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QUINT MILLER SARAH FAIRBANKS MARIAH DIMM MONDAY, JUNE 20, 2011 Manheim Township Boys’ Lacrosse Elizabethtown

QUINT MILLER

QUINT MILLER SARAH FAIRBANKS MARIAH DIMM MONDAY, JUNE 20, 2011 Manheim Township Boys’ Lacrosse Elizabethtown Girls’

SARAH FAIRBANKS

QUINT MILLER SARAH FAIRBANKS MARIAH DIMM MONDAY, JUNE 20, 2011 Manheim Township Boys’ Lacrosse Elizabethtown Girls’

MARIAH DIMM

QUINT MILLER SARAH FAIRBANKS MARIAH DIMM MONDAY, JUNE 20, 2011 Manheim Township Boys’ Lacrosse Elizabethtown Girls’
QUINT MILLER SARAH FAIRBANKS MARIAH DIMM MONDAY, JUNE 20, 2011 Manheim Township Boys’ Lacrosse Elizabethtown Girls’
QUINT MILLER SARAH FAIRBANKS MARIAH DIMM MONDAY, JUNE 20, 2011 Manheim Township Boys’ Lacrosse Elizabethtown Girls’

MONDAY, JUNE 20, 2011

Manheim Township

Boys’ Lacrosse

Elizabethtown

Girls’ Field

Hempfield

Girls’ Soccer

Elizabethtown Girls’ Field Hempfield Girls’ Soccer MORGAN MUMMAU SEAN SNYDER Manheim Central Girls’ Track

MORGAN MUMMAU

Girls’ Field Hempfield Girls’ Soccer MORGAN MUMMAU SEAN SNYDER Manheim Central Girls’ Track Cedar Crest
Girls’ Field Hempfield Girls’ Soccer MORGAN MUMMAU SEAN SNYDER Manheim Central Girls’ Track Cedar Crest

SEAN SNYDER

Manheim Central

Girls’ Track

Cedar Crest

Baseball

Hempfield

Boys’ Volleyball

LAURA GEBHART, QUINT MILLER, DONEGAL MANHEIM TOWNSHIP MICHAEL ONDRUSEK KYLE LONG Hempfield Hempfield Boys’
LAURA GEBHART,
QUINT MILLER,
DONEGAL
MANHEIM TOWNSHIP
MICHAEL ONDRUSEK
KYLE LONG
Hempfield
Hempfield
Boys’ Lacrosse
Boys’ Field
JODY SAMBRICK
DEVON SCHNEIDER
Lampeter- Strasburg
Boys’ Tennis
Manheim Township
Girls’ Lacrosse
EMILY DETZ
MATTHEW GROFF
Columbia
ATHLETES of the YEAR
Hempfield
Softball
Boys’ Track

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Baseball Player of the Year DEREK FISHER, Cedar Crest Cedar Crest slugger and MLB draftee
Baseball
Player of the Year
DEREK FISHER,
Cedar Crest
Cedar Crest slugger and MLB
draftee Derek Fisher was the
prime mover in a powerful
Falcon offense that claimed an
L-L Section One championship
and a league title.

Coach of the Year CHRIS GROFF, Cedar Crest

Chris Groff guided Cedar Crest to a first- place finish in highly competitive Section One of the L-L League, and then led the Falcons to the L-L title.

to a first- place finish in highly competitive Section One of the L-L League, and then
the L-L League, and then led the Falcons to the L-L title. Baseball JORDAN DONMOYER Sr.,

Baseball

League, and then led the Falcons to the L-L title. Baseball JORDAN DONMOYER Sr., Warwick Pitcher

JORDAN DONMOYER

Sr., Warwick Pitcher 4-2, 2.17 ERA, 45 Ks

JORDAN DONMOYER Sr., Warwick Pitcher 4-2, 2.17 ERA, 45 Ks MATT CARTA Sr., Lampeter-Strasburg Pitcher 5-0,

MATT CARTA

Sr., Lampeter-Strasburg Pitcher 5-0, 1.75 ERA, 24 Ks

CARTA Sr., Lampeter-Strasburg Pitcher 5-0, 1.75 ERA, 24 Ks CHRIS MATTISON Jr., Lancaster Mennonite Catcher .577,

CHRIS MATTISON

Jr., Lancaster Mennonite Catcher .577, 5 HRs, 18 RBIs

Jr., Lancaster Mennonite Catcher .577, 5 HRs, 18 RBIs DAN STOLTZFUS Jr., Pequea Valley Outfielder .463,

DAN STOLTZFUS

Jr., Pequea Valley Outfielder .463, 6 HRs, 21 RBIs

Jr., Pequea Valley Outfielder .463, 6 HRs, 21 RBIs JASON SAUDER Sr., Lancaster Mennonite Pitcher 5-1,

JASON SAUDER

Sr., Lancaster Mennonite Pitcher 5-1, 1.38 ERA, 48 Ks

SAUDER Sr., Lancaster Mennonite Pitcher 5-1, 1.38 ERA, 48 Ks DAN NEFF Jr., Lampeter-Strasburg Outfielder .442,

DAN NEFF

Jr., Lampeter-Strasburg Outfielder .442, 2 HRs, 14 RBIs

Jr., Lampeter-Strasburg Outfielder .442, 2 HRs, 14 RBIs ADAM YUNGINGER Sr., Manheim Township Infielder .500, 3

ADAM YUNGINGER

Sr., Manheim Township Infielder .500, 3 HRs, 19 RBIs

Sr., Manheim Township Infielder .500, 3 HRs, 19 RBIs JORDAN NEFF Sr., Hempfield Pitcher 4-1, 0.48

JORDAN NEFF

Sr., Hempfield Pitcher 4-1, 0.48 ERA, 41 Ks

JORDAN NEFF Sr., Hempfield Pitcher 4-1, 0.48 ERA, 41 Ks JOHN ARMBRUST Jr., Garden Spot Infielder

JOHN ARMBRUST

Jr., Garden Spot Infielder .488, 2 HRs, 14 RBIs

ARMBRUST Jr., Garden Spot Infielder .488, 2 HRs, 14 RBIs DEREK FISHER Sr., Cedar Crest Outfielder

DEREK FISHER

Sr., Cedar Crest Outfielder .472, 9 HRs, 21 RBIs

FISHER Sr., Cedar Crest Outfielder .472, 9 HRs, 21 RBIs GALEN RADER Jr., Cedar Crest Infielder

