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Photos from Brother Rice High School Signing Day 2013

Seventeen student athletes committed to compete in at their respective schools next fall.

Seventeen Senior student-athletes from Brother Rice High School formally committed to play college athletics at multiple schools next fall during a ceremony Wednesday that coincided with national signing day.

Among those who announced formal commitments were:

  • Griffin Anderson, of Bloomfield Hills (football, University of Pennsylvania)
  • Russell Cicerone, of Bloomfield Hills (soccer, University of Buffalo)
  • Kyle Gaines of Oxford (golf, Detroit Mercy),
  • Matt Habrowski (soccer, Notre Dame),
  • Kevin Henry, of Bloomfield Hills (football, Fordham)
  • Sergio Perkovic, of Bloomfield Hills (lacrosse, Notre Dame)
  • John Reschke of Sterling Heights (football, Michigan State)

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According to a news release, Brother Rice also recognized all of its student-athletes who have committed to participate in athletics at the next level, and to promote the outstanding institutions throughout the country that their student-athletes will attend.

“It’s important that we recognize these young men not just for their athletic accomplishments, but also for the great choices they’ve made in higher education,” said Brother Rice’s Principal, Br. Mike Segvich, in the release. “Notre Dame, Penn, Vassar, Fordham, Kalamazoo, Boston University … it’s a very impressive list.”

Also recognized at the event were:

  • Kyle Bindi, of Birmingham (football, Michigan Tech)
  • James Crowe, of Bingham Farms (lacrosse, Mercyhurst)
  • J.P. Forester, of Bloomfield Township (lacrosse, University of Richmond)
  • Kyle Marsh, of Rochester (football, Hillsdale)
  • Cheyne Lacanaria, of Brighton (football, Ohio Wesleyan)
  • Graham Macko, of Orchard Lake (lacrosse, Bellarmine)
  • Greg Marzec, of Livonia (lacrosse,Boston University)
  • Vincent Mencotti, of Birmingham (squash, Vassar College)
  • Steve Simmons, of Novi (baseball, Kalamazoo College)
  • John Plaskey, of Beverly Hills, who will play lacrosse at Mercyhurst, was not in attendance.

These photos were submitted by Bloomfield-Bloomfield Hills Patch reader Ed Shaffer, Director of Marketing and Communications, and Head Basketball Coach at Brother Rice. Were you at the event and do you have photos to share with the community? Post them directly to this story, or in the Pics & Clips Neighborhood Gallery above.

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