NTL BOYS' CROSS-COUNTRY: WYALUSING'S LAUDERMILCH HEADLINES BC ALL-STAR TEAM
(2021-11-02)Northern Tier Sports Report
Wyalusingâ€™s Zion Laudermilch was the District IV, Class A runner-up, and earned his second straight state medal this past season. All that success has him headlining the Bradford County Boysâ€™ Cross-country All-Stars as the Runner of the Year.
NEBâ€™s Creed Dewing had a strong season, and finished stronger, earning a state medal as a freshman, making him the Newcomer of the Year.
Both Athens and Wyalusing had good individual seasons. The Wildcats beat everybody in the NTL besides CV in Division-I, while the Rams went on to win another Division-II title. The Rams also took second at districts to qualify for states, with Athens being top five in Class AA for District IV. Both coaching staffs are the Co-Coaching Staffs of the Year.
The first team consists of Laudermilch, Creed, Athensâ€™ Matt Gorsline, Ethan Denlinger, and Kyle Anthony, and Wyalusingâ€™s Eleazar Laudermilch, and Jeremy Clouser.
On the second team are Towandaâ€™s Eric McGee, Nate Spencer, and Luke Tavani, Troyâ€™s Lance Heasley and Seth Seymour, Athensâ€™ Carter Lewis, and NEBâ€™s Ryan Jones.
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