Six Badin student-athletes commit to playing in college

Six Badin High School student-athletes made their collegiate choices official during a recent ceremony at the school. They are (front from left) Kyle Manuel (cross country and track, Heidelberg), Karley Schlensker (volleyball, swimming, Wilmington), Olivia Keene (basketball, Mount St. Joseph), A.J. Ernst (baseball, Rose-Hulman) and (back from left) Matt Schweinefuss (soccer, Ohio Northern) and Sam Krabacher (cross country, track, Ohio Northern). SUBMITTED PHOTO
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Six Badin High School student-athletes made their collegiate choices official during a recent ceremony at the school. They are (front from left) Kyle Manuel (cross country and track, Heidelberg), Karley Schlensker (volleyball, swimming, Wilmington), Olivia Keene (basketball, Mount St. Joseph), A.J. Ernst (baseball, Rose-Hulman) and (back from left) Matt Schweinefuss (soccer, Ohio Northern) and Sam Krabacher (cross country, track, Ohio Northern). SUBMITTED PHOTO

Six Badin High School student-athletes confirmed their collegiate choices during a recent ceremony at the school. They are:

• A.J. Ernst, who will play baseball at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Ernst is hitting .250 with seven RBIs and seven steals this spring. He will major in mechanical engineering.

• Olivia Keene, who will play basketball at Mount St. Joseph. Keene averaged 4.4 points, 3.2 rebounds and 2.1 steals per game this winter. She will major in early childhood education.

• Sam Krabacher, who will run cross country and track at Ohio Northern. Krabacher was a first-team selection in the Greater Catholic League Coed Division in the fall. He will major in pharmacy.

• Kyle Manuel, who will run cross country and track at Heidelberg. Manuel was a second-team selection in the GCLC in the fall. He will major in criminal justice.

• Karley Schlensker, who will play volleyball and swim at Wilmington. Schlensker collected 153 kills last fall. She will major in athletic training.

• Matt Schweinefuss, who will play at soccer at Ohio Northern. Schweinefuss totaled nine goals and nine assists last fall. He will major in electrical engineering.