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WBHS Student-Athletes Commit to Colleges

West Bloomfield High School hosted a College Commitment event on Dec. 19 for seven student-athletes that plan to pursue athletics at the collegiate level. These seven athletes are Tyrone Broden Jr., Kyla Christopher-Moody, Lance Dixon, Natalie Ferenc, Jacob Kuhlman, Trebron Mosley and Anika Yarlagadda.

Tyrone Broden Jr. plans to attend Bowling Green State University to play football. He is the son of Felicia Streater.

Kyla Christopher-Moody plans to attend the University of Colorado to join the cross country, track & field teams. She is the daughter of Holly Christopher and Gary Moody.

Lance Dixon plans to attend Pennsylvania State University to play football. He is the son of Rosalyn and Labaron Dixon.

Natalie Ferenc plans to attend the University of Vermont to play ice hockey. She is the daughter of Carol Hosner-Ferenc and Lance Ferenc.

Jacob Kuhlman plans to attend Henry Ford Community College to play baseball. He is the son of Josephine and Michael Kuhlman.

Trebron Mosley plans to attend Michigan State University to play football. He is the son of Peri Phillinganes and Bert Mosley.

Anika Yarlagadda plans to attend the University of North Carolina to play tennis. She is the daughter of Sushma and Pattabhi Yarlagadda.

Eric Pierce, West Bloomfield athletic director said, “As an Athletic Director, my favorite days of the year occur on Signing Days. There is no greater reward in educational athletics than to see your student-athletes be recognized for their commitment both on and off the field. These individuals that we are celebrating today represent some of the best that West Bloomfield has to offer. They are leaders in and out of the classroom, are involved in school activities, contribute to the positive culture of West Bloomfield High School and have worked tirelessly to be in the position they are in today. They are models of perseverance and truly deserve all the accolades they have received. We thank the West Bloomfield community, staff, and coaches who helped guide these students to achieve on the level they have. We also send our thanks and congratulations to the families of the student-athletes we honor today. The support they provided throughout the lives of these students has truly given them a foundation for success. We are proud of all those we are honoring today and wish them nothing but the best in their future endeavors. They will always be a part of the legacy that is Laker Nation!”