Fifteen graduates from Revere’s class of 2019 have finalized their college athletic plans.

Revere athletic director Tom McKinnon announced the list, which includes 10 boys and five girls.

Among the group of Revere boys are twin brothers Raj Kumar and Ram Kumar, who have signed to play on the men’s tennis team at John Carroll University.

Revere graduates Sam Webster and Matt Buser are both set to play football in college with Webster enrolling at Dayton and Buser at John Carroll.

Sam York and Omar Najjar are headed to separate universities to compete in men's soccer with York headed to Penn State-Behrend and Najjar going to Mount Union.

The other 2019 Revere graduates slated to play a men's sport in college are baseball players Bryce Holt (Baldwin Wallace), Jake Land (Lawrence) and Nicholas Perrott (Mount Union) and basketball player Chris Richardson (Lakeland).

Revere girls basketball teammates Grace Hete and Taylor Rinn are going to Ohio Dominican and Point Park, respectively.

The other 2019 Revere graduates who have signed to compete in a women's sport in college are Julia Effinger (Tiffin, soccer), Jordan Zablo (Kent State, lacrosse) and Megan Teter (Ball State, gymnastics).

“Revere’s 2019 class had an extremely successful year on the fields and courts, but our student-athletes led the way on and off the field with the success in the class room,” McKinnon said. “All of these student athletes exhibit high character and leadership skills. We wish them nothing but the best in their bright futures.”

Manchester update

Loralee Daily of the Manchester athletic department announced six graduates from the class of 2019 will compete on a college athletic team.

Manchester’s Sam Hettich and AJ Johnson have both committed to play football in college with Hettich headed to Ashland and Johnson going to Baldwin Wallace.

The other 2019 Manchester graduates are Zac Larue (Bellarmine, wrestling), Megan Toth (Capital, softball), Gabriel Sharrock (Otterbein, soccer) and Michael Paljich (Notre Dame College, baseball).

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