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LOCALS IN COLLEGE: SEVERAL LOCALS SUITING UP AT THE NEXT LEVEL (2022-09-19)

Northern Tier Sports Report
College athletics having gotten into the groove, along with high school, and here are some locals competing at that level.

FOOTBALL

Canton’s Timmy Ward recently got in a game for Rutgers. Ward played during the Scarlett Knights’ win over Wagner. Rutgers is 3-0, and will host Iowa on Saturday.


Towanda’s Trent Kithcart and Canton’s Caiden Williams both got to play for Lycoming in their loss to Susquehanna. The Warriors are now 1-1 on the season.


Troy’s Mason Imbt (St. Francis) and Jack Imbt (Marist) are on their school’s football rosters. Both teams are 1-2.


MEN’S SOCCER

NEB’s Gavin Merritt has played in five games for Wilkes there, including one start in a 3-1 win over PSU-Berks. Wilkes is 2-3-1 on the season.


NEB’s Collin Cowles has played two games for Keystone College, and started in a loss against Dickinson. Keystone is 1-4 on the year.


Troy’s Wyatt Hodlofski is on the Lycoming roster, with the Warriors 3-1-3 so far this year.


VOLLEYBALL

A Wyalusing trio are playing at the next level. Sage Superko has seen action for Keystone, getting 27 kills, 20 digs, and three blocks on the year. Keystone is 3-6 so far this season.


Lylah Oswald has recorded a kill and a dig for Wikes this year, who is 1-8 on the season.


Emily Girven is on the Mount Aloysius College roster. The Mounties are 2-10 on the season.


MEN’S CROSS-COUNTRY

NEB graduate Luke Tice recently ran at the Misericordia Invitational for Clarks Summit University. Tice was 40th overall with a time of 16:41.60.


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Canton's Timmy Ward - PHOTO COURTESY OF RUTGER'S UNIVERSITY



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