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Fedigan honored for success on field, in classroom

April 26, 2012

PUNXSUTAWNEY — While every move Punxsy's high school athletes make on the court is accessible for all to see, a number of PAHS student athletes are also excelling in other areas off the court — areas such as academics.

This past week, Punxsy senior Alex Fedigan, son of Tom and Melissa Fedigan, was informed by head football coach Alan Nichol of an honor he received for displaying leadership not only on the football field last fall but in the classroom, as well: Being named to the Pennsylvania Football News All-Academic Team - Gold Level.

EARLY SUCCESS

April 26, 2012

While open season for spring gobbler doesn't begin in Pennsylvania until Saturday, junior hunters were allowed an opportunity to get an early start with a mentored youth hunt last Saturday. Fifteen-year-old Hailey Brady was among those who cashed in on the head start, bagging this 19-pound gobbler with a 9 1/2-inch beard while hunting with her step-father, John Yenzi, near her home in Knox Township.

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