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White Sox recognize four high school players

The Chicago White Sox recognized four local baseball players in the Sox ACE Program at a special college signing day ceremony at Guranteed Rate Field on Nov. 14.

The Chicago White Sox recognized four local baseball players in the Sox ACE Program at a special college signing day ceremony at Guranteed Rate Field on Nov. 14.
 
  H-F senior Jacob Schroeder
  attended the ACE Program
  signing day, committing to
  Northern Illinois University. 
  
(Mary Compton photos/H-F
  Chronicle)
 

Jacob Schroeder of Homewood-Flossmoor High School and Angelo Cantelo, Pierce Jones and Cameron Bufford of Marian Catholic High School were part of the White Sox ACE Program that offered special training to improve their baseball abilities.

They were among 20 area players to join the program this year.
 

The Sox Amateur City Elite (ACE) Program gives talented young players the opportunity to play baseball in highly competitive groups on a traveling team. ACE also has an elite practice and competition schedule, and the students receive academic direction to prepare them for success both on and off the field.
 
Schroeder and Jones signed letters of commitment to Northern Illinois University, Cantelo will play for Lewis University and Bufford will play for Grambling State University.
  Marian Catholic High School baseball coach Tony
  DeCarlo got to congratulate three of his players,
  from left, Angelo Cantelo, Pierce Jones and Cameron
  Bufford who will play baseball in college after being
  part of the Chicago White Sox ACE Program. 

 

 

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