Kayle Kline: The Mifflinburg teen turned in another successful performance the NFL’s Punt, Pass & Kick championships, finishing third nationally in the Girls, 14-15 age group. Kline, a sophomore at Mifflinburg High, set a national punting record with a boot of 143-feet, 1-inch during the competition, which was held in Denver over the weekend.
James Franklin: The Pennsylvania native became Penn State’s 16th head football coach on Saturday, taking what the former Vanderbilt coach called his “dream job.” With sights set on dominating the Pennsylvania in recruiting, the former East Stroudsburg University quarterback said he was “a Pennsylvania boy with a Penn State heart” and hopes to be in Happy Valley for a long time.
Crissy Schreffler: West Milton State Bank has a new community banking officer after Schreffler, who has been with the group since 2001, was promoted. Schreffler, involved in the banking industry for more than 15 years, has also been a teller, head teller, and a credit services manager.
Anthony Lorraine: The 15-year-old Middleburg resident recently earned the Boy Scouts’ Eagle Award, the highest award available to a Scout. He received the honor after earning 33 merit badges, easily exceeding the required 21. For his service project, Lorraine planned, designed, mapped, organized and created a hiking trail with wildlife identification markers which connects with an existing trail at Faylor Lake in Beaver Springs.
McKenna Andrews: The 2002 Danville High grad has joined Better World Gaming, a video game producer which offers environmentally messages in its games out of its California-based headquarters. Andrews is a design consultant on the game, which is still in its prototype phase.