Vote for the CDT High School Athlete of the Week October 4-9.

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Editor’s Note: The Daily Times Center will run a weekly poll on Monday morning for readers to pick the Athlete of the Week for the previous competition week. Please go to CentreDaily.com and click on this story to vote.

Here are this week’s nominees for the Daily Times Center’s Athlete of the Week in High School, listed in alphabetical order. They were selected by the sports staff of the Daily Times Center via statistics compiled by the CDT or sent to [email protected] Vote for your favorite.

If you would like to name a player’s performance for the coming weeks, or if you believe a worthy candidate is missing from this week’s poll, please contact the CDT by email at [email protected]

Chase Ebeling, Bellefonte

Ebeling finished with a time of 17:12 to lead all in a three-team cross country competition with Clearfield and Hollidaysburg. His teammate, Alex Mansfield, was fifth (18:49). The Bellefonte boys’ team won, winning the race over Clearfield, 15-10, and beating Hollidaysburg, 21-34. Bellefonte’s men’s cross-country team are now 6-0 in Mountain League fixtures.

Michael Gaul, State College

Burdened with injuries for most of the season, State College had to make several saves to win 21-18 over Cumberland Valley. After JW Scott and the defense made the save and Jashaun Green made a spectacular catch to establish the tying basket, the game went into overtime at 18-18. After Quinn Murphy’s placement to take the lead in overtime, a freshman rose to prominence. Gaul stepped up and picked the quarterback to seal the game and improve his team to 4-3 that year.

Carson Long, Philipsburg-Osceola

Long scored in a 2-2 draw against Bald Eagle on Tuesday and followed with an explosive performance Thursday against Tyrone. The first-year forward scored five goals and collected one assist in a 9-0 win over the Golden Eagles. Long scored his 20th goal of the season, breaking the first-year scoring record.

Carson Nagle, Bald Eagle Region

Nagle and the Eagles continued to roll with a 49-0 win over Philipsburg-Osceola on Friday night. The first-year quarterback was surgical – finishing with a 21-for-27 pass line (77.8% completion rate) for 207 yards, four touchdown passes and no interceptions. Bald Eagle has improved to 6-1 this year and will face Bellefonte at home this next Friday. Nagle is now 104-for-169 (61.5%) on the season for 1,220 passing yards, 12 passing touchdowns and eight interceptions.

State College Field Hockey

State College beat Mifflin County 1-0 Wednesday to 8-2 this season. It was the Stick it to Cancer team’s annual game. Madison Shomo scored the game-winning goal in the third quarter with 12:28 on the clock. They followed that up with a 4-0 victory Thursday over Chambersburg to move to 9-2 this year and 7-1 in conference. Ella Tambroni scored on a assist from Sydney O’Donnell (2:11 in the first), followed by Sierra Grande with 1:30 left in the second. Rachel Foster scored on an assist from Phoebe Herlocher to end the half with a 3-0 lead. Herlocher ended the game with a goal thanks to assists from O’Donnell and Joelle Bartlett.

Cammie Upcraft, Penns Valley

Upcraft has been a constant presence all season for its 6-6 Rams. Upcraft had 13 kills and six blocks in Penns Valley volleyball’s victory over Bellefonte on October 4. Bald Eagle got the better of Penns Valley on Tuesday with a 3-0 sweep on scores of 25-19, 25-20 and 25-17. But the Rams rebounded Thursday night with Upcraft and the Rams beating Clearfield 3-0. The elder had 14 kills and four blocks.

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Kyle J. Andrews is a 2018 graduate of the University of Baltimore, home of the lifelong undefeated Bees. Prior to going to the Center Daily Times, he was a sports reporter for the Baltimore Sun Media Group, covering the Ravens and Orioles for 105.7 The Fan, Baltimore Beatdown and Fox Sports 1340 AM.


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