GALEN RADER

Jr., Cedar Crest Infielder .407, 0 HRs, 11 RBIs

GALEN RADER Jr., Cedar Crest Infielder .407, 0 HRs, 11 RBIs ZACH SMITH Jr., Cedar Crest

ZACH SMITH

Jr., Cedar Crest Infielder .500, 1 HR, 20 RBIs

ZACH SMITH Jr., Cedar Crest Infielder .500, 1 HR, 20 RBIs ZACH HOSTETTER Jr., Cedar Crest

ZACH HOSTETTER

Jr., Cedar Crest Outfielder .453, 5 HRs, 20 RBIs

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, P a . 2011 SPRING ALL  STARS June 20, 2011  ANDREW CLARK Jr.,

ANDREW CLARK

Jr., Hempfield District Three AAA team title

 ANDREW CLARK Jr., Hempfield District Three AAA team title PATRICK MORAN Sr., Donegal L-L AA

PATRICK MORAN

Sr., Donegal L-L AA champion; District Three AA doubles champion; PIAA AA doubles third place

Three AA doubles champion; PIAA AA doubles third place WES FORTNA Jr., Cedar Crest L-L AAA

WES FORTNA

Jr., Cedar Crest L-L AAA finalist District Three AAA finalist

Boys’ Tennis Player of the Year JODY SAMBRICK, Lampeter-Strasburg
Boys’ Tennis
Player of the Year
JODY SAMBRICK,
Lampeter-Strasburg

Boys’

Tennis

the Year JODY SAMBRICK, Lampeter-Strasburg Boys’ Tennis DARREN MAST So., Conestoga Valley L-L AAA semifinalist
the Year JODY SAMBRICK, Lampeter-Strasburg Boys’ Tennis DARREN MAST So., Conestoga Valley L-L AAA semifinalist

DARREN MAST

So., Conestoga Valley L-L AAA semifinalist District Three AAA quarterfinalist

L-L AAA semifinalist District Three AAA quarterfinal ist JODY SAMBRICK Sr., Lampeter-Strasburg L-L AAA champion

JODY SAMBRICK

Sr., Lampeter-Strasburg L-L AAA champion District Three AAA semifinalist

Undefeated during the regular season, Jody Sambrick advanced to the Lancaster- Lebanon League Class AAA singles final and successfully defended his 2010 title with a 6-3, 6-1 victory over Cedar Crest’s Wes Fortna. Ranked as the top seed in the District Three Class AAA Tournament, Sambrick was shocked in the semifinals by Manheim Township’s Jack Barry but battled back to defeat Cumberland Valley’s Andrew Grossman and earn a berth in the PIAA AAA Singles Tournament.

and earn a berth in the PIAA AAA Singles Tournament. Coach of the Year RYAN JECKEL,

Coach of the Year

RYAN JECKEL, Manheim Central

That a rival coach would call the Barons “outstanding from top to bottom,’’ is a testament to Ryan Jeckel’s effort with Manheim Central, which claimed the Lancaster-Lebanon League Section Two title. Jeckel helped guide the doubles team of Drew Wolgemuth and brother Colin, who finished third in the District Three Class AA Tournament and earned a berth at states.

Wolgemuth and brother Colin, who finished third in the District Three Class AA Tournament and earned

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 June 20, 2011 2011 SPRING ALL  STARS EMILY WYLDE Sr., Elizabethtown First Base .457

EMILY WYLDE

Sr., Elizabethtown First Base .457 avg., 18 RBIs

8 2B, 1 HR, 13 runs

First Base .457 avg., 18 RBIs 8 2B, 1 HR, 13 runs MALLORY RUTLEDGE Sr., Solanco

MALLORY RUTLEDGE

Sr., Solanco Pitcher 5-0, 26.2 IP, 1.31 ERA

2 BB, 32 SO

Sr., Solanco Pitcher 5-0, 26.2 IP, 1.31 ERA 2 BB, 32 SO ASHLEY TSHUDY Jr., Warwick

ASHLEY TSHUDY

Jr., Warwick Outfield .444 avg., 16 RBIs 7 2B, 1 3B, 2 HR, 12 runs

Outfield .444 avg., 16 RBIs 7 2B, 1 3B, 2 HR, 12 runs KATE MILLER Sr.,

KATE MILLER

Sr., Solanco Shortstop .500 avg., 22 RBIs 4 2B, 4 3B, 2 HR, 20 runs

Shortstop .500 avg., 22 RBIs 4 2B, 4 3B, 2 HR, 20 runs CARYN BAILEY Jr.,

CARYN BAILEY

Jr., Elizabethtown Catcher .526 avg., 17 RBIs 4 2B, 6 3B, 3 HR, 13 runs

Catcher .526 avg., 17 RBIs 4 2B, 6 3B, 3 HR, 13 runs SAMANTHA GINDER Sr.,

SAMANTHA GINDER

Sr., Manheim Central Shortstop .489 avg., 17 RBIs 4 2B, 1 3B, 5 HR, 17 runs

Shortstop .489 avg., 17 RBIs 4 2B, 1 3B, 5 HR, 17 runs LAURA GEBHART Sr.,

LAURA GEBHART

Sr., Donegal Outfield .388 avg., 14 RBIs 4 2B, 3 3B, 1 HR, 14 runs

Outfield .388 avg., 14 RBIs 4 2B, 3 3B, 1 HR, 14 runs HAYLEY BOLLINGER CASSIDY

HAYLEY BOLLINGER

avg., 14 RBIs 4 2B, 3 3B, 1 HR, 14 runs HAYLEY BOLLINGER CASSIDY GODBER So.,

CASSIDY GODBER

So., Donegal

So., Warwick

Second Base

Outfield

.413 avg., 16 RBIs

.397 avg., 8 RBIs

3 2B, 2 3B, 26 runs

1 2B, 4 3B, 2 HR, 23 runs

avg., 8 RBIs 3 2B, 2 3B, 26 runs 1 2B, 4 3B, 2 HR, 23

EMILY DETZ

Sr., Columbia Pitcher 14-2, 99 IP, 0.35 ERA 10 BB, 154 SO

Sr., Columbia Pitcher 14-2, 99 IP, 0.35 ERA 10 BB, 154 SO PAIGE STUPPY So., Northern

PAIGE STUPPY

So., Northern Lebanon Third Base .438 avg., 17 RBIs 3 2B, 4 3B, 13 runs

Coach of the Year STEVE GINDER, Manheim Central

In his third season at the helm of Manheim Central softball, Steve Ginder coached the Barons to the ultimate game of the scholastic season: the PIAA Class AAA state championship game. The Barons hit the reset button after falling in the L-L title game and ran the table in the District Three Class AAA tournament, defeating Donegal for the title, 3-1. Making its third state playoff appearance, and first since 1986, Manheim won three more times to get to the state championship, where the Barons fell to Valley, 3-1.

and first since 1986, Manheim won three more times to get to the state championship, where

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where the Barons fell to Valley, 3-1. L ancaster , P a . Softball Softball Player

Softball

Softball Player of the Year EMILY DETZ Columbia
Softball
Player of the Year
EMILY DETZ
Columbia

Emily Detz put an exclamation point on a stellar career with a senior season for the ages. She was at the forefront as the Crimson Tide posted a best-ever 18-5 record, winning its first Lancaster-Lebanon League Section Four championship.

