Copiague Senior Athletes Commit to College

Copiague Senior Athletes Commit to College
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Copiague Senior Athletes Commit to College 3
Twenty-four senior athletes from Copiague School District have committed to continue to play their sports at the college level this fall. In addition, Jackson Bright (boys track, Binghamton University) and Tayanee Peay (girls basketball, Queens College) have received scholarships to play in college. The district congratulates the following student-athletes: 

Jackson Bright: boys track, Binghamton University
Chris Carbajol: boys track, Suffolk County Community College
Luis Castillo: boys cross-country/track, SUNY Stony Brook
Bobby Elias: boys cross-country/track, Suffolk County Community College
Aryes Garrett: boys track, SUNY Plattsburgh
James Holland: boys track, SUNY Buffalo
Vinosky Saintil: boys track, SUNY Buffalo
Eric Tavarez: boys track, Farmingdale State College
Tayanee Peay: girls basketball, Queens College
Melinda Harris: girls basketball, SUNY Old Westbury
Davandra Daniel: girls basketball/soccer, St. Joseph’s, Brooklyn
Paul Illicete: wrestling, Nassau Community College
Christian Ramirez: baseball, Queensborough Community College
Gabriela Ordonez: girls soccer, John Jay College
Faith McCombs: volleyball, Alfred State
Brian Reyes: boys soccer, SUNY Cobleskill
Mike Delgado: boys soccer, SUNY Cobleskill
Jonathan Panameno: boys soccer, SUNY Canton
Lorenzo Concepcion: football, Erie Community College
Victor Gamarra: football, SUNY Morrisville 
Julian Armstrong-King: football, Utica College
Peter Auriemma: football, Western Connecticut State University
Joshua Olivo: football, SUNY Morrisville 
Erik Blanco: football, Western Connecticut State University