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[naviga:h3]County athletes honored by PAC[/naviga:h3]

Three Butler County graduates have received weekly honors from the Presidents’ Athletic Conference.

Moniteau graduate Dalton Anderson, a freshman at Westminster College, has been named PAC Men’s Field Athlete Rookie of the Week. He placed fourth in the javelin at last weekend’s Coastal Carolina Invitational in Myrtle Beach. His throw was 173 feet, five inches.

Seneca Valley graduate Madison Schultz, a freshman at Geneva College, was named PAC Softball Rookie of the Week. She hit .483 (14 for 29) with 10 runs scored and nine RBI during 10 starts on the Titans’ Florida trip.

Seneca Valley graduate Bryce Schnatterly, a senior on the Washington & Jefferson College baseball team,was named PAC Pitcher of the Week. He allowed just four runs in 14 innings pitched, including a complete-game 5-1 win over Oberlin.

[naviga:h3]RU’s Mow, Dawson earn PSAC awards[/naviga:h3]

SLIPPERY ROCK — Slippery Rock University’s Abraham Mow and Brooke Dawson have been named PSAC West Baseball Athlete of the Week and Softball Pitcher of the Week, respectively.

Mow, a freshman third baseman, hit .556 (5 for 9) with three RBI and a home run for the baseball team.

Dawson pitched two complete games in softball, a 1-0 loss to Bridgeport and a shutout of Illinois-Springfield.