In 149 innings of work Detz pitched five no-hitters, including three perfect games,

and posted an earned run average of 0.96 while throwing 10 shutouts. She held

opponents to a .137 batting average, issuing 24 walks while striking out 213 batters. Leading off in the Tide lineup she hit .458 with an on-base percentage of .540 and

a slugging average of .736.

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, P a . 2011 SPRING ALL  STARS June 20, 2011  Boys’ Volleyball MARK

Boys’ Volleyball

SPRING ALL  STARS June 20, 2011  Boys’ Volleyball MARK FEILER SEAN SNYDER DYLAN WEBER

MARK FEILER

 STARS June 20, 2011  Boys’ Volleyball MARK FEILER SEAN SNYDER DYLAN WEBER Sr., Hempfield

SEAN SNYDER

June 20, 2011  Boys’ Volleyball MARK FEILER SEAN SNYDER DYLAN WEBER Sr., Hempfield Sr., Hempfield

DYLAN WEBER

Sr., Hempfield

Sr., Hempfield

Jr., Penn Manor

Outside Hitter

 

Outside Hitter

Outside Hitter

449

kills, 40 blocks

720 kills, 104 blocks

406 kills, 13.5 blocks

60

aces, 227 digs

82

aces, 332 digs

24 aces, 168 digs

aces, 227 digs 82 aces, 332 digs 24 aces, 168 digs MATT LAUVER ANDREW SMITH JOEL

MATT LAUVER

82 aces, 332 digs 24 aces, 168 digs MATT LAUVER ANDREW SMITH JOEL HARNLY Sr., Lanc.

ANDREW SMITH

aces, 332 digs 24 aces, 168 digs MATT LAUVER ANDREW SMITH JOEL HARNLY Sr., Lanc. Mennonite

JOEL HARNLY

Sr., Lanc. Mennonite

Sr., Elizabethtown

Sr., Manheim Central

Outside Hitter

 

Middle Hitter

Outside Hitter

511

kills, 54 blocks

332 kills, 82 blocks

318 kills, 25 blocks

20

aces, 116 digs

39

aces, 114 digs

13 assists, 202 digs

Player of the Year SEAN SNYDER Hempfield On a team with several options on attack,
Player of the Year
SEAN SNYDER
Hempfield
On a team with several options on attack,
Sean Snyder provided the biggest swing
for the Black Knights. Up front or from
the back row, Snyder could find the floor
on the other side of the net with precision
and pace. Heading to George Mason where
he is hoping to walk on, Snyder finished the
season with 720 kills and 104 blocks.
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The loss of two All-State players from last season might have been enough to send the Barons back into the middle of the pack, but Dietrich blended returning experience with the quick maturation of new varsity players into a repeat Section Two champion. Guiding a pair of sophomores, outside hitter Josiah Hershberger and settter Robbie Lawyer, were keys to Dietrich’s and the Barons’ success this season.

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Girls’ Field Athlete of the Year

SARAH FAIRBANKS, Elizabethtown

Field Athlete of the Year SARAH FAIRBANKS, Elizabethtown Girls’ Track & Field Elizabethtown junior Sarah

Girls’ Track & Field

Elizabethtown junior Sarah Fairbanks, left, steadily improved during the postseason in the discus. She was second at leagues (116-1), second at districts (117-9) and capped her year by placing fourth at states (125-10).

and capped her year by placing fourth at states (125-10). BRIDGET NESLUND Jr., Manheim Township Long
and capped her year by placing fourth at states (125-10). BRIDGET NESLUND Jr., Manheim Township Long
and capped her year by placing fourth at states (125-10). BRIDGET NESLUND Jr., Manheim Township Long
and capped her year by placing fourth at states (125-10). BRIDGET NESLUND Jr., Manheim Township Long
and capped her year by placing fourth at states (125-10). BRIDGET NESLUND Jr., Manheim Township Long
and capped her year by placing fourth at states (125-10). BRIDGET NESLUND Jr., Manheim Township Long

BRIDGET NESLUND

Jr., Manheim Township Long Jump L-L champ 17-0.5. Triple Jump L-L champ 36-7; 3rd districts 37-0.25.

MORGAN MUMMAU

Jr., Manheim Central

100 meters

L-L champ, 12.57;

4th districts 12.48.

200 meters

L-L champ 25.73; 2nd districts 25.45.

GRETA LINDSLEY

Fr., Penn Manor 1,600 meters L-L champ, 5:13.80; 7th districts 5:15.94. 3,200 meters L-L champ 11:36.13.

OLIVIA ESBENSHADE

So., Elizabethtown 800 meters L-L champ 2:19.90; 3rd districts 2:19.89.

AUDREY BAMFORD

Sr., Elizabethtown High Hurdles L-L champ 15.40; district champ 15.05.

OLIVIA LEAMAN

Sr., Donegal Javelin L-L champ 125-6; 4th districts 129-9; 8th states 129-8.

L-L champ 125-6; 4th districts 129-9; 8th states 129-8. REBECCA SWISHER Jr., Lancaster Catholic Pole Vault

REBECCA SWISHER

Jr., Lancaster Catholic Pole Vault L-L champ 11-0; 5th districts 11-0.

Catholic Pole Vault L-L champ 11-0; 5th districts 11-0. LAURA WISSLER Jr., Penn Manor Shot put

LAURA WISSLER

Jr., Penn Manor Shot put L-L champ 37-8.25; 2nd districts, 38-8; 8th states 38-1.

put L-L champ 37-8.25; 2nd districts, 38-8; 8th states 38-1. VICKI BRUBAKER Sr., Lampeter-Strasburg Intermediate Hurdles

VICKI BRUBAKER

Sr., Lampeter-Strasburg Intermediate Hurdles L-L champ 45.29; 2nd districts 45.70.

