If you want to find a group of athletic high school students, look no further than Union-Endicott's Class of 2014. On Tuesday, Joey Orlando and Skyler Hoyt became the 9th and 10th student-athletes this year to sign letters of intent to play sports at universities in Division I or Division II.
Orlando committed to stay right here in town to play baseball at Binghamton University, while Hoyt will play softball at St. Peter's. Both expressed their gratitude to their coaches and teammates who were integral in not only their success, but the success of all their college sports bound classmates.
By signing with BU, Orlando will join current U-E teammate C.J. Krowiak and rival Nick Wegmann of Vestal, who plays on the same travel team as Orlando.
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