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Three St. John Paul II athletes sign with colleges

HUNTSVILLE – Three seniors at St. John Paul II Catholic High School or JPII have signed letters to play sports at the collegiate level.

Seniors Iain Griggs, J.P. Ross and Dom Zana will continue their athletic careers in college.

Iain Griggs earned a golf scholarship from Birmingham-Southern College. J.P. Ross will continue his football career at the U.S. Military Academy Prep School. Dom Zana earned a football/track and field scholarship to play at Birmingham-Southern College.

A signing ceremony was held at JPII for these three students in April.

St. John Paul II Catholic High School’s campus address is 7301 Old Madison Pike NW in Huntsville, just east of Madison’s city limits. For more information, call 256-430-1760, ext. 150 or visit jp2falcons.org.

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