Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School held signing ceremonies for our spring student-athletes inside the Library on the high school campus last week. The Knights celebrated the signing of Miles Rice (Point University) on Wednesday, May 7, and John Haynes and Abby Rohde both committed to attend Huntingdon College on Thursday, May 8.
Miles Rice, a 3A area 4 all tournament selection, will play college basketball at Point University in West Point Georgia. Miles led the team in rebounds per game and was second on the team in points scored per game and blocked shots. Rice was also selected MVP for the LAMP basketball team his Sophomore season. Miles Rice received the coaches award at Montgomery Catholic this past season. Rice is the son of Arketa and James Rice of Montgomery.
John Haynes will join the Huntingdon College wrestling team next year. He has received the ALFA Corporate Partnership Grant for his academic achievements. He has attended MCPS for four years, played football for four years and baseball for one year, wrestled for three years, and a member of the track & field team for four years. John has been the captain of the football and wrestling team and received the MCPS Coaches award in wrestling. Haynes is the son of Leigh and Chris Haynes of Montgomery.
Abby Rohde will join the Huntingdon College Volleyball team next year. She received a the President A.A. Lipscomb Academic Scholarship. Rohde has attended MCPS since kindergarten. She has played volleyball since the fifth grade including three years on the Knights varsity volleyball team. Rohde received the Coaches award, she was named MVP for the Montgomery Catholic Knights and she was a member of the Junior Olympics team. Rohde is the daughter of Brenda and Chuck Rohde.
Haynes, Rice and Rohde join Anthony Thomas (Basketball, Faulkner State University) Sydney O’Connor (softball at the University of Mobile), James Sherman (football at Texas State) and Kirstin Wood (softball at Martin Methodist College) who will continue their athletic careers in the fall at the college level.