Four Cohoes seniors sign athletic letters

Draya Hunt, Olivia Huneau, Jordan Prouty and Troy Snyder sign athletic lettersFour Cohoes seniors on Friday signed celebratory letters to continue their athletic careers next year at the collegiate level.

Draya Hunt signed a letter to attend and play soccer at SUNY Delhi. Following the Fall 2 season, Hunt was named a Colonial Council 1st Team All-Star and 2nd Team Times Union Small School All-Star.

Olivia Huneau signed a letter to attend and play basketball at Sage College.  Hunueau averaged 19 points per game this season and was named a 2nd Team Times Union Small School All-Star.

Jordan Prouty signed a letter to attend and play soccer at Sage College. Known for acrobatic saves, Prouty was named a Colonial Council 2nd Team All-Star.

Troy Snyder signed a letter to attend and play basketball at Sage College. Snyder, a three-sport athlete during all four years of high school, was named to the Colonial Council Boys Exceptional Senior Team.

All four students excelled in the classroom as well. Hunt finished with a 90+ GPA, while Huneau, Prouty and Snyder were consistently recognized as NYSPHSAA scholar-athletes. We wish them the best in college and beyond. They’ll always be Cohoes Tigers!

Preparing our students for success in tomorrow’s world.

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