20 student athletes at Cox High School sign up to play college sports

February 11, 2019

Cox High School hosted its National Signing Day last week and here are the student athletes' names, their sport and at what school they signed up with to play:

 

Duncan O'Brien, Randolph-Macon, lacrosse; South Trimble, George Mason University, baseball; Samantha Zywna, University of Maryland, field hockey; Taylor Schoolar, Christopher Newport University, lacrosse; Kavon James, University of Lynchburg, basketball; Tayvion Robinson, Virginia Tech, football; Jackson Morgan, USMMA, football; Jeremy Herslow, Bridgewater, football; Clay Obara, James Madison University, soccer; Simon Falck, Old Dominion University, soccer; Cam Wallace, Christopher Newport University, baseball; Gracie Slevin,  Gettysburg College; soccer; Mikaela Hardy, Christopher Newport, soccer; Abbey Frey, Rollins College; swimming; Jessica Miller, Roanoke College; volleyball; Leno Lester, Glennville State College, football; Cullen Lyons, Hampden Sydney, football; Rachael Humphrey, Mary Washington University, volleyball; Nicolas "Demitri" Matenopoulos and Odeseion Burks, Shenandoah University, football.

 

(Information and photos contributed by Virginia Beach City Public Schools.)

 

Various Cox High School athletes signed up for their chosen sport, for their respective colleges and universities, they will attend in the fall.

 

Senior Kavon James, center, with his parents, after Cox High School's national signing day ceremony. He plans to play basketball at the University of Lynchburg.

 

Surrounded by her family, senior Gracie Slevin, front center, 

plans to play soccer at Gettysburg College

 

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