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Northern Tier WEST Sports Report
TIOGA COUNTY — NTWSR recognizes the following athletes for their outstanding performances as the All-Tioga County ’Super 7’ female athletes of the winter sports’ season, highlighted by Williamson basketball standout Taylor Rae Jones.

Jones is the two-time All-Tioga County girls basketball ‘Player of the Year’ and scored 20-plus points eight times and hit double-digits in 21 of the Lady Warriors’ 24 games this season, averaging 15.7 points, 7.8 rebounds, 4 steals and 2.1 assists per outing while going over 1,000 points in her career.

The remaining members of our ‘Super 7’ male athletes of the winter are: 

Jones’ teammates junior Olivia Meisner and sophomore Kenna Thomas were the Co-Defensive Players of the Year’ for the Lady Warriors .. Meisner blocked 48 shots on the season and had 50 steals while grabbing over seven defensive rebounds per game. The junior added 7.3 points per game and averaged over 10 total rebounds per outing while also handing out 42 assists from the post. 

Thomas had 55 blocks and 43 steals and added 11.1 points and eight rebounds per game.

Wellsboro sophomore swimmer Makenna Robbins earned a District 4 medal with her 4th-place finish in the 100 breast stroke (1:14.65) for the Hornets.

Wellsboro junior guard Chloe Brandenburg is the All-Tioga County ‘Offensive Player of the Year’ after scoring 14.7 points per game with 50 threes on the season. She hit a 3-pointer in all but two games, had multiple threes in 15 of the Lady Hornets’ games and had three games with five deep balls. She added 3.8 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game for the 8-13 Lady Hornets.

North Penn-Liberty sophomore Haley Litzelman is First Team All-Tioga County, averaging a double-double with 11.9 points and 10.8 rebounds per game, adding 3.2 assists, 2.7 steals and 2.6 blocks per game.

Wellsboro senior wrestler Olivia Chilson is the All-Tioga County ’Newcomer of the Season’ .. going 11-7 for the Hornets’ girls wrestling team in their first year as a varsity sport and winning a District 4 title at 142 pounds.

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