News Release, St. Mary’s Ryken High School
Leonardtown, MD- Congratulations to the following St. Mary’s Ryken student-athletes who have signed National Letters of Intent to play their respective sport in college. We wish you the best in your college years and thank you for being true SMR Knights!
Ahmira Miller has earned three letters in softball counting this her senior season. She earned Honorable Mention All-WCAC and Honorable Mention All-County honors as a Junior and has been part of two WCAC conference runner up teams.
She has been on the Principal’s List Honor Roll for 8 quarters and the President’s List Honor roll for 5 quarters.
Ahmira has committed to play next season for Montclair State University in New Jersey. Montclair State is a NCAA Division 3 school and is a members of the New Jersey Athletic Conference.
Ashley Welch has earned three varsity letters in volleyball and one in lacrosse. She was named most promising member of the Volleyball team her sophomore year. She was named first team All County in volleyball as a senior.
She has been a member of the Principal’s List Honor Roll for three quarters and the President’s List for 11 quarters. She is a member of the National Honors Society and has completed the Chick-Fil-A Leadership Academy.
Ashley has committed to playing college volleyball at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, a NCAA Division 3 school.
Anthony (A.J.) Wilson is a four year letter winner in Football and was named 1st Team All-County as a defensive lineman his junior year. As a senior he was named 1st team All-WCAC and 1st Team all County. He also earned a Crab Bowl invitation his Senior Year.
He has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend NCAA Division II West Liberty University.
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