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SHS soccer and wrestling co-captains sign on to play at collegiate level

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  Family members, coaches, mentors and school officials congratulated two student athletes who signed on to play sports in college, at Saugus High School on Wednesday. They celebrated Chase Ledbury, who will attend Trinity College for wrestling, and Madison Goyetche, who will attend Nichols College for soccer.

Teammates and Head Coach Christopher Coviello wished Maddie Goyetche well.
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Student athletes Chase Ledbury and Maddie Goyetche
Proud parents Pamela and Todd Ledbury wished their son Chase well.
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Madison Goyetche said she is excited to play soccer with her friend, Falyn Hunt, who plays soccer on the town league, the Shadows.
Co-Captain Chase Ledbury signed on to wrestle at Trinity College in Connecticut. He is shown at Saugus High School on Wednesday surrounded by Head Coach Wayne Moda, father Todd, mother Pamela, Asst. Coaches Yves Lamitie and Joseph Alba, Academic Tutor Deb Mallon, Fitness Trainer Doug Clark, Team Co-Capt. Andrew Erickson and Boosters Club President Kelly Erickson.
Co-Captain Madison Goyetche signed on to play soccer at Nichols College in Dudley. She is shown surrounded by her mother, Colleen, father, Andy, brother, Travis, aunt, Melissa McLeod, and grandfather, John McLeod, at Saugus High School on Wednesday.
Head Girls Soccer Coach Christopher Coviello congratulated Madison Goyetche.
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Chase Ledbury said he is excited to wrestle in college, adding that he has so much more to learn.
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On Wednesday family members were all smiles as Maddie Goyetche signed on to play soccer at Nichols College in Dudley. (Advocate photos by Tara Vocino)

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