Ford athletes make commitments to collegiate sports
Ford athletes make commitments to collegiate sports
Posted on 02/12/2021

The day she signed her commitment letter to play volleyball at Indiana Tech University, Jenna Gibson had words of appreciation for those who helped create “an amazing feeling.”

“I have been challenged to do my best at all times,” she said. “I take school very seriously, and my teachers have always been there for me and accepting of a very busy schedule.”

Gibson was one of several athletes across the district who took part in signing ceremonies that recognize their commitment to play sports at the college level.

Like Gibson, Henry Ford II football standout said he appreciated the support that paved the way to play at Sienna Heights University.

“It feels great going to college and playing at the next level,” he said.

Henry Ford II had a single signing ceremony for its nearly 20 athletes continuing their athletic careers. Families and coaches gathered together to recognize the senior athlete’s accomplishment.

Henry Ford II students who signed commitment letters are:

  • Ryan Beaty, Lawrence Technological University Bowling
  • Noah Bright, Charleston Southern University Baseball
  • Joshua Byers, Michigan Technological University
  • Karen Barry, Grand Valley State University for Soccer
  • Zach Connor, Kalamazoo College for Lacrosse
  • Connor Cornwell, Saginaw Valley State University Baseball
  • Jenna Gibson, Indiana Tech University Volleyball
  • Nate Hill, Adrian College Baseball
  • Andrew Johnson, Concordia University football
  • Olivia Kubik, Cornerstone University for Basketball
  • Garrett Kuppler, Tiffin University Golf
  • Aidan Leline, Adrian College for Soccer
  • Ryan Morgan, Sienna Heights University football
  • Marissa O’Connor, Walsh University Track and Field
  • Marcello Pinterpe, Tiffin University for Soccer
  • Paris Rettig, Lawrence Technological University for Soccer
  • Brandan Seman, St. Clair Community College