2020 Athletic Signing Day

Teachers, coaches, administrators, families, and friends gathered to celebrate 29 Catholic Central students as they committed to continuing their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level.

The 29 students represent 8 different varsity sports, and will move on to 26 different colleges.

Congratulations to these young men, their coaches, and their familes.
  • Baseball:
    • Cooper Donlin '20 (Mesa Community College)
    • Adam Falinski '20 (Ashland University)
    • Tyler Harris '20 (Hillsdale College)
    • Reagan Paulina '20 (Oakland University)
    • Daniel Rumberger '20 (Trine University)
    • Blake Salamon '20 (Northwood University)
    • Jake Zeeb '20 (St. Clair County Community College)

  • Basketball:
    • Josiah Smith '20 (Carnegie Mellon University)

  • Cross Country:
    • Luke Perelli '20 (Michigan State University)

  • Football:
    • Zachary Carey '20 (Grand Valley State University)
    • Cody Daraban '20 (Michigan Tech University)
    • Cole Price '20 (Wayne State University)
    • Easton St. Clair '20 (Heidelberg University)

  • Lacrosse:
    • Connor Baratta '20 (Rutgers University)
    • Sean Cunningham '20 (Hope College)
    • Marco Mularoni '20 (Hope College)
    • Jack Rioux '20 (Aquinas College)
    • Jacob Sposita '20 (Colgate University)
    • Ryan Sullivan '20 (The University of Michigan)
    • Ethan Zupko '20 (University of Massachusetts Lowell)

  • Rugby:
    • Shawn St. Germain '20 (Western Michigan University)

  • Swim & Dive:
    • Connor Brownell '20 (Oakland University)
    • Mario McDonald '20 (The Ohio State University)
    • August Thielking '20 (Kalamazoo College)

  • Wrestling:
    • Josh Edmond '20 (University of Missouri)
    • Derek Gilcher '20 (Indiana University)
    • Steven Kolcheff '20 (Old Dominion University)
    • Logan Sanom '20 (Bucknell University)
    • Marc Shaeffer '20 (Old Dominion University)

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“Teach Me Goodness, Discipline, and Knowledge” is the motto of the Basilian Fathers and the sacred mission of Catholic Central High School. For ninety years, the graduates of Catholic Central have made a positive impact locally, nationally, and around the world.