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Three Wolverines sign collegiate NLIs

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By Michael Flanagan
Hometown Weekly Sports Editor

Westwood High School wrote the latest chapter of its athletic success story this week, as three Wolverines signed their national letters of intent to play a sport at the Division I level.

Timmy Hall (middle), who’s brother Bobby plays hockey at Babson, poses with his parents after signing his NLI to play golf at Hofstra on Wednesday and becoming the second Hall sibling to play a sport in college.

Timmy Hall (middle), who’s brother Bobby plays hockey at Babson, poses with his parents after signing his NLI to play golf at Hofstra on Wednesday and becoming the second Hall sibling to play a sport in college.

Senior Timmy Hall signed his NLI on Wednesday to play golf at Hofstra, this after leading the Westwood golf team to a state championship in 2016.

Senior football and lacrosse captain Jake Antonucci signed his NLI to attend Providence College, where he has been committed to play lacrosse for over a year.

Last but certainly not least, Caroline Kremer signed her NLI on Thursday to play lacrosse at Harvard.

Congratulations to each of these three young athletes and best of luck throughout the remainder of your high school tenures, as well as at the collegiate level.

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Westwood star athlete Caroline Kremer (pictured) is all smiles after signing her national letter of intent to play lacrosse at Harvard on Thursday.

Westwood star athlete Caroline Kremer (pictured) is all smiles after signing her national letter of intent to play lacrosse at Harvard on Thursday.

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