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Senior athlete Jennifer Scro is pictured with (l-r) mother Susan Scro, MacArthur High School Principal Kathleen Valentino, coach Kerry Schaefer and district athletic director Keith Snyder. Credit: Liz Sobel, Syntax
Senior athlete Jennifer Scro is pictured with (l-r) mother Susan Scro, MacArthur High School Principal Kathleen Valentino, coach Kerry Schaefer and district athletic director Keith Snyder. Credit: Liz Sobel, Syntax
Story by Elizabeth Sobel, Syntax.

Three senior-athletes from Levittown’s MacArthur High School will continue their sports careers on the college level after having signed National Letters of Intent to play soccer.  

Jennifer Scro has signed with the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and players Christina Cottone and Samantha DiClemente will play for Dowling College.

This season, Jennifer received the designation of All-County player and scholar-athlete. In addition to playing soccer, she is a member of the varsity basketball team. Jennifer has also succeeded in academics as a member of the National Honor Society and National World Honor Society, in addition to being named an Advanced Placement Scholar. When not playing on the soccer field, Jennifer participates in Peer Leaders and Key Club and walks in cancer fundraising events.  

Christina’s passion is for soccer. She has been a starter for the team this season and is looking forward to testing her skills at the collegiate level. In addition to playing for MacArthur High School, Christina also plays for the East Meadow Elite Clubs National League, a competitive forum for the nation’s elite players.  

Samantha is a four-year starter for the varsity soccer team and has been designated an All-Class and All-Conference player. When she is not competing on the MacArthur High School field, she is playing for the East Meadow United U-18 team. She has also taken an interest in participating in school activities which highlight autism awareness.    

The district congratulates these senior-athletes on their accomplishments and wishes them continued success in the years to come. 

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