Local roundup: Five Lyco players All-MAC football

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Quinn Serfass signed his letter-of-intent this month to continue his track and cross country career at Temple. Seated with Serfass are parents Beth and Shaun. In back are Loyalsock superintendent Jerry McLaughlin, asisstant principal Ashley Sekel, track coach Matt Hill, and athletic director Ron Insinger.

SUBMITTED PHOTO Quinn Serfass signed his letter-of-intent this month to continue his track and cross country career at Temple. Seated with Serfass are parents Beth and Shaun. In back are Loyalsock superintendent Jerry McLaughlin, asisstant principal Ashley Sekel, track coach Matt Hill, and athletic director Ron Insinger.

Five Lycoming Warriors earned All-Middle Atlantic Conference football honors, as announed Tuesday.

Brad Stubbs was elected as first team offensive line. Mike Ward was named to second team at corner, and Ahmad Curtis, Jamie Fisher and Dante Gipson were honorable mentions.

Stubbs anchored the line in all 10 games at center helping the Warriors to a team average 24.6 points per game.

Ward finished the season with a team high 88 tackles, three interceptions, six pass breakups, and a forced and recovered fumble.

Curtis started all 10 games at defensive tackle, he had 31 tackles and a pick-six in a 44-41 win against King’s.

Fisher tied a school record as he made 13-of-18 field goals including a MAC saeson-long 45 yard field goal, and 27 for 27 in extra point conversions.

Gipson led the MAC with 728 kick return yards and 14.6 yards per punt return, and sixth in the MAC with an average 19.8 yards per kick return.

• In men’s basketball, Lock Haven’s Amir Hinton collected another PSAC Athlete of the Week honor. The redshirt sophomore averaged 31 points and six rebounds per game. Hinton was 23 of 27 from the free-throw line and had five steals against nationally ranked Virginia Union.

Mansfield fell 86-72 in its season opener at Felician. Malik Carter led the Mounties with 25 points on 8 of 16 shooting and eight rebounds. Matt Tamanowsky went 8 of 10 for 22 points and Jahmir Green added nine points off the bench.

In women’s volleyball, Bucknell’s Mimi Richards was elected to All-Patriot League Second Team, the first sophomore Bison since Chelsea Anderson in 2003. Richards holds the Bucknell program record of 121 blocks on the season. She had a .305 hitting percentage and was second on the team with 256 kills. She had 13 double-digit kills through the season including a career-best 22 against Colgate.

men’s baketball

Felician 86, Mansfield 72

Mansfield (72)

Malik Carter 8-16 7-11 25; Matt Tamanosky 8-10 6-9 22; Gerasimos Koutoufas 2-4 0-0 4; Cedrick Powell 0-5 0-0 0; Tyler Moffe 0-0 0-0 0; Jahmir Green 4-6 0-0 9; Reilly Collins 1-2 4-5 6; Dan Ransom 0-1 4-9 4; Eli Alvin 1-1 0-0 2; Eric Lewis Jr 0-2 0-0 0; Andreas Katopodis 0-1 0-0 0; Totals 24-48 21-34 72.

Felician (86)

Terrell Spaulding 10-20 2-3 25; Zamir Wright 3-8 2-3 11; Warren Mansfield Jr 2-6 2-2 8; Rahsaan Williams 2-4 0-0 4; Marlon Reid 0-4 0-0 0; Gjaimeir Stanford 4-14 4-4 4; Jordan Compas 5-6 1-5 11; Jamar Redmond 3-4 0-0 8; Vadji Dosso 2-2 0-0 5; Kwame Morton Jr 0-1 0-0 0; Totals 31-69 11-17 86.

Halftime: Felician, 42-39. 3-point goals: Mansfield 3-13 (Carter 2-5, Koutoufas 0-1, Powell 0-3, Green 1-2, Collins 0-1, Katopodis 0-1). Felician 13-28 (Spaulding 3-6, Wright 3-5, Mansfield Jr 2-4, Stanford 2-8, Redmond 2-3, Dosso 1-1, Morton Jr 0-1. Rebounds: Mansfield 33 (Carter 8), Felician 39 (Spaulding 11). Assists: Mansfield 15 (Powell 6), Felician 23 (Wright 6). Total Fouls: Mansfield 17, Felician 25. A: 290.

Record: Mansfield (0-1). Next game: Mansfield at Seton Hill, Saturday, 3.

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