MAYVILLE — Chautauqua Lake senior softball participant Kendra Keyser and senior baseball participant Kyler Majka signed letters of intent with their school choices at Chautauqua Lake’s school signing day on Monday at Chautauqua Lake Central Faculty.
Keyser dedicated to enjoying school softball at Edinboro College of PA. A beginning member of the Woman Thunderbirds 2018 New York State championship softball group, Keyser will enter her fourth 12 months on the varsity degree this 12 months for Chautauqua Lake. She is certainly one of eight starters anticipated to return for Chautauqua Lake this upcoming season.
Majka will probably be enjoying baseball for Onondaga Neighborhood Faculty in Syracuse. Majka returns for his senior season in 2019 on the Thunderbirds baseball group after a season which earned him a CCAA Division 1 West First Group All-Star choice.
“I’m excited for the chance to proceed to play ball at Onondaga,” stated Majka. “Coach Piraino has actually helped me make my resolution, persistent in his recruitment of me. I’m assured it’s the proper selection for me.”
Majka’s highschool coach, Bryan Bongiovanni — who signed his personal letter of intent throughout his senior 12 months whereas at Fredonia — is aware of that Majka will probably be a focus for his group once more this season. He values Majka, not solely as a expertise, however as a pacesetter.
“Kyler is among the hardest working gamers that I’ve ever coached. He places in a lot time year-round, whereas enjoying two different sports activities, and it’s nice to see him rewarded,” stated Bongiovanni. “Extra importantly, he’s a fantastic younger man and a job mannequin. Kyler has made an impression each on and off the sphere at Chautauqua Lake. Hopefully his signing on the collegiate degree will encourage extra athletes to maximise their potential. Fortunately his profession right here shouldn’t be completed but. He nonetheless has yet one more chapter left to put in writing.”
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