The Inter-County Conference recently announced its all stars for the 2011 boys and girls track and field season.
Seth Worthing of Bellwood-Antis was named the boys MVP and was named the top all star in the 100 and 200 dashes.
Other Blue Devils receiving top individual honors include Deryk Montgomery (800 run), Kyle Bartlett (3,200 run), Adam Davensizer (110 hurdles), Zach Sinisi (300 hurdles), Brian Leap (long, triple, and high jumps), Dylan Albert (pole vault), and Jared Minori (shot put and discus).
Chris Foore from Tussey Mountain was named the top 1,600 runner.
On the girls side, Everett's Baylee Beegle was named the girls MVP. Beegle took top honors in the 100 and 200 dashes, and the long jump. Teammate Keira Bair was named top pole vaulter.
Northern Bedford's Maria Snyder was named the conference's top 1,600 and 3,200 runner, and Esther Wind made the team as the top runner in the 800 run.
Juniata Valley's Kylie Berrena was the top discuss thrower, Bellwood-Antis's Samantha Damiano took top honors in the shot put and teammate Chelsea Krepps took the top spot in javelin. Morgan Lynn from Tussey Mountain tied for top honors in the 300 hurdles.
100 - Seth Worthing, Bellwood-Antis; 200 - Seth Worthing, Bellwood-Antis; 400 - Jeb Williams, Southern Fulton; 800 - Deryk Montgomery, Bellwood-Antis; 1600 - Chris Foore, Tussey Mountain; 3200 - Kyle Bartlett, Bellwood-Antis; 110 hurdles -- Adam Davensizer, Bellwood-Antis; 300 - Zach Sinisi, Bellwood-Antis; long jump - Brian Leap, Bellwood-Antis; triple jump - Brian Leap, Bellwood-Antis; high jump - Brian Leap, Bellwood-Antis; pole vault - Dylan Albert, Bellwood-Antis; shot put - Jared Minori, Bellwood-Antis; discus - Lucas Banks, McConnellsburg; javelin - Jared Minori, Bellwood-Antis; 400 relay - Seth Worthing, Danny Noye, Dylan Albert, Cameron Worthing, Bellwood-Antis; 1600 relay - Seth Worthing, Andrew DeGol, Deryk Montgomery, Brian Leap, Bellwood-Antis; 3200 - Mikal Brown, Matt Brown, Josh Doverspike, Ross Hershberger, Northern Bedford.
100 - Baylee Beegle, Everett; 200 - Baylee Beegle, Everett; 400 - Amy Bard, Southern Fulton; 800 - Esther Wind, Northern Bedford; 1600 - Maria Snyder, Northern Bedford; 3200 - Maria Snyder, Northern Bedford; 100 hurdles - Marie Revercomb, Southern Huntingdon; 300 hurdles - Morgan Lynn, Tussey Mountain, Marie Revercomb, Southern Huntingdon (tie); long jump - Baylee Beegle, Everett; triple jump - Marie Revercomb, Southern Huntingdon; high jump - Birgitta Granlun, Southern Huntingdon; pole vault - Keira Bair, Everett; shot put - Samantha Damiano, Bellwood-Antis; discus - Kylie Berrena, Juniata Valley; javelin - Chelsea Krepps, Bellwood-Antis; 400 relay - Jessica Calhoun, Taylor Hillenbrand, Baylee Beegle, Shiane Pittman, Everett; 1600 relay - Alex Zanella, Teraiza Barton, Kelsey Kimmel, Baylee Beegle, Everett; 3200 relay - Maria Snyder, Esther Wind, Cierra Cottle, Leah Hershberger, Northern Bedford.
Kush wins tournament
PHILADELPHIA - Johnstown's Adam Kush, 11, won the prestigious "Little Mo'' middles states sectional tennis tournament held May 6-8 at The Aronimink Golf & Tennis Club.
Kush beat Sean Atterbury of North Wales 6-1, 6-4 in the championship match and qualified for regional championships to be held on July 15-17 in Chicago.
He will represent the Johnstown/Altoona area and the middle states section and will compete against 31 other 11-year-old qualifiers from other parts of the Northeast and Midwest.
Two Lions honored
PITTSBURGH - Penn State Altoona's Grady Luzier and Lindsay Raspanti were named to the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference's 2010-2011 All-Academic.
Luzier was a senior first baseman on the baseball team. Raspanti, a junior goalkeeper for women's soccer, is the female representative from Penn State Altoona on the squad.
The names of Bedford County Sports Hall of Fame inductees Barry Burtnett, Chuck Collins, Carol (Mumma) Kapsalis, Robin (Imler) Over and Joel Swope were misspelled in Monday's Mirror due to a reporter's spell check error. Mumma also scored 1,135 points for the UPJ basketball team.