Spotlight on sports: NLI signings and more news from athletes/teams in our districts

Above: Southborough’s Kate Hostage and Meg Stassi celebrate their intent to play for Division I teams. (contributed photo)

High school soccer and football seasons are well over. But three varsity team members celebrated big wins this week. Three T-Hawk seniors signed their National Letters of Intent last week.

Kate Hostage and Meg Stassi signed letters to play soccer. The girls both started out as Southborough Youth Soccer players when they were little.Kate Hostage (contributed photo)

Next year, they’ll be playing for Division I Women’s Soccer teams.

Hostage will attend, and play for, Syracuse University.
Meg Stassi  (contributed photo)
Stassi is headed to University of South Carolina Upstate.

Not all of the following is as Southborough specific. But there is more news worth sharing on athletes/teams in our districts: 
Colin Robinson (tweeted by @ARHSAthletics)

  • T-Hawk Football player Colin Robinson also signed a letter of intent. The Northborough student will be playing football for Western New England University.
  • ARHS Wrestling  (tweeted by @ARHSW)Algonquin Wrestlers tweeted last week about the pride they have in their senior members. With the season still in progress, senior wrestlers boast more than 500 wins between them over their high school career.
  • Assabet’s Baseball team shared news that they donated used equipment, through Eternal Pastime, to help promote baseball in third world countries. Assabet Baseball contributes to Eternal Pastimes (contributed photo)(read more)
  • Also out of Assabet comes news that one of their basketball players was named MIAA’s athlete of the month. The basketball player, Nicole Lento hails from Hudson. (read more)Nicole Lento (contributed photo)

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