(CROSWELL-LEXINGTON) -- It was National Signing Day Wednesday and two Croswell-Lexington Seniors have signed with Siena Heights to play football. Senior Quarterback Nathan Guitar and Joey Mini, the offensive lineman who anchored the Pioneer line, earned scholarships to play for Siena Heights. In a ceremony held in the school cafeteria Wednesday they made it official with the signing of their scholarship papers in front of the football team, their parents, and coach. Guitar is expected to shift his talents to Wide Receiver while Mini hopes to anchor the Offensive line for Siena. The standout players helped their team to win a district championship this year and the first 11 and 0 start in school history.