Boardman High School senior Brooke Bailey has signed a national letter of intent to swim at the United States Air Force Academy.
She is the daughter of Jerry and Chris Bailey, and her brother, Ryan, is a sophomore at the United States Naval Academy where he is a member of the midshipmen’s swim team.
Brooke carries a 4.0 gpa where she is a pending Academic All-American; is a member of the National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society and a Link Crew Commissioner.
She has earned four varsity swimming letters, holds six school records, and is a three- time state qualifier. She has earned All Federal League first team selection three years, and North East Aquatic Conference All Star Team laurels for three years.
Her high school coaches are Terry O’Halloran, Carlo Cordon and Chad DeAngelo.
“Brooke Bailey is an outstanding citizen, student, and athlete. She is driven to succeed in and out of the pool. She loves to give her best in high pressure situations. She is an outstanding team leader. Anyone who knows her will sleep better at night knowing she is training to protect our country,” Boardman head swim coach O’Halloran said.