Seniors commit on signing day

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The yearly National Signing Day took place 9 a.m, Feb. 1 at the Heritage gymnasium. This day is when seniors who committed to play at a college sign their National Level of Intent. This year, Heritage had 30 athletes playing nine different sports commit further their athletic and academic careers at the collegiate level.

Athletic director Bruce Avens wished the best of luck to these athletes.”Right now, you’re the big fish, but you’re going to be the small fish. You have to be humble, but know you’re a great athlete and you come from a great school,” Avens said. He also added that school comes first. “Get an education first because school won’t last forever.”

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Zoe Horwitz, a junior at American Heritage, returns to the Patriot Post for her third year as the Sports Editor and Assistant Editor-In-Chief. Besides reading and writing, she spends her time playing with her dog or tutoring younger students through Learn with Peers, a non-profit organization she helped found in 2020. During her freshman year, she co-founded FALIA (Food Allergy/Intolerance Awareness) at school, a club that advocates for those with food allergies. Zoe also plays lacrosse, as she plays for a club team and American Heritage girls varsity lacrosse team. Zoe is very excited to be contributing to the Patriot Post.