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Central York's Rohrbaugh, Sepic, Haldeman make college signings

Three Central York High School athletes made their college signings recently. All three, Dan Sepic, Max Haldeman and Taylor Rohrbaugh, are spring sports athletes in their senior years.

Sepic recently signed his National Letter of Intent to play baseball for Indiana University of Pennsylvania. For the past six years, Sepic played travel baseball for the Mason-Dixon Ruffnecks and Mid-Atlantic Rookies Showcase baseball teams. In 2013, Sepic was chosen to represent Pennsylvania on the Big 26 Baseball Team. Sepic is involved in many extracurricular activities, including the Peoples’ Bank Apprenticeship Program and is a Special Olympics volunteer.

Central York's Max Haldeman recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play lacrosse for Coach Don Zimmerman and the Division I UMBC Retrievers. During his high school career, Haldeman was named a 2013 High School All-American, a Nike Blue Chip selection and a three-time YAIAA all-star. He will major in economics.

Central York softball player Taylor Rohrbaugh recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play softball for LaSalle University. Rohrbaugh was named a two-time YAIAA Player of the Year and was named to the all-state second team in 2013.