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NTL CROSS-COUNTRY: NEB'S DEWING, LAUDERMILCH LEAD BC ALL-STARS (2022-11-22)

Northern Tier Sports Report
Northeast Bradford had quite the season for both boys and girls on the cross-country course this year as both won league and district titles.

The girls were led by Gracelyn Laudermilch, who went undefeated in the NTL, and was the runner-up at districts. She is Bradford County Cross-country All-Stars girls’ Runner of the Year.


Her teammate Anaiah Kolesar was consistently behind her, taking third at districts, and even earning a state medal. Kolesar is the girls’ Newcomer of the Year.


After going undefeated in the NTL, winning the NTL Coaches’ Invite, and claiming a district title, Panther coach Adam Russell, and his staff, are the girls’ Coaching Staff of the Year.


The first team consists of Laudermilch, and Kolesar, Athens’ Sarah Bronson and Emma Bronson, Troy’s Alyssa Parks, and Wyalusing’s Kayla Beebe and Megan King.


On the second team are the NEB trio of Lilah Hughes, Amelia Kapr, and Melanie Shumway, Canton’s Camille McRoberts, Wyalusing’s Kira Allen, and Kassandra Kerin, Towanda’s Marisa Wise, Athens’ Thea Bentley, and Troy’s Katie Lackey.


This year’s top newcomers are Kolesar and teammate Makenna Callear, along with King and Porter from Wyalusing.


On the boys’ side Creed Dewing led the Panthers to a league title, and a district title, while taking sixth at states, making him the Runner of the Year.


His teammate Dayton Russell was key in helping NEB take the next step this season, and is the Newcomer of the Year.


Towanda had a strong season this year, taking second in the NTL, the NTL Coaches’ Invitational, and at districts to earn a state berth. Coach Mike Maurer and his staff are the Coaching Staff of the Year.


Creed headlines the first team, along with Athens’ Ethan Hicks and Ethan Denlinger, Wyalusing’s Trennan Tewksbury and Jeremy Clauser, and Towanda’s Eric McGee and Luke Tavani.


On the second team are Towanda’s Nate Spencer and Jacob Carr, NEB’s Norman Strauss, Aiden Kapr, Aydin Finch, and Russell, Troy’s Lance Heasley and Hart Houseknecht, and Wyalusing’s Brody Fuhrey.


The top newcomers are Russell, Fuhrey, and Troy’s duo of Brody Campbell and Lucas Loxley.



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