CANFIELD, OH- South Range continued their long string of successfully pushing players from their high school programs into the next level on Wednesday. Four South Range student-athletes made commitments to push forward with their talents on the diamond at the college level.
Jillian Strecansky (Utility) chose Marietta to attend next fall. Strecansky has been the do-it-all, whatever it takes type player that Raider Head Coach, Jeff DeRose had been searching for. Strecansky can play nearly every position at a plus level, making her talents sought after by a storied program in Marietta.
Bree Kohler verbally chose Youngstown State her freshman year. Since then, the pitcher and middle infielder has done nothing but etch her name in the South Range record books. The multi-sport star will defend Youngstown in red and white and will serve as a cornerstone of the Lady Penguin program for years to come in what could be a variety of different roles.
Trey Pancake, and Jacob Gehring have been playing baseball together since they were 9 years old, and will take one of the biggest steps of their career together as they live out their dreams of playing at The Ohio State University. Pancake will continue to show off his strong arm, quick feet, and versatility for the Buckeyes, while Gehring will be featured on the mound.
We wish all the players good luck and greatly look forward to seeing their talents on display this spring, and covering them in all they do at the next level!