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Cal German And Beau Verdill Named To D9and10Sports 2021 All-District Nine Boys Basketball Team

(Photo by Photo by Mindi Verdill) Cal (third from left) and Beau (right) with fellow seniors Hunter Craddock (left) and

D9and10Sports.com has announced their innaugural District Nine Boys’ Basketball Awards and Boys’ All-District Nine Team, and two Clarion Area Bobcats are on the squad.

Cal German was named to the First Team and Beau Verdill was selected to the Second Team.

Several other players from schools competing in the Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference (KSAC) were named also.

Clarion-Limestone’s Hayden Callen, A-C Valley’s Levi Orton and Karns City’s Chase Beighley joined Cal on the First Team. Joining Beau on the Second Team, from KSAC schools were Redbank Valley’s Bryson Bain and Karns City’s Nathan Waltman. Redbank Valley’s Chris Marshall was named to the Third Team.

Brookville’s Jace Miner was named Player of the Year, with his coach, Dalton Park being named Coach of the Year. Karns City’s Luke Cramer was named Rookie of the Year.

First Team: Cal German – Clarion, Jace Miner – Brookville,  Hayden Callen –  Clarion-Limestone, Levi Orton – A-C Valley, Chase Beighley – Karns City, Hayden Keck – Coudersport

Second Team: Beau Verdill – Clarion, Bryson Bain – Redbank Valley, Nathan Waltman – Karns City, Lennon Lindholm – DuBois, Cole Miller – Clearfield, Karson Rumsky – Clearfield

Third Team: Chris Marshall – Redbank Valley, Griffin Ruhlman – Brookville, Alec Srock – DuBois Central Catholic, Carson Whiteman – Kane, Mark Kraus – Elk County Catholic – Caden Beldin – Cameron County 

(Thanks to Mindi Verdill for her photo. Congratulations to Cal, Beau and all of this year’s 2021 D9and10Sports.com – Boys Basketball All-Stars!!!!)

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