Intermediate Hurdles L-L champ 45.29; 2nd districts 45.70. BREANNA BARBER So., Manheim Central High jump L-L

BREANNA BARBER

So., Manheim Central High jump L-L champ 5-2

BREANNA BARBER So., Manheim Central High jump L-L champ 5-2 SARAH FAIRBANKS Jr., Elizabethtown Discus L-L

SARAH FAIRBANKS

Jr., Elizabethtown Discus L-L runner-up 116-1, 2nd districts 117-9; 4th states 125-10.

L-L runner-up 116-1, 2nd districts 117-9; 4th states 125-10. SARAH HELGESON Fr., Hempfield 400 meters L-L

SARAH HELGESON

Fr., Hempfield 400 meters L-L champ 57.39

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Girls’ Track Athlete of the Year MORGAN MUMMAU, Manheim Central
Girls’ Track
Athlete of the Year
MORGAN MUMMAU,
Manheim Central

Manheim Central junior sprinter Morgan Mummau won both the 100 (12.57) and

200

(25.73) titles at leagues, then took second in the 200 (25.45) and fourth in the

100

(12.48) in Class AAA competition at the District Three Meet.

400-METER RELAY

COCALICO Sr. Courtney Ueber- roth, Fr. Gina Glass, Fr. Emily Johnson, Sr. Jessica Lawville L-L champs, 50.86.

1,600-METER RELAY

HEMPFIELD Sr. Kelley Donovan, Sr. Sharon Bomb- erger, Jr. Rachel Cox, Fr. Sarah Helgeson, Jr. Melissa Cox. L-L champ 4:01.48; 2nd districts 3:58.01.

3,200-METER RELAY

PENN MANOR Jr. Emily Novak, Fr. Meghan Maisano, Sr. Kate Maisel, Fr. Greta Lindsley. L-L champ 9:34.54; district champs

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Greta Lindsley. L-L champ 9:34.54; district champs 9:24.71. Girls’ Track & Field Coach of the Year

Girls’ Track & Field

Coach of the Year JEFF HARNISH, Elizabethtown

Elizabethtown’s Jeff Harnish led the Bears to their first-ever L-L League Meet team crown and a second- place finish in Section One.

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Township’s Quint Miller is a multi-sport star, big-game performer

BY MATT BLYMIER

Sports Staff

B ig-game performer. There isn’t a better compliment than that for an athlete and Manheim Town-

ship’s Quint Miller is the quintessential big-game performer. Pun intended. “My dad always says big-time players step up in big time games,” explained Miller, whose given name is

Frank Miller V. And he did, more than once. Wheth- er it was a crucial first down on the gridiron in the fall or a goal or two on the field in the spring, Miller answered the call for big plays time and again. His knack for big plays was just an exclamation point on a scholastic career that garnered him two all-state nods and three all-league honors in

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all-league honors in M A L E A T H L E T E O F

Quint Miller

garnered two all-

state honors and

three all-league

nods in football.

Miller also earned

all-league and

all-district honors

three times, was

the co-player of

the year in the

league and district

and was named

All-America in

lacrosse.

football and three all-league selections, co-player of the year and All-American in lacrosse. “I’m real honored to achieve all of that,” said Miller. “It wasn’t something that I strived for, so to achieve it feels pretty good.” Miller can add one more award to his already growing list:

Lancaster Newspapers 2011 Male Athlete of the Year. Miller was selected over a strong list of other worthy athletes that included the Solanco trio of Joe Welk (football, wrestling), Dan Neff (wres- tling) and Thomas Haines (wrestling), Warwick’s Deron Thompson (football, basketball), Hempfield’s Kyle Long (track), Manheim Central’s Derek Hart (foot- ball, basketball and track) and Cones- toga Valley’s Robbie Cardina (soccer, football, basketball and track). Miller’s favorite sport is lacrosse and he’ll continue playing it next year at Division I Jacksonville University. It was in lacrosse, a sport his father Frank IV played, where Miller received his big-game reputation. He started his career as a freshman with a game- winning overtime goal in the district championship game and followed that season by leading the league in scoring as a sophomore and junior. “Quint is good because his shot is better than most play- ers,” MT coach Kyle Wimer explained. “That’s because he always has a stick in his hand trying to get better.” Miller, who will be an alter- nate on the U19 national team, finished his career stepping up big again in the postseason where he averaged four goals per game in eight postseason contests. He highlighted that run with five straight goals in the district championship game that helped the Streaks to an overtime win. “He knows when he has to kick it in to an extra gear,” Wimer said of Miller, who finished his career with 250 goals and 84 assists. “He knows when it’s time to get a goal. In big-time

games it shows what an athlete he is to step up when the limelight is on with a big-time goal.” In his four seasons, Miller’s teams won 83 games, reached the Keystone Cup (state final), struck district gold three times and league gold twice. Miller played football for “fun” but made an equal impact in the fall as he did in the spring. “He was one those kids that you would find a way to get him the ball,” MT coach Mike Melynk said. “We put him in the Razorback to snap it to him directly, we handed it off to him and threw it to him. We put in different plays just to get him the ball.” Miller made the most of his touches by leading Section One with 56 catches for 850 yards. He hit paydirt 12 times and was the third highest scorer in the section. He was best, though, when punting the ball and was named to the all-state team twice. “I think he would be a Division I-AA player as a skilled guy,” says Melynk. “If he chose punting he would be Divi- sion I easily.” Miller’s best trait is probably his even-mannered personality. In two sports where testosterone and ego usually gets the best of people, Miller keeps his mouth closed and lets his play do the talking. “I don’t see a reason to get into it with opponents,” Miller said. “I just want to play.” Said Melynk, “His character is beyond reproach. I’ve never heard a player, coach or teacher say a bad word about Quint. He did the right things and it’s nice to see a kid recog- nized for athletic achievements, but it’s better because he is a good person.”

and it’s nice to see a kid recog- nized for athletic achievements, but it’s better because

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ALL  STARS J u n e 2 0 , 2 0 1 1  Laura

Laura Gebhart is a four-time First Team All-State, All-L-L League and All-Section Three selection in field hockey.

