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Scholar, all star athletes named in MVAC

JOHNSBURG-The Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference announced its spring sports scholar athletes. They are as follows:

Chazy - Senior Ricky Osier and senior Emily LaPierre

Elizabethtown-Lewis - Junior Brock Marvin and sophomore Cheyenne Sousie

Johnsburg - Senior Travis Plansker and junior Ashlee Hitchcock

Keene - Senior Emma Gothner

Minerva - sophomore Austin Williams and junior Tara Galusha

Newcomb - Junior Morgan Winslow and junior Marlena Peter

Schroon Lake - Junior Matt Savarie and senior Ashley Subra

Westport - Senior Kevin Russell and senior Molly Rascoe

Willsboro - Junior Eric Manning and junior Hannah Bruno

Softball all stars

In softball, Elizabethtown-Lewis shortstop Kylee Cassavaugh was named as the most valuable player in the Mountain and Valley Athletic Conference's Division I, while the Crown Point pitching duo of Chelsea DuShane and Lindsay Brace shared the award in Division II and Minerva\Newcomb's Tara Galusha took home the MVPaward in Division III.

In Division I, Cassavaugh was joined on the all-star team by Lady Lions pitcher Andrea LeVien, third baseman/pitcher Kearstin Ashline, right fielder Alyssa Sullivan and second baseman Emily Morris.

Willsboro fielders Kylie Swires and Emily Sayward were also named to the first team, as was Schroon Lake's Liz Bessey and Chazy's Emily Keable and Astrid Kempanian.

Alexandra Macey joined her teammates from Crown Point on the Division II all-star team, with Keene pitcher Amanda Boyke being joined by teammates Emma Gothner and Anna Kowanko. Westport landed four members on the team, including catcher Brendee Russell, first baseman Molly Rascoe, second baseman Christina Sherman and shortstop Elexus Vaughn.

Marlena Peter and Renna Yandon joined Galusha on the Division III squad from the Lady Mountaineers, while three members of the Wells squad - Bobbu Jo Page, Karlie Tomlinson and Tammy Allan - were also on the squad. Carli Reynolds, Emma Gray and Jessica Bain were named to the team from the Lady Orange, while Johnsburg's Sierra Galusha also earned an all star appearance.

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