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SSA’s Krol to play lacrosse at High Point

Staff Report
| Monday, November 14, 2016 5:54 p.m
Shady Side Academy's Clayton Krol signs a letter of intent to play lacrosse at High Point University on Nov. 9, 2016.

Shady Side Academy senior Clayton Krol signed an NCAA National Letter of Intent to play lacrosse at High Point University on the first day of the early-signing period on Nov. 9.

Krol is a four-year starter for the SSA varsity boys lacrosse team, playing both attack and midfield. As a junior in 2016, he was named to the All-WPIAL team, the All-MSLCA second team and the US Lacrosse High School All-America team. He helped the Indians to a first-ever WPIAL championship as a freshman in 2014. Krol also is a member of SSA’s varsity football and basketball teams.

High Point University’s men’s lacrosse program competes in NCAA Division I in the Southern Conference. Goodman plans to study molecular biology at the university.

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