Six MAHS Seniors Sign National Letters of Intent

MAHS Students sign National Letters of Intent

Six Moon Area School District seniors signed their National Letters of Intent on February 3, 2021.  

Congratulations to Alayna Hudzinski, Gannon Mellett, Taylor Paul, Meagan Robare, Justin Scally and Macy Vignolini! 

Alayna Hudzinski will compete in acrobatics and tumbling at Frostburg State University next year where she plans to study health sciences. While in high school, she was the 2018 Diamond Vault State Champion, WPIAL medalists, 2018 Team WPIAL Champions and 2020 Team PA Classic Champions.  

Gannon Mellett will swim at Baldwin Wallace University next year where he plans to study accounting/national security. While in high school, he was a three-time varsity athlete and three-time WPIAL qualifier.  

Taylor Paul will play volleyball at Fairmont State University next year where she plans to study early education. While in high school she was a member of the section 4A All Stars third team.  

Meagan Robare will play volleyball at Allegheny College next year where she plans to study biology. While in high school she was the 2020 WPIAL Coaches Association Player of the Week as well as the 2020 Beaver County Times Player of the Week. She was a member of the 2019 WPIAL 4A section 2 third team, 2020 WPIAL 4A section 2 first team and 2020 WPIAL class 4A third team.  

Justin Scally will play golf at Pitt Johnstown next year where he plans to study business/finance. While in high school he was the 2020 WPIAL AAA Boys Golf Champion, two time WPIAL Section Medalist and helped lead his team to four consecutive section championships. 

Macy Vignolini will play softball at La Roche University next year where she plans to study engineering. While in high school she was a four-year softball letterman.  


 

 

 

Alayna Hudzinski and Family Alayna Hudzinski Gannon Mellett and Family Gannon Mellett Justin Scally and Family Justin Scally Macy Vignolini and Family Macy Vignolini Meagan Robare and Family Meagan Robare Taylor Paul and Family Taylor Paul Students sign their National Letters of Intent




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