Eight Heights students sign athletic letters of intent
Six Cleveland Heights High School football players and two lacrosse players signed letters of intent on Thursday, Feb. 3, at 12 p.m. in the Cleveland Heights High School auditorium, 13263 Cedar Rd., Cleveland Heights.
Wednesday was National Signing Day in college football, the first day that Class of 2011 high school recruits can sign binding letters of intent with college programs.
Presentations were made by Athletic Director Kristin Hughes, Head Football Coach Jeff Rotsky, and Girls Head Lacrosse Coach Terry Saylor.
Speaking to the young men who will go on to play football in college, Coach Rotsky said, "I have been blessed to have each of you on my team. I ask that you come back to Heights and share your experiences and maturity with the younger players."
To read the full release at the CH-UH Schools website, click here.
Bob Rosenbaum is a Cleveland Heights resident and frequent contributor to the Heights Observer.