztown
Spring-Ford’s Abby Goodrich signs her national letter of intent to pursue a degree in secondary education and play basketball at Division II Kutztown University. She is flanked by her parents, Brad and Amy Goodrich. Standing is head coach Mickey McDaniel. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)
 
Gabrielle Hegedus – Volleyball – Sarah Lawrence
Spring-Ford’s Gabrielle Hegedus makes a verbal commitment to attend Division III Sarah Lawrence College where she will pursue a degree in film and play volleyball. She is flanked by her parents, Michael and Karen Hegedus. Standing is her brother, Michael Hegedus. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)
 
Julia Heine – Softball – Thomas Jefferson
Spring-Ford’s Julia Heine makes a verbal commitment to attend Division III Thomas Jefferson University where she will pursue a business degree and play softball. She is flanked by her parents, Dawn and Chris Heine. Standing, from left, are Scott Heine (brother), Cathy Kasparian (grandmother) and head coach Tim Hughes. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics
 
Ashley Hudak – Soccer – York College
Spring-Ford’s Ashley Hudak makes a verbal commitment to attend Division III York College where she will pursue a degree in sports communication and play soccer. She is flanked by her parents, Arlene and Ed Hudak. Standing, from left, are siblings Connor and Hailey Hudak. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)
 
Samantha Lindsay – Softball – Fairfield
Spring-Ford’s Samantha Lindsay signs her national letter of intent to attend Division I Fairfield University where she will pursue a degree in biology and play softball. She is seated next to, from left, Cece Lindsay (sister), Chuck Lindsay (father), Jen Lindsay (mother) and Charlie Lindsay (brother). Standing, from left, are coach Joe Ferguson, Sara Lindsay (sister) and head coach Tim Hughes. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)
 
Madison Little – Softball – LaSalle
Spring-Ford’s Madison Little signs her national letter of intent to attend Division I La Salle University where she will study chemistry and play softball. She is flanked by her parents, David and Kelly Little. Standing, from left, are McKenna Little (sister) and head coach Tim Hughes. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)
 
Mark McNelly – Baseball – New Mexico State
Spring-Ford’s Mark McNelly signs his national letter of intent to attend Division I New Mexico State University where he will pursue a criminal justice degree and play baseball. He is flanked by his parents, Kelley and Mark McNelly. Standing, from left, are head coach Jamie Scheck, Aydan McNelly (brother), Barb McNelly (grandmother), Luke Sullivan (uncle), assistant coach Ryan Souder. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)
 
Chase Simmons – Baseball – Millersville
Spring-Ford’s Chase Simmons signs his national letter of intent to attend Division II Millersville University where he will pursue a business degree and play baseball. He is flanked by his parents, Steve and Sue Simmons. Standing, from left, are coaches Jamie Scheck and Ryan Souder. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)
 
Jake Skrocki – Baseball – Kutztown
Spring-Ford’s Jake Skrocki signs his national letter of intent to attend Division II Kutztown University where he will pursue a career in finance and play baseball. He is flanked by his parents, Deb and Mike Skrocki. Standing, from left, are coaches Jamie Scheck and Ryan Souder. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)
 
Ben Wilchacky – Baseball – Millersville
Spring-Ford’s Ben Wilchacky signs his national letter of intent to attend Division II Millersville University where he will pursue a business degree and play baseball. He is flanked by his parents, Glenn and Elisa Wilchacky. Standing, from left, are head coach Jamie Scheck, Lauren Wilchacky and assistant coach Ryan Souder. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)