Ultimate hybrid

Donegal’s Laura Gebhart is accomplished, gregarious

BY PETE KAUFFMAN

Sports Staff

S he is, one coach said, definite- ly the “Total Package.’’ Those two words, issued by Hall of Fame field hockey coach

Bob Derr of Warwick, are about as perfect as you can get when describing Donegal’s Laura Gebhart. Gebhart, who signed with Penn State to continue her academic and field hockey careers, is, according to Derr, “probably one of the best players to come out of the L-L as long as I have been coaching (28 years). She is highly skilled on both sides of the ball and she is so versatile in that she could play any position and do it well.’’ A three-sport star for the Indians (field hockey, basketball, softball), and four-year starter in hockey and soft- ball, Gebhart was named the Lancaster Newspapers 2011 Female Athlete of the Year. She beat out a strong field that included Cocalico’s Jordan Page (field hockey, basketball, soccer), the Penn Manor duo of Maddy Hess (field hockey, basketball, lacrosse) and Katie Brene- man (field hockey, basketball, soccer) and Warwick’s Emily Cameron (swim- ming).

“There is no one more

deserv-

ing of this award then Laura. Great choice,’’ Wayne Emenheiser, Donegal’s softball coach, wrote in an email. “Laura is the ultimate team player, always sup- porting and encouraging her team- mates. I have seen in more than one instance over the past few years her pull aside a

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teammate and calm them down after a mistake and show that teammate that she believes in them to get the job done,’’ Emenheiser added. Perhaps the best judge of Gebhart’s abilities as a player and person was her scholastic field hockey coach, Jessica Shellenberger. “I guess one of the best ways to sum up who Laura Gebhart is, is to open the year book,’’ Shellenberger wrote in an email. “Laura is in absolutely every club and activity we offer at Donegal. She is truly a jack-of-all-trades: An outstand- ing athlete, student and person, deeply respected and admired by all.’’ Gebhart has earned the respect of opponents and coaches alike by her tire- less work ethic, her unparalleled abili- ties on the field, and her even-tempered approach to school and athletics. Her list of accomplishments on the field hockey pitch are extraordinary and reached beyond the borders of Lancaster County to the national and international level. To highlight a few, courtesy of Shellenberger:

n National Team Develop- mental Squad (2010-present). n Under-21 National Team

(2008-preset).

n Under-16 National Team (2006-08). n Two-time Scholas- tic First Team All-Amer- ican. n Four-time First Team All-State, All-L-L League and All-Section Three. “Laura’s the type of player that you dream about. She encompasses a combination of ath- leticism, intelligence, passion, determination and tenacity. She has helped to put our program on the map and we are truly in- debted to her contributions,’’ added Shellenberger, who had Gebhart lead the Indians to the 2008 L-L League and 2009 District Three Class AA titles. “Laura’s hockey career has taken her away from us for long stretches during the season more than once, and when she returns the girls are always excited to see her and get her back in the lineup (no jealousy),’’ Emen- heiser wrote. “In fact, this past season she was away for the L-L League championship game (a 2-1 Donegal win over Manheim Central) and the first two games of dis- tricts. The (rest of the) girls’ motto was to keep winning until Laura gets back.

They did not want the season to end at all, but absolutely not without her being there.’’ While Shellenberger and Emenheiser said they will both miss Gebhart’s con- tributions to their teams, they’re just go- ing to miss what Gebhart brings outside the lines as well. “As a person there is no one better,’’ Emenheiser said of Gebhart, who was the recipient of the L-L League’s A. Landis Brackbill Award for academic/ athletic achievement. “I will miss her positive, mature attitude next year along with the friendship we have built over the years.’’ Added Shellenberger: “I’m going to miss having Laura on field but also as a member of my team. She makes every- thing better just by being herself. She’s an amazing young woman and I can’t wait to see where life takes her.’’ Gebhart truly was the total package.

She’s an amazing young woman and I can’t wait to see where life takes her.’’ Gebhart

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20, 2011 2011 SPRING ALL  STARS L ancaster , P a . ERIC BACON Boys’
20, 2011 2011 SPRING ALL  STARS L ancaster , P a . ERIC BACON Boys’

ERIC BACON

Boys’

Lacrosse

 STARS L ancaster , P a . ERIC BACON Boys’ Lacrosse ANDREW MEIER SIMOS MANDROS

ANDREW MEIER

ancaster , P a . ERIC BACON Boys’ Lacrosse ANDREW MEIER SIMOS MANDROS C.J. BOSCH Sr.,

SIMOS MANDROS

a . ERIC BACON Boys’ Lacrosse ANDREW MEIER SIMOS MANDROS C.J. BOSCH Sr., Cocalico Jr., Hempfield

C.J. BOSCH

Sr., Cocalico

Jr., Hempfield

Jr., Hempfield

Jr., Hempfield

Short Stick

Faceoff

Long Stick

Midfield

Defender

.640 win

Midfield

57

goals,

100 ground balls

percentage

148 ground balls

19

assists

balls percentage 148 ground balls 19 assists JAQ PRESBERY Sr., Penn Manor Close Defense 58 ground

JAQ PRESBERY

Sr., Penn Manor Close Defense 58 ground balls

JAQ PRESBERY Sr., Penn Manor Close Defense 58 ground balls ROB WERTZ Sr., Manheim Twp. Midfield

ROB WERTZ

Sr., Manheim Twp. Midfield 38 goals, 15 assists

ROB WERTZ Sr., Manheim Twp. Midfield 38 goals, 15 assists ALEX TROUTMAN Sr., Conestoga Valley Close

ALEX TROUTMAN

Sr., Conestoga Valley Close Defense 99 ground balls

TROUTMAN Sr., Conestoga Valley Close Defense 99 ground balls TUCKER KEEFER Jr., Ephrata Midfield 49 goals,

TUCKER KEEFER

Jr., Ephrata Midfield 49 goals, 34 assists

TUCKER KEEFER Jr., Ephrata Midfield 49 goals, 34 assists BRIAN NEFF ALEX PSTRAK JOEY SELLERS Jr.,

BRIAN NEFF

Jr., Ephrata Midfield 49 goals, 34 assists BRIAN NEFF ALEX PSTRAK JOEY SELLERS Jr., Ephrata Goalie

ALEX PSTRAK

Midfield 49 goals, 34 assists BRIAN NEFF ALEX PSTRAK JOEY SELLERS Jr., Ephrata Goalie .633 save

JOEY SELLERS

Jr., Ephrata

Goalie

.633 save

percentage

Jr., Ephrata Close Defense 103 ground balls

Jr., Ephrata Close Defense 103 ground balls
Jr., Ephrata Close Defense 103 ground balls
Jr., Ephrata Close Defense 103 ground balls

Jr., Ephrata Attack 52 goals, 12 assists

Jr., Ephrata Attack 52 goals, 12 assists
Jr., Ephrata Attack 52 goals, 12 assists
Jr., Ephrata Attack 52 goals, 12 assists
ground balls Jr., Ephrata Attack 52 goals, 12 assists Boys’ Lacrosse Co-Players of the Year MICHAEL
ground balls Jr., Ephrata Attack 52 goals, 12 assists Boys’ Lacrosse Co-Players of the Year MICHAEL

Boys’ Lacrosse Co-Players of the Year

MICHAEL

ONDRUSEK,

Hempfield

Sr., Attack, 86 goals, 23 assists

Ondrusek, above, won the L-L League scoring title with a 109 points. The

Bucknell-bound senior scored 86 goals

in the regular season and dished out

23 assists. He also became the first L-L player to be named All-American twice and was named the District Three Co- MVP.

