Spring Athletic Signings at Loveland High School features six who commit to continuing athletics during their college career

NEWS RELEASE: Susanne Quigley, Chief Information Officer (Edited for Loveland Beacon by Chuck Gibson) 

LOVELAND, OH (April 15, 2020) – It could have been tax day, after all, it is the 15th of April, but in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic closure, it was a whole lot better than that for six LHS student-athletes and their families. It was Spring Signing Day!

Six student-athletes from Loveland High School have committed to play their sport at the collegiate level (top, left to right): Connor Patton with family; Jacob Cotsonas with family; (bottom, left to right): Katlyn Kramer, Andrew Gwynn and Nathan Holman. (Iyon Davis is not pictured.) (Provided) 

It was a day of celebration for students and families as the six LHS student-athletes made their collegiate athletic future official signing with six different colleges throughout Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.  Three will continue their football careers on the college gridiron, one in the gym on the wrestling mat, one on the soccer pitch, and rounding out the group another will continue on the college softball diamond. 

The Loveland City School District administration, LHS administration, faculty, and athletic department join together offering congratulations to each for their demonstration of success in the classroom and on their respective athletic competition playing field. Congratulations for the commitment to continue their athletic careers in college to the following Loveland High School student-athletes: 


Katlyn Kramer committed to continue playing softball at Otterbein University 

Jake Costonas (surrounded by family) signed to continue wrestling at University of Mount Union

Connor Patton, surrounded by his family, signed to play soccer at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology


Nate Holman committed to continue his football career in college at Heidelberg University

Andrew Gwynn signed to continue his football career in college at Thomas More University

Each photo was submitted separately courtesy of the Student-Athlete and his/her family. 

About Loveland City Schools

The Loveland City School District is a progressive, vibrant educational institution committed to being a destination school district exemplified through a dedicated approach to the complete student experience: excellent academics, exceptional arts and premier athletics. The district covers more than 15 miles and overlaps three counties – Hamilton, Clermont and Warren – surrounds the City of Loveland and reaches into Symmes, Goshen, Hamilton and Miami Townships, serving a population of 50,000 residents, including the City of Loveland.

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