WOMEN'S FOOTBALL: TIGER CAT TRIO EARNS ALL-STAR STATUS
Valley Sports Report
BINGHAMTON — A trio of Binghamton Tiger Cats have been named alternates on the 2010 Independent Women's Football League Eastern Conference All-Star team.
Brittanny Dunbar and Heather Peck were both selected as linebackers while Stacey Hardnett was chosen as a wide receiver even though she played quarterback and running back.
Dunbar, who led the Cats in tackles this season, attended Tioga Central and Athens schools.
Peck teaches at Tioga and is the varsity field hockey and bowling coach there.
Hardnett graduated from Syracuse Nottingham.
Peck also played running back and Dunbar was a tight end. Hardnett split time between the quarterback and running back positions. All three players served on Binghamton’s special teams.
The Tiger Cats were 0-8 this season, beset by player shortages, injuries and inexperience, but made continuous progress throughout the season.
The all-star game will be held during the IWFL Championship Weekend, on July 25 at 10 a.m., in Round Rock, Texas.
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