Several locals make first team for NTL Small School.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | December 15, 2015

 

Several locals made the NTL Small School All-Star first team.

On offense from Sayre Garrett Weaver (running back), Pat McConnell (tight end), Zach Hatch (guard) and Phil Hall (tackle) made first team while from Canton Malachi Washington (wide receiver) and Mason Martell (guard) made first team.

On first team defense from Sayre is Craig McCutcheon (tackle), Tylor Belles (end), Matt Eberlin (OLB), John Esposito (strong safety), Jake Goodrich (corner back) and Belles (punter).

Martell made it as a defensive end.

Cowanesque Valley had six players make second team: Colton Vinluan (quarterback), Joey Brown (wide receiver, OLB), Tryston Ortt (center), Caleb Hurd (defensive tackle) and Trenton Fousnaught (OLB).

Sayre had seven selections on second team: Michael Ward (fullback), Belles (running back), Brandon Paris (guard), Mitchell Ward (kicker), Hall (defensive tackle) and Matt Ingrassia (OLB).

Canton had two selections on second team: Seth Robbins (tackle) and Camden Smith (corner back).

Sayre had six players earn honorable mention spots: Gavin Lundy-McCutcheon (quarterback), Damon Whipple (wide receiver), Ray Nobles (tackle), Chris Ray (free safety) and Mitchell Ward (cornerback).

CV had three honorable mention selections: Jace Bieser (fullback), Zane Fuller (defensive tackle) and Vinluan (defensive end).

Canton's Kaden Martell made honorable mention at center and at inside linebacker.

Muncy's Cameron Good was named the Small School Player of the Year with teammate Jordan King the Defensive Player of the Year.

The Offensive Player of the Year is South Williamsport's Nate Koletar, the Lineman of the Year is South Williamsport's Conner Rutan and the Coaching Staff of the Year is South Williamsport.