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Rye Native, Now Rival, Prepares for Prom

By next month, he’ll be a Harrison High School graduate and by the end of the year he’ll be well into his college career at Nashville’s Vanderbilt University. But on Thursday, former Rye resident Nick Lovinger couldn’t have sounded more excited about that night’s prom.“It’s crazy,” he said. “I’m just trying to take it all in and enjoy my last couple of weeks. Senior year has been really fun.”Though he was born in Rye and spent some of his earliest years in London with family, Lovinger said he was thankful to call Harrison home.“It’s a tight community,” he said. “I’ve always felt it had great people and good schools.”Lovinger said he plans on studying economics while at Vanderbilt, but isn’t limiting himself just yet.“There are a ton of things I want to do there,” he said. “I’m going to take different classes, explore and see what’s out there.”Brian Lobel is also a Harrison senior and grew up with Lovinger. The two met while attending Purchase Elementary school. Lobel will be attending the State University of New York at Albany in the fall.“He’s a great kid and he has a good future,” he said. “He has a good head on him.”Lovinger played first base for the Harrison High School baseball team, something he called “the best part of high school.” He said he plans on pursuing the sport in college. His younger brother Tom, a sophomore at Harrison, also plays football, a sport his brother doesn’t plan on missing.“I’ll still be at the rivalry Harrison and Rye games for my brother,” Lovinger said. “My group is always in the stands cheering them on. We’re probably the most annoying fans in the section.”

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