QUINT MILLER, Manheim Township

Sr., Attack, 44 goals, 19 assists

Miller, left, finished the regular season with 44 goals and 19 assists. The

Jacksonville recruit led his team to a L-

League championship and a District

Three title. He earned All-America honors and was the District Three Co- MVP.

Coach of the Year KEVIN PLETZ, Ephrata

Pletz led the Mountaineers to a 16-5 record and an appearance in the L-L League title game for the first time in school history. Pletz coached four players that were named to the L-L League First Team.

title game for the first time in school history. Pletz coached four players that were named

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Girls’ Lacrosse Player of the Year

DEVON SCHNEIDER, Manheim Township

Player of the Year DEVON SCHNEIDER, Manheim Township Girls’ Lacrosse Schneider, left, who has committed to
Player of the Year DEVON SCHNEIDER, Manheim Township Girls’ Lacrosse Schneider, left, who has committed to
Player of the Year DEVON SCHNEIDER, Manheim Township Girls’ Lacrosse Schneider, left, who has committed to
Player of the Year DEVON SCHNEIDER, Manheim Township Girls’ Lacrosse Schneider, left, who has committed to
Player of the Year DEVON SCHNEIDER, Manheim Township Girls’ Lacrosse Schneider, left, who has committed to

Girls’ Lacrosse

Schneider, left, who has committed to the University of Florida, earned her second straight Player of the Year honor after leading the league in scoring with 82 goals and 21 assists. She also won 83 draw controls, caused 46 turnovers and scooped 38 ground balls while leading her team to L-L League and District Three championships. Schneider was also named a First Team All-American.

Schneider was also named a First Team All-American. KARI LONGSTAFF Jr., Cocalico MVP Midfield 60 goals,
Schneider was also named a First Team All-American. KARI LONGSTAFF Jr., Cocalico MVP Midfield 60 goals,
Schneider was also named a First Team All-American. KARI LONGSTAFF Jr., Cocalico MVP Midfield 60 goals,

KARI LONGSTAFF

Jr., Cocalico MVP Midfield 60 goals, 38 assists

BRIDGET HUFNAGEL

Jr., Lamp.-Strasburg Midfield 63 goals, 24 assists

CASEY DAGGETT

Sr., Lanc. Country Day Attack 70 goals, 11 assists

SHANNON NEE

Jr., Manheim Twp. MVP Goalie .621 save percentage

MADDY HESS

Sr., Penn Manor Midfield 57 goals, 29 assists

ALICIA BURNS

Sr., Penn Manor MVP Attack 60 goals, 20 assists

KATIE BUPP

Sr., Hempfield MVP Defensive Midfield 51 goals, 40 assists

Sr., Hempfield MVP Defensive Midfield 51 goals, 40 assists MOLLY HENDRICK So., Manheim Twp. Midfield 57

MOLLY HENDRICK

So., Manheim Twp. Midfield 57 goals, 9 assists

HENDRICK So., Manheim Twp. Midfield 57 goals, 9 assists AVERY LONGSTAFF Jr., Cocalico Midfield 44 goals,

AVERY LONGSTAFF

Jr., Cocalico Midfield 44 goals, 29 assists

LONGSTAFF Jr., Cocalico Midfield 44 goals, 29 assists CAROLYN WESTPHAL Jr., Manheim Twp. Attack 48 goals,

CAROLYN WESTPHAL

Jr., Manheim Twp. Attack 48 goals, 33 assists

WESTPHAL Jr., Manheim Twp. Attack 48 goals, 33 assists MEGAN PINKERTON Jr., Manheim Twp. Midfield 47

MEGAN PINKERTON

Jr., Manheim Twp. Midfield 47 goals, 47 assists

PINKERTON Jr., Manheim Twp. Midfield 47 goals, 47 assists EMILY EDDOWES Jr., Penn Manor Defense 28

EMILY EDDOWES

Jr., Penn Manor Defense 28 grounds balls

EMILY EDDOWES Jr., Penn Manor Defense 28 grounds balls JESS MARTIN Sr., Conestoga Valley Goalie .599

JESS MARTIN

Sr., Conestoga Valley Goalie .599 save percentage

Coach of the Year MARY BETH CARDIN, Cocalico

Cardin led her team to an 18-5 record and a third straight Section Two title. The Eagles reached the District Three championship game for the first time in school history and advanced to the PIAA quarterfinals.

the District Three championship game for the first time in school history and advanced to the

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Boys’ Track Athlete of the Year MATTHEW GROFF, Hempfield
Boys’ Track
Athlete of the Year
MATTHEW GROFF,
Hempfield

Coach of the Year CURT ROGERS, Hempfield

Hempfield’s Curt Rogers led the Black Knights to Section One, L-L League Meet, District Three Meet and PIAA Class AAA team titles. It was just Hempfield’s second

PIAA team title in school history, but its second in three years as the Knights have enjoyed a successful run in Rogers’ two years guiding the boys’ team.

its second in three years as the Knights have enjoyed a successful run in Rogers’ two
run in Rogers’ two years guiding the boys’ team. Boys’ Track & Field Hempfield senior Matthew

Boys’ Track & Field

Hempfield senior Matthew Groff (2), who will compete for Richmond University in the fall, won his third straight L-L League 3,200 run title (9:25.30) and second consecutive league title in the 1,600 (4:22.26) as the Black Knights won the team crown. Groff then took second in the 3,200 (9:29.36) and 1,600 (4:16.77) at districts before ending his scholastic career with a seventh-place finish in the state Class AAA 1,600 in 4:17.80 as the Knights won their second team title in school history.

the Knights won their second team title in school history. TREY BLANDING Sr., Annville-Cleona Long jump

TREY BLANDING

Sr., Annville-Cleona Long jump L-L runner-up 21-5; 2nd districts 21-11.5.

