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Dynamic Duo Goes Division 1


Dynamic Duo Goes Division 1

Congratulations to Véralie Perrier '24 and Presley Titus '24 for signing their National Letters of Intent to compete in Division 1 Collegiate Athletics next year. Véralie will continue her academic and track and field career at Sacred Heart University, and Presley will continue his academic and football career at Stonehill College.

Véralie and Presley join over 30 Raider student-athletes in the Class of 2024 who have committed to continue their athletic careers in college.

"We are so proud of Veralie and Presley,” said Mr. Zach Blaszak, Director of Athletics & Activities.

"These two have been amazing to watch during their high school careers, with Veralie flying through the air in cheerleading and track, to Presley becoming a strong force on the football field and a leader in the locker room."

The following students will be playing their respective sports in college next year:

Photo Album: February 7 Signing Ceremony

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Meet the Student-Athletes

 

Véralie Perrier '24 signs her NLI

Véralie Perrier '24

  • Hometown: Dunstable
  • Middle School:  Ste Jeanne d'Arc School, Lowell
  • Sport: Track & Field
  • Sacred Heart University (CT)

Véralie has committed to continue her academic and athletic career at Sacred Heart University (CT) where she will participate in Track and Field (Fall 2024).

In addition to being an active member of the Girls Varsity Track & Field Team, she is also a member of the Varsity Cheerleading Team and participates in Marist Mentors and Student Ambassadors.

She also finds time to serve others.

"I enjoyed helping people when I had to distribute Easter baskets to those families who did not have money to buy dinner. It was really good to see these people be so grateful to receive food from a happy face."

Véralie’s teachers and coaches have played a very supportive role in her CCHS experience, specifically Mr. Shawn Dumas (School & College Counselor, Girls Track & Field Coach), Ms. Lanie Jowett '12 (Science Faculty Member, Assistant Track & Field Coach), and Mr. Chuck Adamopoulos (CCHS Business & Technology Faculty Member). 

"I’d like to mention Coach Dumas and Coach Jowett for pushing me to be better," said Véralie. "Also, as the teacher, Coach A (Mr. Chuck Adamopoulos), brings joy to my school day."

 

Presley Titus '24 signs his NLI

Presley Titus '24

  • Hometown: Salem, NH
  • Middle Schools: 
    • Woodbury Middle School, Salem, NH
    • St. Michael School, North Andover
  • Sport: Football
  • Stonehill College

Presley has committed to continue his academic and athletic career at Stonehill College (MA) where he will play football (Fall 2024).

In addition to being an active member of the Raider Varsity Football Team, Presley also finds time to serve others.

"I really enjoyed delivering thanksgiving meals to families in need."

Presley’s teachers have played a very supportive role in his CCHS experience, specifically Mr. Niall Shanahan, Social Studies Faculty Member. 

"Mr. Shanahan has been one of the coolest teachers to me," said Presley. "He is always available to talk about sports and he’s been a great teacher to have. I feel like the Central Catholic community is very close. Everyone is nice to each other!"

 


About Raider Athletics

Sydney Demers '23 competes in the hurdles

Raider Athletics represents a proud tradition of teamwork and excellence that enriches the Central Catholic experience for both participants and spectators.

We offer 30 Varsity Sports in competitions governed by the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA), the Merrimack Valley Conference (MVC), and the Massachusetts Secondary School Administrators Association (MSSAA).

Our student-athletes bring home State, Sectional, and Conference Championships on a regular basis while representing the school community with pride.

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