THE SPORTS REPORTS: ATHENS' BRONSON, WELLSBORO'S BROUGHT NAMED ZIFF LAW FIRM REGIONAL 'ATHLETES OF THE WEEK'
(2023-05-15)The Sports Reports
Athens sophomore Sara Bronson
was a triple-winner at the NTL Track & Field Championships, while senior Cam Brought
led Wellsboro to three wins and a berth in the upcoming District 4 playoffs. They are The Sports Reports
/ Ziff Law Firm
Regional “Athletes of the Week
,” for the week ending May 13.ATHENS’ BRONSON NAMED ZIFF LAW FIRM GIRLS REGIONAL “ATHLETE OF THE WEEK”
had three first-place finishes, and a second-place finish to lead the
Lady Wildcats to the team title at the NTL Track & Field
Bronson won the 1,600-meter run in a time of
5:35.56, and won the 800-meter run in a time of 2:26.1. She placed
second in the 3,200-meter run in a time of 12:44.78.
with her sister, senior Emma Bronson, junior Thea Bentley, and freshman
Hughes to win the 3,200-meter relay in a time of 10:18.56.
Mentions: Wellsboro’s Annika Gehman (track & field), Wyalusing’s
Hannah Ely (track & field), Owego’s Kylie Grippen (flag football),
and Edison’s Gabby Milazzo (softball).WELLSBORO’S BROUGHT NAMED ZIFF LAW FIRM BOYS REGIONAL “ATHLETE OF THE WEEK”
Brought hit .500 on the week and led the Hornets to three wins, including a district-qualifying 10-0 win over Towanda.
collected six hits in 12 at-bats, including one double and two home
runs, and had nine RBI and five runs scored. On the mound, he struck out
two in 1 2/3 innings of hitless relief.
Brought had a double,
two runs scored, and an RBI in Wellsboro’s come-from-behind, 9-7, upset
of Athens, then had a grand slam and six RBI in the win over Towanda.
Karter Green (baseball), Towanda’s Logan Lambert (track & field),
Owego’s Eli Martin / Sam Beyer (tennis), and Corning’s Zuri Ruffin.
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