Long jump L-L runner-up 21-5; 2nd districts 21-11.5. DEREK HART Sr., Manheim Central High Jump L-L

DEREK HART

Sr., Manheim Central High Jump L-L champ 6-6, district champ 6-8, 5th states 6-8.

High Jump L-L champ 6-6, district champ 6-8, 5th states 6-8. ERIC WITMER Sr., McCaskey 800

ERIC WITMER

Sr., McCaskey 800 meters L-L champ 1:58.10; 6th districts 1:57.00; 8th states 1:55.92.

champ 1:58.10; 6th districts 1:57.00; 8th states 1:55.92. NATE LITSCHI Jr., Elco Triple Jump L-L champ,

NATE LITSCHI

Jr., Elco Triple Jump L-L champ, 44-7.25; 6th districts, 45-1.

Elco Triple Jump L-L champ, 44-7.25; 6th districts, 45-1. JORDAN JONES Sr., Annville-Cleona Intermediate Hurdles

JORDAN JONES

Sr., Annville-Cleona Intermediate Hurdles

39.64;

1st districts 39.18, 3rd states 39.34.

Hurdles 39.64; 1st districts 39.18, 3rd states 39.34. MATTHEW GROFF Sr., Hempfield 1,600 meters L-L champ,

MATTHEW GROFF

Sr., Hempfield 1,600 meters L-L champ, 4:22.26; 2nd districts, 4:16.77; 7th states 4:17.80. 3,200 meters L-L champ, 9:25.30; 2nd districts 9:29.36.

3,200 meters L-L champ, 9:25.30; 2nd districts 9:29.36. KYLE LONG Jr., Hempfield Shot Put L-L champ,

KYLE LONG

Jr., Hempfield Shot Put L-L champ, 53-6.5; 2nd districts 59-2; state champ 58-3.5. Discus L-L champ 192-10 (L-L Meet record), district champ 190-5; state champ, 202-10 (meet record).

record), district champ 190-5; state champ, 202-10 (meet record). JOE SANTOS Sr., Hempfield 200 meters L-L

JOE SANTOS

Sr., Hempfield 200 meters L-L champ 22.80.

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, P a . 2011 SPRING ALL  STARS June 20, 2011 13 400-METER RELAY DONEGAL

400-METER RELAY

DONEGAL Jr. Jared Paioletti, Jr. Grif- fin Linhart, Jr. Johnnie Martin, Sr. Jahrell Dixon. L-L champ, 43.29; 6th districts, 43.28.

1,600-METER RELAY

HEMPFIELD Sr. Dylan Fitzpatrick, So. Traevon Hinton, Fr. Devon Santos, Sr. Joe Santos. L-L champ 3:26.13; 5th districts, 3:23.66.

3,200-METER RELAY

McCASKEY Jr. Tyler Holdren, Sr. Qui- wane Walker, Sr. Tyler Martin, Sr. Eric Witmer. L-L runner-up 7:55.28; 1st districts 7:47.50.

Eric Witmer. L-L runner-up 7:55.28; 1st districts 7:47.50. Boys’ Track & Field TERRANCE TAYLOR Jr., Conestoga

Boys’ Track & Field

7:55.28; 1st districts 7:47.50. Boys’ Track & Field TERRANCE TAYLOR Jr., Conestoga Valley 400 meters L-L

TERRANCE TAYLOR

Jr., Conestoga Valley 400 meters L-L champ, 49.98; 2nd districts, 48.64; 4th states 48.49.

L-L champ, 49.98; 2nd districts, 48.64; 4th states 48.49. ALEX TABARES Sr., Warwick High Hurdles L-L

ALEX TABARES

Sr., Warwick High Hurdles L-L champ, 14.85; 5th districts 15.11.

Warwick High Hurdles L-L champ, 14.85; 5th districts 15.11. STEVE FEISTER Sr., Hempfield Javelin L-L champ

STEVE FEISTER

Sr., Hempfield Javelin L-L champ 196-6, 2nd districts 188-8; 3rd states 196-11 (Penn Relays champ 211-5).

Boys’ Field Athlete of the Year

KYLE LONG,

Hempfield

Hempfield junior Kyle Long, left, won league titles in both the shot put (53- 6.5) and discus (192-10), which was a meet record. He then won the discus (190-5) and took second in the shot (59- 2) at districts. He finished his year with a record-setting throw of 202-10 to set the PIAA Class AAA mark in the discus, and he also won the shot put with a heave of 58-3.5

NOT PICTURED:

KELVIN CUNNINGHAM

Jr., McCaskey 100 meters L-L champ 11.27

PICTURED: KELVIN CUNNINGHAM Jr., McCaskey 100 meters L-L champ 11.27 TY GUMBERT Jr., Hempfield Pole Vault

TY GUMBERT

Jr., Hempfield Pole Vault L-L champ 14-0.

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2011 2011 SPRING ALL  STARS L ancaster , P a . DANIELLE BOND Sr., Cedar

DANIELLE BOND

Sr., Cedar Crest Defender 5 goals, 4 assists

DANIELLE BOND Sr., Cedar Crest Defender 5 goals, 4 assists MARIAH DIMM Sr., Hempfield Forward 17

MARIAH DIMM

Sr., Hempfield Forward 17 goals, 11 assists

MARIAH DIMM Sr., Hempfield Forward 17 goals, 11 assists MORGAN HIGGINS So., Conestoga Valley Midfielder 12

MORGAN HIGGINS

So., Conestoga Valley Midfielder 12 goals,8 assists

HIGGINS So., Conestoga Valley Midfielder 12 goals,8 assists TRISHA TSHUDY Jr., Lanc. Mennonite Forward/Midfielder 18

TRISHA TSHUDY

Jr., Lanc. Mennonite Forward/Midfielder 18 goals, 9 assists

Jr., Lanc. Mennonite Forward/Midfielder 18 goals, 9 assists LAUREN TROWER Jr., Hempfield Goalkeeper 10 shutouts, 0.67

LAUREN TROWER

Jr., Hempfield Goalkeeper 10 shutouts, 0.67 goals-against avg.

