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

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.