By Bruce Wallace

Eagles athletes are headed to college to compete at a higher level….with higher expectations.

A growing number of SoBoCo High School Eagles are trading their red and black school colors for new college uniforms this next season. But those athletes are finding the off-season workouts to be rigorous and their college with high expectations, but not a lot of hands-on control. The college message is clear: Work to get yourself in shape and make yourself better – on your own. The Journal caught up with three former Eagles athletes who are working to get ready for their first college season in three different sports.

IAN MEENTEMEYER – One of the most prolific goal scorers in Eagles soccer history, Ian Meentemeyer will be heading to Central College in Pella, Iowa to play for the Dutch this fall.

KATIE PRICE – Price with pitch for the Westminster Blue Jay next season. An infielder and pitcher for the Eagles, Price said she is looking forward to playing next spring.

GAGE SCHUPP – Schupp left the Eagles basketball program on the career leader board in several categories, and one of the few players to ever record a triple-double.

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