Former Waynesboro All-Star to Attend HCC
Hagerstown, Md. - Shippensburg
University transfer and former Waynesboro High School graduate, Jonah Smith,
recently committed to attend Hagerstown Community College for the fall 2013
a 2011 graduate of Waynesboro High School in Pennsylvania, led the Indians to a
10-7 record his senior year. A three-year varsity starter, he played holding
midfield, attacking midfield, and striker. He finished his high school career with
six goals and 18 assists for 30 points.
year on varsity, Smith was named to the Mid-Penn Colonial Division Team. His
sophomore season, he was selected second team, while his junior and senior
years he earned first team honors. Smith was also awarded with Public Opinion
first team honors in 2011. Following his senior year, he played in the Four
Diamonds All-Star game, representing Pennsylvania in the annual contest.
was also a varsity member on the wrestling team for the Indians. Upon
graduation, he attended Shippensburg University.
Smith is currently the only recruit from Pennsylvania this
year for the Hawks, but he joins Washington County player Yusuf Bodirov and
West Virginia native, Ethan Waters. Akheem Riley, Edgar Rivas, Dillon Eyler,
Leland Creadick, and Jusseth Velazquez have already committed from Frederick County.
had recruited Jonah out of high school, because of his excellent work rate,
first touch, and vision on the ball,” stated head coach Brian Eichelberger. “He ultimately went to SU and we were happy to
have him back in the spring this year. We look forward to him joining the
program and contributing at a few different positions for us.”