DC College Signing Day 2018
Five Dayton Christian High School seniors signed to play collegiate level sports yesterday at DC’s annual College Signing Day.
Henry Danishek signed to wrestle with Otterbein University. Danishek was a two-time state qualifier who placed 8th at state this year. Danishek will study business at Otterbein. He was named “Most Valuable Wrestler” at the 2018 Milton Union Invitational and he holds the record for the fastest pin in an Ohio High School Athletic Association sectional tournament with a time of 0:.05 seconds. That sectional pin will also be listed in the record books as tie for the third fastest pin in OHSAA history. (The current record is 0.03.)
Kiana Klein will play soccer for the University of Louisville, a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference of the NCAA, where she will study business. During her career at Dayton Christian, Klein earned All Conference and All Area honors her freshmen and junior years. Her sophomore year, Klein made the second team All State team and was named Metro Buckeye Conference Player of the Year. She also played for the club team Cincinnati Development Academy.
Sam Skujins signed to play soccer for Lourdes University. During her tenure on the Warrior soccer team, Sam made second team All Conference, earned the Servant Award, and received the Academic Excellence Award. Skujins also played for the Ohio Galaxies. She will study physical therapy at Lourdes.
JT Thornhill will play football for Indiana Wesleyan University where he will enter the pre-med program. JT played wide receiver on the Warrior football team, two-time Miami Valley Conference (Gray Division) Champions and was named to the first team All Conference, first team All District and received an All State honorable Mention.
Seth Yunker signed to play football for Anderson University where he will play linebacker and also study national security. Yunker holds several school records: most tackles in a season (132) and most fumble recoveries in a game (3). He was named the Defensive Player of the Year for the Miami Valley Conference Gray Division. Yunker has racked up numerous other honors: first team All Conference, first team All District, second team All State, and the Miami Valley Conference (Gray Division) Defensive Player of the Year.
Congratulations to all our Warriors and we wish you the best for your collegiate athletic career!