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6 Bulldogs Sign Letters of Intent

The Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School athletes announced where they will play college sports.

College sports-bound RFH seniors Schuyler DeBree and Bridget Miles, left to right in front row, and Eamon Kitson, Donald Bedell, Peter Righi, and Jason Bryan left to right in back row. Credt: Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School
College sports-bound RFH seniors Schuyler DeBree and Bridget Miles, left to right in front row, and Eamon Kitson, Donald Bedell, Peter Righi, and Jason Bryan left to right in back row. Credt: Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School
Six Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School student-athletes signed letters of intent at a ceremony on Wednesday, the school announced.

The National Letter of Intent serves as a binding agreement between student-athletes and their collegiate sports programs. The letter, signed on what is known as National Signing Day, marks the last step in the recruitment and commitment process. 

Donald Bedell, who appears at number 23 in The Star-Ledger list of New Jersey's Top 50 Senior Recruits, will be a defensive end for the Rutgers University football team. 

Bedell, who stands 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 230 pounds, made a verbal commitment to the Scarlet Knights in June 2013.

His RFH teammate Peter Righi, a 6'3" 285-pound offensive lineman, signed his National Letter of Intent to play for Monmouth University in West Long Branch. 

Girls soccer midfielder Schuyler DeBree -- named Player of the Year by the Asbury Park Press this past fall -- will play for Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.

Eamon Kitson, also named Asbury Park Press Player of the Year this past season for his success as a forward on the RFH boys soccer team, will be on the roster for University of Vermont.

Bridget Miles, who played center back on the RFH girls field hockey team, made it official for Fairfield University in Connecticut.

And Jason Bryan, who recently smashed the Central Jersey Group 2 shot put record with a personal-best of 60-0, will join the Rutgers University track and field team.

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