LBHS Athletes Sign National Letters of Intent

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Three of Long Beach High School’s stellar senior athletes have committed to college sports teams. Emma Pfaff, Sarah Reznick and Jacori Teemer signed National Letters of Intent on Nov. 16, when they were congratulated by administrators, coaches and parents during a celebratory event.

Emma will join the Lacrosse Team at Boston University, Jacori will participate on the Wrestling Team at Arizona State University and Sarah will play on the Lacrosse Team at the University of Florida. All three athletes have impressive resumes and success stories.

Captain of the varsity lacrosse team, Emma achieved All-Conference status during her sophomore and junior years and was named Rookie of the Year as a freshman. She was recently recognized as a school-level Wendy’s High School Heisman award for her soccer, track and lacrosse participation and academic excellence. 

Sarah earned All-American distinction in spring of 2017 and was an All-American Honorable Mention in 2016. A starter on the varsity team since the seventh grade, she has also received an Unsung Hero award, All-County recognition and inclusion in Newsday’s top 100 players to watch and Inside Lacrosse magazine’s top ten lists.

Jacori has brought immense pride to the Long Beach wrestling team and community. This past September, he achieved a third-place victory in the World Wrestling Championships held in Athens, Greece. He is currently aiming to become the first five-time New York State Champion in Long Island history and only the second wrestler in the state to win five titles.