Kennett High School Student-Athlete to Play Division I Lacrosse

Kennett High School senior John Finfrock signed his National Letter of Intent to play Division I lacrosse at Towson University in Towson, Maryland.Finfrock signs his National Letter of Intent.

John (sitting middle) was surrounded by his parents, Mark Finfrock (sitting left) and Claire Finfrock (sitting right), as well as by (standing from left) principal Dr. Jeremy Hritz, coach Mr. Mike McConomy, athletic director Mr. Sean Harvey, and former coach Mr. Sean Tischler.

As a three sport athlete, John has had a very successful athletic career to date. He has played lacrosse for seven years. As a strong and strategic midfielder, John has played an important role on the Kennett High School boys lacrosse team.

In addition to lacrosse, John also is a three-year member of the Kennett High School’s football team and a two-year member of the school’s track and field team.

In his free time, John helps coach the Blue Demons lacrosse team.

John would like to thank his teammates, coaches, and family for their support throughout his time as a Kennett High School Blue Demon.

John has been accepted into the Allied Health Sciences program at Towson University.