ODESSA, N.Y. (WENY) - Odessa-Montour High School athletes Daniel Lewis, Hannah Nolan, Victoria Brewster, and Jon Spencer committed to playing their sport in college. 

Daniel Lewis plays baseball, basketball, and football at Odessa-Montour. He chose to continue his baseball career at Alfred State. The Pioneers are 6-1 overall so far this season and finished 11-5 last season in the AMCC. 

"Baseball has always been my passion," Lewis said. "I've played it since I was four. My coaches have helped me along the way. They've pushed me along the way so that has really helped." 

Hannah Nolan competes in soccer, basketball and track for the Grizzlies. She will be playing soccer at SUNY Cortland and plans to major in Conservation Biology. The Red Dragons soccer program ranked 20th in the country this past season. When asked why shoe chose soccer over basketball, Nolan said that soccer was especially close to her heart. 

"I've been playing soccer since I was four," Nolan said. "I started basketball in third grade. So, soccer has just always been there and I really enjoy it. Academically and athletically, it was a pretty great fit for me," Nolan said about SUNY Cortland. "It had the exact major I was looking for and the soccer team is really strong." 

Victoria Brewster plays on the O-M soccer team with Nolan, but will be competing in Track and Field at Houghton University where she will be able to run both indoors and outdoors. Brewster's parents and her brother attended Houghton, so she knew it was where she wanted to be. 

"I kind of knew I always wanted to go to Houghton because I've been visiting it since I was little and I have gone there so many times," Brewster said. "My brother actually just this past semester from Houghton. So, I kind of of always knew that I wanted to go there, and they were just very encouraging about that. They let me know that I was making the right decision." 

Jon Spencer is also following his parents in attending Roberts Wesleyan for swimming. The Redhawks competed in the Metropolitan Championships at the end of February and finished with 458.4 points. Spencer explained the excitement around signing day. 

"It's very exciting," Nolan said. "This is one of the first times I'm being interviewed. I chose Roberts because it was a good Christian college and I love the campus there. My parents, they all went there."