Marvin Ridge celebrates big signing day

Mavericks lacrosse coach Kevin Mack (far right) had three players sign to play college lacrosse.

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Marvin Ridge High School had 12 athletes from eight different sports sign their national letter of intent on National Signing Day on Nov. 8.

Mavericks lacrosse coach Kevin Mack (far right) had three players sign to play college lacrosse.

JC Ciaramella, Rutgers University – Wrestling.

Natalie Ford, Campbell University – Swimming.

Sydney Haynes, University of Nebraska Omaha – Swimming.

Abby Heiskell, University of Michigan – Gymnastics.

Emma Kendrick, Liberty University – Lacrosse.

Connor Klingenberg, Colby College – Lacrosse.

Aidan Lassiter, Lenoir-Rhyne University – Lacrosse.

Carly Owens, University of South Carolina – Beach Volleyball.

Cameron Renner, Furman University – Lacrosse.

Stephen Ridge, UNC Wilmington – Baseball.

Stephen Ridge signed to play baseball at North Carolina-Wilmington.

Julia Seibold, Florida Institute of Technology – Crew.

Noelle Soldo, Western Carolina University – Volleyball

Marvin Ridge had 12 athletes sign their national letter of intent on Nov. 8.
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Paul Nielsen
Nielsen was a sports writer for what is now the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette for nearly 32 years before moving to North Carolina in February 2016. At the Democrat-Gazette, Nielsen's primary responsibility was beat coverage for Rogers High School. Rogers is a Class 7A school located in Northwest Arkansas.
Nielsen, a University of Arkansas graduate, covered the Northwest Arkansas Naturals Minor League Baseball team from 2008-2015. The Naturals are the Double-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals.
Nielsen has experience covering University of Arkansas athletics, including NCAA Tournament basketball games and several football bowl games. He also covered amateur and professional golf tournaments in Northwest Arkansas.
Nielsen lives in Matthews with his wife, Susan. He can be reached at