Delmarva Christian holds college ceremony for senior athletes

GEORGETOWN – On May 10, Delmarva Christian High School held a college signing ceremony celebrating four senior athletes who are committed to playing sports at the collegiate level.

Skylar Bennett is set to play Division II soccer at the University of Montevallo, where she will join the Falcon’s women’s team in Montevallo, Alabama. She was also an accomplished basketball player for the Delmarva Christian Royals during her high school career.

L-R: Camryn Thompson, Josh Vonhof, Skylar Bennett and Briana Taylor (Special to the Sussex Post).

Briana Taylor will go on to join the Eastern Nazarene Lion’s women’s soccer team after signing on to play Division III soccer in Quincy, Massachusetts. Briana was also a celebrated member of the swim and cross country teams at Delmarva Christian High School, receiving MVP awards for swim and cross country for the 2017-2018 year.

Camryn Thompson will play softball at Delaware Technical & Community College. Camryn was a key player on the Delmarva Christian softball team during her high school career, and was awarded the MVP award for her junior and senior seasons. Camryn was also an accomplished volleyball player at DCHS.

Josh Vonhof is set to play basketball for Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and will assist the Regent Royals men’s team in their first intercollegiate year. Josh was an important member of the DCHS basketball team, and received the MVP award for his senior season. He was also a key member of Delmarva Christian’s golf team.

Committed to excellence, Delmarva Christian Schools offers non-denominational, Christ-centered educational opportunities to students from Pre-K through 8th grade in Milton and from 9th through 12th grade in Georgetown. The mission of Delmarva Christian Schools is to proclaim the gospel by preparing students spiritually, academically, and physically to know and do God’s will in their lives.

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