Five Bishop Watterson seniors announced their intent to play college sports November 8, 2017.
Left to right, first row: Karlyn Hannewald, volleyball, University of Missouri St. Louis, St. John Neumann Parish; Cecilia Moore, swimming, Ball State University, St. Brigid School and Parish; Erin Korn, golf, Bowling Green State University, St. Andrew School and Parish; second row: Nate Meyer, baseball, University of Cincinnati, St. Brigid School and Parish; Cole Andrews, baseball, Miami University, St. Brigid School and Parish.
“Playing at Bishop Watterson has not only improved my skills in the game of baseball but instilled the work ethic required to get to the next level. Coach Manahan taught me how to work hard and get the most out of the talents I was blessed with.” – Cole Andrews
“Watterson has helped me focus on what really matters: my family, my faith, my education and my love of volleyball. Before I play I say a prayer to thank God for the opportunity to play and to help guide my team in the game.” –Karlyn Hannewald
“Golf is a game of honesty and Catholic teachings state that honesty is one of the most important things. And golf is one of the only sports where competitors root for each other which reinforces many of the things Catholics teach.” – Erin Korn
“Watterson helped me acquire a really great work ethic and improve my skills. God is the reason I am able to play. He has blessed me with the skills I have and He has allowed me to stay healthy after playing both baseball and football these past four years.” – Nate Meyer
“Bishop Watterson has given me a solid platform to showcase my abilities … I got the chance to be a Watterson Eagle and represent my team at the state level! Watterson has enabled me to excel in the classroom, so I am able to swim at a great college.” –Cecilia Moore
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