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Three Naz baseball players sign letters of intent

Published: Friday, Nov. 15, 2013 12:24 p.m. CDT • Updated: Monday, Nov. 18, 2013 3:49 p.m. CDT
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Nazareth baseball players Timothy DalPorto (left), Daniel Rybski (middle) and Peter Minella (right) pose for a photo after signing to play in college

LA GRANGE PARK – Three Nazareth Academy baseball players signed letters of intent to continue their careers in college.

Timothy DalPorto, from Westchester, signed for Kent State and Peter Minella, from Western Springs, signed for Western Illinois.

Chicago resident Daniel Rybski signed an NAIA letter of commitment for Indiana Institute of Technology.

DalPorto will enter his fourth year on the Roadrunners' varsity this spring. He was an honorable mention all-area and all-conference shortstop last year.

Minella has already played two years on the Nazareth varsity team. He won three consecutive playoff games last spring in Nazareth’s drive to a sectional championship.

Rybski transferred to Nazareth from Mt. Carmel last year.

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