4 HHS Student-Athletes Sign Letter of Intent

 

Highland High School News

Congratulations to the following Highland High School student-athletes who recently signed their National Letter of Intent to attend and play sports for their chosen college. They were recognized, along with their families, during a special signing ceremony held at Highland High School on November 18.

Mallory Adams will attend and play volleyball for Malone University. Mallory received a full athletic scholarship and plans to major in education. She is a four-year varsity letter winner in volleyball for the Lady Hornets and two-year letterman in basketball. She was named to 1st Team All-County, 2nd Team All-District, Team MVP and Offensive Player of the Year during her junior year. Additionally, she is a HHS Peer Leader and a member of the Principal’s Advisory Committee. Mallory is the daughter of Rex and Anita Adams of Granger Township.

Chloe McKinzie will attend and play golf for Ohio University. Chloe received a partial athletic scholarship and plans to major in English. She was named the Medina Gazette’s 2014 Girls Golf MVP, All-Gazette Team and All-Northeast Ohio. She serves as a HHS Peer Leader, is a member of the National Honor Society and yearbook staff. Chloe is the daughter of Tim and Kathy McKinzie of Sharon Township.

Andrew Grayson will attend and play golf for Hillsdale College. Andrew received a full academic/athletic scholarship and plans to major in mathematics. In addition to his four-year stint with the Highland varsity golf team, he was also a member of the Highland baseball team for three years. He was named to 1st Team All-District in 2014, 1st Team All-Suburban League in 2013 and 2014, and was named the Medina Gazette’s 2014 Boys Golf MVP. A current member of the National Honor Society, Andrew is the son of Mark and Helen Grayson of Granger Township.

Brogan Scott will attend and play basketball for Lake Erie College. He received a full athletic scholarship and plans to major in accounting. Brogan has been a standout for the Highland Hornets and was named Team MVP, All-County Selection for three years, 1st Team All-Suburban League, 2nd Team All-District and All-State Honorable Mention. He is the son of Rod and Mary Scott of Sharon Township.