BINGHAMTON -- A pair of Seton Catholic Central seniors signed their National Letters of Intent at a ceremony in the SCC gymnasium on Monday afternoon.
Jordon Wilson, a varsity lacrosse player since 7th grade, will play women's lacrosse at Division I Niagra University. For Wilson, this is the next step in a dream she has had since childhoold.
Putting the pen to paper alongside of Wilson was baseball standout Michael Korchak. The reigning New York State Player of the Year will take his talents to Bucknell. Korchak helped the Saints to a state championship in 2013, posting an ERA of 0.47.
After Monday's ceremony, Wilson and Korchak discussed their excitement for the next steps in their athletic and academic careers.
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