Heritage players named to Ken Lantzy Finest Forty all-star game
By Staff Reports
Published: Friday, June 7, 2013, 9:54 p.m.
Several players from the District 6 Heritage Conference were selected to play in the Ken Lantzy Finest Forty All-Star football game June 14 at Trojan Stadium in Johnstown.
Ligonier Valley's Ryan Torrance, Hayes Salancy and Micah Tennant; Saltsburg's Mason Kuntz and Bryce Zimmerman; and United's Ben Mountan will play for the South team.
Competing for the North team will be Blairsville's Alex Tripodis; Marion Center's Brodey Thompson, Penns Manor's Daniel Ferens and Kasey Jewart; Homer-Center's Jared Nealey and Levi McCracken; Northern Cambria's Adam Polites, Alex Atkins and Nate Zachesky; and Purchase Line's Josh Huey.
A banquet will be held June 13 at Sunnehanna Country Club, and the game will kick off at 7:30 p.m. June 14.
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