Student Athlete signings- May 16-21

Area high school seniors announced their college plans.
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Published: May. 17, 2021 at 10:13 PM EDT|Updated: May. 21, 2021 at 11:55 PM EDT
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Parkersburg Catholic senior Aaliyah Brunny signs here letter of intent accepting a basketball scholarship from Fairmont State University

Brunny was a 4 year starter for the Crusaderettes and helped the team to a pair of runner-up finishes in the W.Va. girls high school basketball tournament.

She’s accomplished track and field as well and had to choose between the two sports. And basketball at Fairmont State University won out.


Parkersburg South seniors Devin Easton and Gavin Quiocho were championship winning wrestling teammates at Parkersburg South and they hope to have the same experience at Glenville State College

Monday afternoon the pair held signing ceremonies accepting scholarship offers to the NCAA Division II member of the Mountain East Conference

Quiocho won 4 individual state championships for the Patriots in a standout career.

Easton was a solid wrestler for the Patriots in the lower weight classes.

Both wrestlers played their part in helping Parkersburg South win a seventh consecutive Class AAA state championship this past season.


Williamstown High School senior Emily Ellison is headed to West Virginia Wesleyan on a cross country and track scholarship

Ellison earned All Conference honors all four years and All Regional honors once as a member of the Yellowjackets cross country that won the Class A state championship every season during her high school career.

She was also a member of the Yellowjackets girls track and field team that won the Class A state championship in 2019.


Parkersburg South senior Eli Reeves will embark on his college career at Ohio Valley University this fall.

Reeves has accepted an offer to play baseball for the Fighting Scots.

He’ll be joining the OVU pitching staff.

Baseball has been a way of life for Reeves since his days of playing tee ball.

He is impressed with the OVU baseball program and he credits his coaches and teammates at Parkersburg South for helping develop his game.

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