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Monte Vista multi-sport star announces destination
Monte Vista junior athlete Rocco Schramm made his decision for the next level.
Schramm, a standout football and lacrosse player, committed to Colgate for lacrosse, following in a collegiate sports tradition steeped in his family – his father, George Schramm, played football at Colorado State.
With an impressive work ethic, Rocco Schramm is up at 4 a.m. every morning to lift weights.
Dublin 2021 pitcher commits
Dublin senior pitcher Zach Lydon committed to play Division I baseball in college, announcing he will be a student-athlete at the University of Nevada Reno.
Lydon made three appearances during the shortened 2020 season, compiling a 2-0 record with a 0.49 ERA. He struck out 22 batters in 14.1 innings compared to a mere six walks.
The right had six strikeouts in 8.2 innings his sophomore year in 2019.
Moreau Catholic basketball’s commitment
Moreau Catholic senior point guard Donovan Tynes ended his recruitment last week after committing to Lake Forest College, a Division III school in Illinois.
Tynes was the fourth-leading scorer for Moreau Catholic a year ago, posting 6.6 points per game. His top performance was a 15-point outing in a 73-57 victory over Liberty in the first round of the North Coast Section Division I playoffs.
First Division I offers for Bay Area quarterback duo
Two of some of the top quarterbacks in the Bay Area garnered their first Division I scholarship offers.
Pittsburg senior quarterback Eli Brickhandler brought in an offer from the University of San Diego, adding to an offer sheet that includes Black Hills State, Iowa Wesleyan, La Verne, Lawrence Tech, Rocky Mountain College and Saint Anselm.
Brickhandler, fresh off a masterful junior campaign when he was previously at Rocklin’s Whitney High School (3,002 total yards and 26 touchdowns), is a star in Los Angeles for the Winner Circle Athletics Champions League, most notable producing a 183-yard and three-touchdown effort in the second week of the season for Xclusive Speed to earn West Coast Preps Athlete of the Week honors.
Serra junior dual-threat quarterback Dominique Lampkin’s first Division I offer was from a fellow FCS school in Illinois State.
Lampkin was thrown into the fire as a sophomore in 2019 and never looked back after replacing the injured Daylin McLemore, who is now a quarterback at Arizona State, throwing for 750 yards and eight scores next to 448 rushing yards and four scores in Serra’s run to a California Interscholastic Federation Northern California Division I-A title.
Others Bay Area offers:
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