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In this file photo, Homestead's Caleb Swanigan grabs one of his 13 rebounds during a March 22 game.
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Homestead’s Swanigan says he’ll graduate in ’15

Homestead High School will apparently not have Caleb Swanigan around as long as planned.

Swanigan, the Spartans' standout 6-foot-8 junior center, announced via Twitter he would be reclassifying, taking extra classes in the summer and fall in order to graduate next spring, a year ahead of time.

“I have reclassified to the 2015 class a lot of extra schoolwork but defiantly (sic) worth it,” Swanigan tweeted.

Swanigan averaged 20 points and 12 rebounds last season for the Spartans, and has slimmed down for the AAU season.

A third-team All-State selection as a sophomore, he's lost 15 pounds, which has done nothing to slow the offers that come his way from around the country.

Notre Dame, Louisville, UCLA, Iowa and Penn State recently extended offers to Swanigan, who already had gotten offers from Indiana, Michigan State, Georgetown and Tennessee. He's also received interest, but no offers as yet, from Kentucky, Ohio State and Purdue.

Softball

CARROLL 4, HOMESTEAD 2: Katy Guebard pitched a six-hitter and Mackenzie DiPrimio went 3-for-4 with a run and an RBI as the Chargers took command of the NHC race.

BISHOP DWENGER 13, BISHOP LUERS 0: Demitra Burns pitched a two-hit shutout and struck out seven and Kristina Burkhardt went 4-for-4 with four doubles, seven RBI and three runs scored for the Saints.

LAKEWOOD PARK CHRISTIAN 9, LAKELAND 0: Mikeila Boroff spun a two-hitter and struck out 12 and also went 2-for-3 at the plate for Lakewood Park. Hannah Priskorn went 3-for-5 with three RBI.

Baseball

LEO 11, NEW HAVEN 5: Chase Kinslow threw five innings of two-hit baseball and the Lions used a nine-run third to put away the Bulldogs.

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