NC gets 3 on first team
The Northern Cambria girls volleyball team, which just won its second straight PIAA 1A state title, had three players named to the Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association All-District 1A team. along with two on the second team and one on the Honorable Mention team.
Making first-team honors were Maggie Hogan (junior), Camryn Dumm (junior) and Autumn Donatelli (senior). Second-team honors went to Jenna Lutch (senior) and Rayna Buza (senior). Emma Kollar (junior) received Honorable Mention status.
Also making the first team locally were Bishop Guilfoyle’s Lyzee Wilson, Bishop Carroll’s Mara Yahner and Sara Muriceak and Glendale’s Olivia Reese. Rounding out the team were West Branch’s Morgan Glace, Taylor Myers and Taylor Kalke.
BG placed two on the second team, Emily Kasun and Teresa Haigh while Juniata Valley’s Emma Musser and Hayden Taylor made the second team. Joining them were Claysburg-Kimmel’s Megan Hartman.
Rounding out the team were Bishop McCort’s Ally Diamond.
Receiving Honorable Mention status were BG’s Lexi Kilmartin, C-K’s Rebekah Claar, Glendale’s Katianne Rydbom and Carroll’s Ellie Long. Also making the team were Homer Center’s Marlee Kochman and Mya Fatula.
Riley Boutiller is a four-year letterwinner for the Altoona cross country and track teams who will continue her cross country career at California University of Pennsylvania.
Her brother, Haden Boutiller, is a member of the Cal (Pa.) cross country team that competed in the 10k race in the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional Championships.
Due to incorrect information received, those items appeared incorrectly in Tuesday’s sports section.