A weekly look at some local seniors who have decided where they will continue their educations and athletic careers.

Atlantic City lineman Grant Nulty will play for Ursinus, an NCAA Division III school in Collegeville, Pa. Nulty was a three-year starter for the Vikings. He plans to major in finance.

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St. Joseph High School basketball guard Charles Riccardi will play for Rowan University. Riccardi averaged 15.8 points, made 62 3-pointers and shot 84 percent from the foul line during the 2013-14 season.

Lacey Township quarterback Tom Kelly will play for Carnegie Mellon University, a Division III school in Pittsburgh. Kelly was accepted into Carnegie Mellon's prestigious School of Business. The 6-foot-1, 195-pound Kelly threw for 1,652 yards and 19 touchdowns last fall.

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