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Three former York-Adams League players have earned all-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference recognition in football.

Spring Grove grad Cortlin Dell excelled for Shippensburg University this fall at linebacker, despite missing approximately half the season with an injury.

Spring Grove High School graduate Cortlin Dell was named an all-PSAC East First Team selection at linebacker.

Dallastown grad Nick Reed (offensive guard) and Delone Catholic grad Kodi Reed (wide receiver) were picked to the All-PSAC East Second Team.

Dell ended his Shippensburg University career on a high note, earning his first All-PSAC selection. He played in just six games this season, starting the final five, but still racked up 47 tackles, an interception and seven tackles for loss. The 6-foot, 230-pounder suffered a major leg injury in the spring, which put his ability to play this fall in doubt. That injury caused him to miss the first half of the season. Shippensburg finished 8-3.

Nick Reed is a 6-1, 275-pound redshirt senior. He helped the Bloomsburg Huskies to a 7-4 season. The Huskies, with Reed leading the way, averaged nearly 230 yards per game on the ground.

Kodi Reed, a senior wideout at Kutztown, is now a two-time All-PSAC Second Team selection (2013, 2015). This season, he posted 69 catches, third in the PSAC and fourth most in KU single-season history, for 995 yards, the second most in a season for a Golden Bear. He is the sixth player in school-history to catch 10 touchdown passes in a season.

Reed caught a pass in all 44 of his career games, a school record and the third-longest streak in PSAC history. Reed closed his career with a school-record 202 catches,15th in PSAC history, a school-record 2,857 receiving yards, 22nd in PSAC history, and a school-record 29 touchdowns, 13th in PSAC history. Kutztown finished 7-4.