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For Event on Tuesday, May 15, at 3pm



What: Six Highlands’ football players will sign letters of intent on Tuesday, May 15, at 3pm in the Highlands High School Media Center. All six players had a three-year varsity record of 44 and 1, winning three state championships and finishing this year with a 15-0 record.


§ Ian McGurn will sign with Ohio University.

Ian dominated as a senior tight end and was one of the best blockers in the state. He also caught numerous passes and turned them into big gains in crucial situations.


§ Jason Waldenmeyer will sign with the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

Jason was a complete offensive tackle whom the team ran behind on the goal lines and the middle of the field. He was also an outstanding pass blocker.


§ Jake True will sign with Wittenberg.

Jake was an outstanding running back for four years and led the running backs in rushing as a senior. He also excelled as a blocker, receiver out of the backfield and as a punter.


§ Josh Quillen will sign with Wittenberg.

Josh was a dominating linebacker and a big varsity contributor for three years. He is fast and athletic and was consistently one of the team’s leading tacklers.


§ Devin Bruns will sign with the University Of Cincinnati.

When teams played Highlands this year, they had to first decide how they were going to try to block Devin. Few teams found any success, and he was named First Team All-State.


§ Austin Sheehan will sign with the University Of Kentucky.

Austin caught over 1000 yards of passes and averaged an amazing 34.9 yards per catch. A First Team All-State receiver, Austin had a tremendous season and career.


Who: Open to the Public


Where: Highlands High School

Media Center

2400 Memorial Parkway

Fort Thomas, KY 41075


When: Tuesday, May 15, 2012, 3pm



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