There are just a few precious hours remaining in the NLI Fall Signing Week, gang.

Tomorrow, we’ll have a recap of the Division I and Division II players from the Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut region who made their verbal commits to accept college scholarship offers official by signing National Letters of Intent, starting a week ago, on Nov. 10.

But we still have some signing festivities to report on, including one at a school that is no stranger to having collegiate-bound players — Somers.

Shown in the photo above, from left are senior commits Kieran Donohue (attack, Siena), Anthony Lombardo (midfield, Binghamton), Eddie Schurr (defense, Hopkins) and Matt Dalton (midfield, Springfield).

Here are some more photos:

From top: Anthony Lombardo with parents Rob and Laura and brother Joey; Lombardo with his family, as well as (top row from left): Somers superintendent Raymond Blanch, principal Irene Perrella and athletic director Roman Catalino; Kieran Donohue with his parents Jim and Kelly.

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Somers senior commits

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Matt Dalton, Springfield, midfield

Kieran Donohue, Siena, attack

Anthony Lombardo, Binghamton, midfield

Eddie Schurr, Johns Hopkins, defense

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Posted In: November 2010 Signing Week, Recruiting Rundown

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One Response to “Somers salutes its college-bound seniors”

  1. low_lax says:

    Where is Cirieco going?

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