Marcus Brown, a senior at Engineering and Science, has accepted a scholarship to play basketball at East Stroudsburg University.
The 6-foot-4 guard and forward was named to the all-state first team by the Associated Press last season and finished his career with 1,107 points.
At Spring-Ford, senior Ashley Wood signed to play basketball at Kutztown University. A three-sport athlete - she plays basketball, lacrosse, and field hockey - Wood was team captain in all three sports as a senior.
The King's College football program announced the addition of three local players: Father Judge's Matthew Schule, Bishop McDevitt's John McCormick, and Lansdale Catholic's Kevin Miller.
Schule is a 6-1, 205-pound all-Catholic League center who served as captain for the Crusaders last season. His older brother, Jim, will be a senior captain for the King's men's basketball team in 2009-10.
McCormick is a 5-11, 228-pound all-Catholic League center and defensive end.
Miller is a 5-10, 195-pound guard, defensive tackle, and linebacker. The three-year letter winner was named to the all-Catholic second team last season.
At Malvern Prep, Matt McCullough will run cross-country and track for Cornell, and Matt Willcox will run for the University of Scranton.
Both runners were members of the Inter-Ac League's cross-country championship teams in 2006, '07 and '08, and the league's track and field championship teams in '08 and '09.
Malvern Prep was undefeated in Inter-Ac cross-country dual meets during their tenures.
DelGrande chosen. Chestnut Hill Academy has named Michael J. DelGrande as its athletic director.