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Flanked by his parents, Luz and Sean, St. John’s Prep senior Kaden Quirk, a resident of Nahant, prepares to officially commit to St. John’s University, where the 5-foot-10, 160-pounder will play goalie in the lacrosse program. (Courtesy Photo)
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St. John’s Prep announces nine collegiate commitments

DANVERS -- On Wednesday, St. John’s Prep athletics proudly announced nine Eagles student-athletes who made written commitments during the recent early signing period to compete at the college of their choice. Scholar-athletes representing four sports at St. John’s inked commitment letters

“What a great day and a remarkable accomplishment for all of our student-athletes, their families, teammates, and coaches,” said St. John’s Prep Athletic Director Jameson Pelkey. “These signings are a testament to all of the time, energy and effort that our guys have put in over the years. We congratulate them and wish them all the best.”

Additional athletes at St. John’s are expected to commit to play at the next level this spring. A primary provision of the National Letter of Intent (NLI) program is that competing collegiate athletic programs must…

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