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La Salle Athletic Department announced today that three Lancer student athletes signed National Letters of Intent to continue their academic and athletic careers at the next level.

The signing class includes two-time Football State Champions Brody Ingle and Garrett Bledsoe and 2018 State Cross Country Tournament Qualifier Nick Vogt.

Brody Ingle is staying in Cincinnati, signing with the University of Cincinnati football program. He intends to major in Business. Brody has received many recognitions throughout his career as a Lancer including 2-time First Team GCL, 2nd Team All Tri-State, and 3rd Team All-Ohio. In addition to his athletic accomplishments, he has also earned First Honors every quarter since his sophomore year. While at La Salle, Brody has participated in over 330 service hours including the Canned Food Drive and a LYSIT trip to Give Kids the World. He is part of a line of Lancers including brothers Beau (2005), Ben (2011), and Bryan (2015). He also has a sister, Brooke. His parents are Steve and Terri Ingle. The family resides in West Harrison, IN. They are members of St. John the Baptist Harrison Parish.

Garrett Bledsoe has signed with the University of Albany football program and plans to major in Education. He has earned many awards during his Lancer years including 2-time First Team GCL, First Team All-District and was voted team captain this year. He has participated in several service activities through La Salle including the Canned Food Drive. His parents are Amy Schaefer and Josh Bledsoe. Garrett lives in Green Township.

Nick Vogt has signed with Vinncenes University (IN) for cross country and plans to major in Aviation Flight Technology. He has earned several recognitions during his cross country career including First Team GCL and Northgate Ford Athlete of the Month. Nick has earned Honor Roll 10 out of the 13 quarters he has been at La Salle and earned All-State Academic recognition. He is also very active with service with over 130 hours earned from the Canned Food Drive, tutoring, GoDoGood, and other service programs. His parents are Mike and Cindy Vogt. He has one brother, Sam (2018). The family lives in Lawrenceburg, IN and attend St. Lawrence (IN) Church.

La Salle High School is located at 3091 W. North Bend Rd. in Green Township and has served students from Greater Cincinnati since 1960. The school website is www.lasallehs.net. Follow us on Twitter at @LaSallePride and Facebook at facebook.com/CincinnatiLaSalle.

MISSION: As a Catholic School in the Lasallian tradition, La Salle High School prepares young men to achieve their full potential in body, mind and spirit.

VISION: Students will be guided to live as disciples of Jesus Christ.

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