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Saturday, April 19, 2014
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Two Mepham High School seniors headed for college ball
Scott Brinton/Herald
Mepham senior Nicole Stackpole will play lacrosse for C.W. Post. She is pictured here with her parents, front row, Naomi and Michael, and, back row, from left, Carne, Harrington, Mepham lacrosse coach Geraldine O’Brien and Muscara.

Two Mepham High School seniors recently signed their letters of intent to play college sports at the C.W. Post campus of Long Island University, which has a Division II athletics program. They are 18-year-old Nicole Stackpole, who is a star on the Mepham girls’ lacrosse team and who was recruited to play attack for Post, and 17-year-old Joseph Aliberti, a member of the Mepham football team who was recruited for Post’s offensive line.

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