College signings

Jacob Deterline: Lancaster Bible soccer

Name: Jacob Deterline

High school: Altoona Area

Hometown: Altoona

Sport: Soccer

Position: Goalkeeper

College choice: Lancaster Bible

Other colleges considered: Bloomsburg, Slippery Rock

Why I picked Lancaster Bible: “I picked LBC because I am a follower of Jesus Christ, and I want to use my talent to honor and glorify him.”

Greatest high school achievement: “Being able to make it to the District 6 championship game my senior year.”

Coach Dave McCarter’s quote: “Jake took extraordinary talent and drive to become a fantastic goalie and leader.”

How I got my start playing soccer: “I started playing soccer when my parents signed me up for AYSO when I was little.”

Favorite college growing up: Penn State

Other interests: Playing the piano, hanging with friends

What getting to play in college means to me: “I get to continue to play the game I love, which most people don’t get a chance to do after high school.”

Probable college major: Secondary education math

Parents: Michael and Christine Deterline

Zachary Clark: Pitt-Johnstown wrestling

Name: Zachary Clark

High school: Northern Bedford

Hometown: Everett

Sport: Wrestling

Weight: 126

College choice: Pitt-Johnstown

Other colleges considered: Penn Tech, West Virginia

Why I picked UPJ: “Because it is close to home and has my intended major, as well as, I have a chance to wrestle there.”

Greatest high school achievement: Winning three District wrestling titles

Coach Brian Dutchcot’s quote: “Zach’s a great kid. He’s everything you want in a wrestler. He has that leadership ability, and he works hard inside the practice room, outside the practice room and academically.”

How I got my start wrestling: “When my Uncle David took me to my first practice while I was in preschool, and then my dad got me started again in first grade.”

Favorite college growing up: Penn State

Other interests: Hunting, fishing, hanging out with friends

What getting to play in college means to me: “It means that I have a chance to continue competing in the sport that I love and enjoy.”

Probable college major: Mechanical engineering

Parents: Marl and Sheila Clark