Central Western Alleghenies Aqua Conference announces First- and Second-Team selections

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The Central Western Alleghenies Aqua Conference has announced its all-league First- and Second-Team selections for the 2021-22 season.

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First-Team girl, boy; Second-Team girl, boy

Altoona: Alexis Fraundorfer, Patryck Webster; Emma Fraundorfer, Trevor Wilson

Central Cambria: Jensen Westrick, Jack Soyka; Abbie George, Adam McGlynn

Hollidaysburg: Sydney Imler, Tyler Gnegy; Arya Dahal, Parker Bayard

Huntingdon: Norah McClain, Isaac Cummings; Jordan Houck, Andrew Grubb

Marion Center: Nicole Scott, Alekzander Vaglia; Lilly Ryer, Paul Smith

Northern Cambria: Morgan Hassen, Ethan Mille;r Katelyn Feighner, Tim Bassett

Richland: Kaylee Salamon, Aiden Culp; Aubrianna Henry, Toryn Schmouder

Somerset: Hannah Kane, Caleb Antram; Haley Basala, Zachary Gibbs

Tyrone: Victoria Reese, Spencer Dunkelbarger; Kiersten Friday, N/A

Westmont Hilltop: Sasha Innis, Cael Long and Elijah Innis; Alyssa Kush

The Central Western Alleghenies Aqua Conference (CWAAC) is pleased to announce the appointment of David Templeton as Executive Director. Templeton is replacing Lauren Hershberger, who resigned from the position this past year. Hershberger formerly served as the head swim coach and Director of Aquatics in the Somerset Area School District, where she currently serves on the elementary faculty. During her tenure as coach, her teams won several CWAAC titles and advanced a number of competitors to the PIAA Championships at Bucknell University. Hershberger and her husband reside in Somerset.

Templeton is a graduate of Central Cambria High School, Saint Francis University, and a PIAA official since 2001, currently serving as a rules interpreter for District 6 in swimming and diving. Templeton is also an official for track and field and cross country, serving District 6 and several neighboring districts. Templeton is a self-employed auctioneer and resides with his family in Summerhill.

Due to the LHAC realignment, CWAAC will be seeing some significant changes moving forward with member schools possibly leaving the conference. Discussions will be held throughout the summer months regarding conference realignments and any member schools that will be affected with these changes taking place at the beginning of the 2023-2024 school year. CWAAC remains committed to its member schools and student athletes to provide a fair and competitive venue for swimming competition and promotion of sportsmanship and teamwork.

This article originally appeared on The Daily American: Central Western Alleghenies Aqua Conference names all-league honorees