2016-11-18 / Sports Spotlight

Red (and blue) letter day



Cheverus High School senior Emily Turner (above middle) poses with soccer coach Craig Roberts, athletic director Gary Hoyt, assistant track coach Liana Rubinoff and head track coach Steve Virgilio after signing a national letter of intent to run track at Boston University. Turner, a Scarborough resident, set a new 400-meter state record at the Class A state meet last spring. Above right, Scarborough High School senior Sam Rusak signs a letter of intent to compete in the decathlon at the University of Connecticut while his sister, Sydney, and father, George, look on. Bottom right, joined by her parents, Amy and Derek Volk, Lilly Volk, a Scarborough senior, signs a national letter of intent to pitch for the University of Maine softball team. Other Scarborough High School athletes signing letters this month include Abbie Murrell (softball at St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire) and Maddie York (lacrosse at Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts). (Courtesy photo/Michael Kelley photos) Cheverus High School senior Emily Turner (above middle) poses with soccer coach Craig Roberts, athletic director Gary Hoyt, assistant track coach Liana Rubinoff and head track coach Steve Virgilio after signing a national letter of intent to run track at Boston University. Turner, a Scarborough resident, set a new 400-meter state record at the Class A state meet last spring. Above right, Scarborough High School senior Sam Rusak signs a letter of intent to compete in the decathlon at the University of Connecticut while his sister, Sydney, and father, George, look on. Bottom right, joined by her parents, Amy and Derek Volk, Lilly Volk, a Scarborough senior, signs a national letter of intent to pitch for the University of Maine softball team. Other Scarborough High School athletes signing letters this month include Abbie Murrell (softball at St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire) and Maddie York (lacrosse at Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts). (Courtesy photo/Michael Kelley photos)

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