Members of the 2013 cross country All-Delco team include, from left, Radnor’s Connor Holm, Penncrest’s Matt Kazanjian and his twin brother,
Members of the 2013 cross country All-Delco team include, from left, Radnor's Connor Holm, Penncrest's Matt Kazanjian and his twin brother, Chris Kazanjian. (Robert J.Gurecki)

In addition to Runners of the Year Kevin James and Grace Mancini, the All-Delco team is composed of:

Chris Kazanjian, Penncrest: He gave James a run for Runner of the Year honors. The senior earned All-Delco honors in cross country for the second straight year. He also was first-team All-Delco in track last spring. Kazanjian finished second at the Delco Championships, won the Central League individual title, was third at the District One Class AAA meet and sixth at the PIAA Class AAA championships to earn first-team All-State honors. His finish at the state meet was the highest by a Delco public school boys runner since Strath Haven's Rob Speare was 14th in 2006. He was 20th at the state cross country meet as a junior.

Jim Belfatto, Cardinal O'Hara: A senior, Belfatto earned All-Delco honors in cross country for the second time and the third time overall. He also was first-team All-Delco in track last spring. Belfatto was third at Delcos and the Catholic League Class AAA championships, second at the District 12 Class AAA meet, all of which the Lions won. He finished 27th at the PIAA Class AAA championship meet, in which O'Hara finished fourth the team's third straight top-five finish.

David Fowler, Haverford High: Followed up a strong junior season with an outstanding senior campaign for the Fords. Fowler was fourth at the Delco Championships, his second straight top-five finish at the county meet. He was fifth as a junior. He followed that up with a fourth-place finish at Central League championships and 16th at the District One Class AAA meet. He became the third male athlete in school history to medal at the state meet with a 23rd-place finish at the PIAA Class AAA championships.

Matt Kazanjian, Penncrest: Teamed with his twin brother Chris to give the Lions a formidable 1-2 punch. It was not a surprise to see the pair finish seconds apart. A two-time state qualifier like his brother, Matt finished fifth at the District One Class AAA championships and ninth in Hershey. Individually, he was fifth at the Delco and District One Class AAA championships, second at the Central League championships and 23rd at the PIAA Class AAA championships.

Connor Holm, Radnor: A junior, Holm won the varsity boys championship at the 21st annual Carlisle High School Invitational and was second in the small schools race at the Bulldog Invitational and continued to improve. He placed seventh at the Delco Championships, fifth at the Central League champs, 36th at the District One Class AAA meet and 53rd at the PIAA Class AAA championships.

Nick Smart, Cardinal O'Hara: The senior had the strongest finish of any runner in the county. Smart did not compete at the Delco Championships because he was not one of O'Hara's top seven runners at the time. However, he finished second at the Catholic League Class AAA championships, fifth at the District 12 Class AAA meet and 11th at the PIAA Class AAA championships to earn his first All-Delco honor in cross country and second-team All-State honors. A first-team All-Delco selection in track, he is the son of Interboro great Bo Smart.

Abby Kennedy, Strath Haven: The senior was steady all season and one of the reasons the Panthers edged Cardinal O'Hara for the Delco team title as well as the Central League championship. Kennedy won the individual title at the Delco Championships, was third in the Central League meet, No. 24 at the District One Class AAA Championships and 48th at the PIAA Class AAA Championships to help the Panthers to a seventh-place finish in the team competition.

Olivia Arizin, Cardinal O'Hara: One of two freshmen on the team and a key member of O'Hara's Catholic League and District 12 championship teams. The granddaughter of NBA Hall of Famer and Villanova great Paul Arizin, she was third at the Delco Championships, seventh at the Catholic League Class AAA meet, sixth at the District 12 Class AAA Championships and 77th in Hershey to help the Lions to a sixth-place finish in the team competition at the PIAA Class AAA Championships.

Amy Kelly, Cardinal O'Hara: Playing two sports in the same season didn't stop Kelly from earning All-Delco honors in cross country for the second straight year. When she wasn't helping the Lions win the Catholic League and District 12 Class AAA championships in field hockey, the senior was fourth at the Delco Championships, third at the Catholic League Class AAA meet, second at the District 12 Class AAA Championships and 31st in the PIAA Class AAA Championships.

Courtney Naser, Haverford High: Naser followed up a solid junior season with an even better senior campaign. She opened the season with a sixth-place finish at the Abington Invitational and improved from there. Naser was fifth at the Delco Championships, fourth at the Central League meet, 40th at the District One Class AAA Championships and 59th at the PIAA Class AAA Championships.

Maura Lyons, Cardinal O'Hara: Joins teammate Olivia Arizin as the only other freshman on the first team. Lyons was a steady performer for O'Hara's Catholic League and District 12 Class AAA championship teams. She finished sixth in her first Delco Championships, 10th at the Catholic League Class AAA meet, fifth at the District 12 Class AAA Championships and 100th at the PIAA Class AAA Championships.

Grace Galligan, Springfield: The senior had a strong finish to an outstanding senior campaign. After finishing fifth in the small schools race at the Bulldog Invitational, sixth in the Division II race at the Briarwood Invitational and 10th at Delco's, Galligan won the Central League individual title, placed 22nd at the District One Class AAA Championships and 49th at the PIAA Class AAA Championships.