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High school sports: Andrews Osborne’s Detlev picks college, plus VASJ, NDCL … – News

Nick Detlev, a 7-foot-2 center from Andrews Osborne, will attend Fishburne Military Schools post-graduate program in hopes of earning a Division I scholarship, according to Andrews assistant Rich Bloor.
Detlev averaged 18.5 points and 12 rebounds per game this season.
Beavers pick colleges
A quartet of Riverside student-athletes announced their college decisions recently, including Melissa Maczuzak (volleyball) to Notre Dame College, Rachel Stroski (volleyball) to Heidelberg, Shannon Lynch (softball) to Salem International University and Baxter White (swimming) to Oliver University.
Vikings make choices
Danielle Hicks and Tyler Cruickshank of VASJ signed their letters of intent on May 14 to continue their athletic careers in college.
Hicks helped lead the Vikings to the Division IV state volleyball championship match in November. She is headed to Division I Eastern Kentucky.
Cruickshank, who was a versatile wide receiver and defensive back for the VASJ football team that went 9-2 and made the Division VI playoffs, will play at Division II Urbana University.
NDCL athletes make choices
Ten student-athletes from Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin have solidified their college choices. The list includes: John Cirillo (basketball) to John Carroll, Dominic DiFranco (football) to Dayton, Patrick Heckman (baseball) to Ohio Wesleyan, Austin Jackson (baseball) to Gordon State College, Connor Kaucic (baseball) to Valparaiso, Anthony Leonetti (football) to John Carroll, Cody Paterniti (baseball) to Ohio Dominican, Ryan Proud (baseball) to John Carroll, Steven Virost (baseball) to John Carroll, and Chandler Walnsch (golf) to Ashland).
Wilhelm to Gannon
Maggie Wilhelm, a front-line standout for the Lake Catholic volleyball team, will continue her education at Gannon University and play volleyball for the Golden Knights.
Camp Krizancic
Mentor boys basketball coach Bob Krizancic will run various camps for boys and girls grades 1 through 12. Fundamentals will be the focus for the younger grades, while the focus on older athletes will be running varsity drills.
For information, call Krizancic at 440-974-5437 or email krizancic@mentorschools.org.
Bell on Haden staff
Mike Bell, first-year football coach at North, will be among the staffers coaching youths at the Joe Haden Youth Football Camp this summer.
The camp will run July 14 through July 18 at Brush High School. The non-contact instruction is for children ages 6 through 14 and includes football instruction, 7-on-7 games, combine testing and a punt, pass and kick competition.
Entry is $150. For information, call 440-836-3424.
Camping at Mentor
The Mentor football program will be offering a four-day camp for elementary students, grades 1 through 6, from June 16-19 at Jerome T. Osborne Stadium.
The camp is run by Coach Steve Trivisonno and includes offensive, defensive and special teams instruction. Campers will receive a T-shirt and a student pass to all Mentor home games.
Cost is $80. For information, call 440-974-5376.

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