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2018-05-16 / Sports

HEADING TO FISHER



HEADING TO FISHER — Clarence senior Ella Rose Eckert, second from left in the front row, recently signed her national letter of intent to continue her academic and basketball careers in the fall at St. John Fisher College. As a senior, Eckert averaged 18 points, 14 rebounds and four assists per game, good for Second Team All-WNY, All-ECIC Large Schools, ECIC I First Team and All-Bee Second Team all-star status. Eckert grabbed a school single-season record 127 offensive rebounds and made a school single-game record 10-of-10 free-throw shots this season, and also produced a double-double in 19 of her 21 games. Witnessing the signing were, clockwise from back row left: principal Kenneth Smith, athletic director Greg Kaszubski, assistant principals Robert Coniglio and Julie Mampe, varsity coach Erin Booker, stepmother Ann Eckert, father Paul Eckert, and mother Suzanne Lemke. HEADING TO FISHER — Clarence senior Ella Rose Eckert, second from left in the front row, recently signed her national letter of intent to continue her academic and basketball careers in the fall at St. John Fisher College. As a senior, Eckert averaged 18 points, 14 rebounds and four assists per game, good for Second Team All-WNY, All-ECIC Large Schools, ECIC I First Team and All-Bee Second Team all-star status. Eckert grabbed a school single-season record 127 offensive rebounds and made a school single-game record 10-of-10 free-throw shots this season, and also produced a double-double in 19 of her 21 games. Witnessing the signing were, clockwise from back row left: principal Kenneth Smith, athletic director Greg Kaszubski, assistant principals Robert Coniglio and Julie Mampe, varsity coach Erin Booker, stepmother Ann Eckert, father Paul Eckert, and mother Suzanne Lemke.

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