Hempfield Goalkeeper 10 shutouts, 0.67 goals-against avg. KATIE BRENEMAN Sr., Penn Manor Midfielder/Forward 9 goals,

KATIE BRENEMAN

Sr., Penn Manor Midfielder/Forward 9 goals, 5 assists

Sr., Penn Manor Midfielder/Forward 9 goals, 5 assists MACAULAY SOTO Jr., Warwick Forward/Midfielder 11 goals, 10

MACAULAY SOTO

Jr., Warwick Forward/Midfielder 11 goals, 10 assists

SOTO Jr., Warwick Forward/Midfielder 11 goals, 10 assists HANNAH WILLETT Sr., Penn Manor Defender Helped PM

HANNAH WILLETT

Sr., Penn Manor Defender Helped PM tie a PIAA Spring record with 21 shutouts

Helped PM tie a PIAA Spring record with 21 shutouts HANNAH WEYLAND LESLIE HENNY LAUREN SPROLES

HANNAH WEYLAND

tie a PIAA Spring record with 21 shutouts HANNAH WEYLAND LESLIE HENNY LAUREN SPROLES Sr., Donegal

LESLIE HENNY

Spring record with 21 shutouts HANNAH WEYLAND LESLIE HENNY LAUREN SPROLES Sr., Donegal Defender 3 goals,

LAUREN SPROLES

Sr., Donegal Defender 3 goals, 1 assist Sr., Manheim Twp. Midfielder/Forward 11 goals, 11 assists
Sr., Donegal
Defender
3 goals, 1 assist
Sr., Manheim Twp.
Midfielder/Forward
11 goals, 11 assists
Sr., Warwick
Defender
1 goal, 3 assists

Girls’

Soccer

Co-Coaches of the Year

JOHN SHETROMPH, Manheim Central

Co-Coaches of the Year JOHN SHETROMPH, Manheim Central Taking over a program that went 28-40-3 over

Taking over a program that went 28-40-3 over the previous four seasons, Shetromph guided the Barons to a 15-5 record this spring, which led Central to a share of the Section Three title and its first L-L playoff appearance since 2006.

Three title and its first L-L playoff appearance since 2006. BILL ZAPATA, Penn Manor Despite losing

BILL

ZAPATA,

Penn Manor

Despite losing 12 quality seniors from last year’s team, Zapata led the Comets to

the Section One title, the L- L League title and a berth in the PIAA Spring title game,

which it lost to Cumberland Valley, 1-0.

Girls’ Soccer Player of the Year MARIAH DIMM Hempfield
Girls’ Soccer Player of the Year
MARIAH DIMM
Hempfield

A constant playmaker and scoring threat in the attacking third, Dimm’s 19 goals and 11 assists this spring helped lead the Black Knights to a runner-up finish in Section One, a spot in the L-L League final and a berth in the PIAA Spring quarterfinals. Dimm, a senior forward, was the L-L League’s top nominee for the All-State team.

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B O Y S ’

T R A C K

A N D

F I E L D

SEASON BESTS

100 METERS

1.

1.

3.

4.

4.

4.

4.

1.

1.

3.

4.

5.

6.

6.

1.

1.

3.

3.

5.

6. Eric Witmer, McCaskey

Eric Kilmer, Lampeter-Strasburg

Dajour James, McCaskey

Mark Engle, Lancaster Mennonite

Demetrius Dixon, Penn

Randy Myers, Lampeter-Strasburg

Terrance Taylor, Conestoga Valley

Sawyer Weiler, Warwick

200

Demetruis Dixon, Penn

Matt Deysher, Cedar Crest

Dajour James, McCaskey

Terrance Taylor, Conestoga Valley

Joe Santos, Hempfield

Sawyer Weiler, Warwick

Joe Vedilago, Northern Lebanon

Manor

METERS

Manor

400

METERS

Terrance Taylor, Conestoga Valley

Mychal Robinson, Cedar Crest

Sergey Grinev, Elco

Demetrius Dixon, Penn Manor

Ben

Mason, Annville-Cleona

800

METERS

1. Eric Witmer, McCaskey

2. Alex Galli,

3. Matthew Groff, Hempfield

4. Carlos Rivera, Warwick

5. Ian Hackett,

6. Matt Devlin, Warwick 1,600 METERS

1. Matthew Groff, Hempfield

2. Naeb Mengisteab, Conestoga Valley

3. Alex

4. Alex Hinnenkamp, Manheim Twp

5. Harrison Schettler, Penn Manor

6. Shaun Wolfe, Annville-Cleona 3,200 METERS

1. Matthew Groff, Hempfield

2. Alex Galli, Cedar Crest

3. Quiwane Walker, McCaskey

4. Ben Mueller, Warwick

5. Hunter Adams, Cedar Crest

6. Jon Ausel, Solanco

1. Matt Deysher, Cedar Crest

2.

2.

4.

5.

6.

6.

1.

2.

3. Alex Tabares, Warwick

4. Adam Stern, Elizabethtown

5. Quint Felak, Ephrata

6. Denzel Brown, McCaskey 400 RELAY

1. Annville-Cleona

Cedar Crest

Manheim Township

Galli, Cedar Crest

110 HURDLES

Robert Cardina, Conestoga Valley

Alex Tabares, Warwick

Derek Hart, Manheim Central

Ryan Brown, Elizabethtown

Nate Litschi, Elco

Brian Keith, Cedar Crest

300

HURDLES

Matt Deysher, Cedar Crest

Jordan Jones, Annville-Cleona

(Blanding, Hess, Smith, Mason)

2.

Hempfield

(Longenecker, Lopez, Hinton, Santos)

3. Donegal

(Paiolitti, Libhart, Martin, Dixon)

4. McCaskey

(Cunningham, Heard, Williams, Johnson)

5. Northern Lebanon

(Jamison, Vedilago, Boyer, Ryan)

6. Conestoga Valley

(Brison, Schmalhofer, Burkholder, Taylor) 1,600 RELAY

(Ditzler, Coleman, Galli, Robinson)

1. Cedar

2. Conestoga Valley

Crest

(Dickson, Taylor, Brown, Bogale)

3. Lancaster Mennonite

(Sturges, Gronros, Shoff, Zook)

4. Hempfield

(D. Santos, Fitzpatrick, Hinton, J. Santos)

5. McCaskey

(Witmer, Walston, Heard, Martin)

6. Donegal

(Dixon, Martin, Libhart, Sager) 3,200 RELAY

(Holdren, Walker, Martin, Witmer)

1. McCaskey

2. Elco

(Gerberich, Grinev, Shultz, Harnish)

3. Cedar Crest

(Robinson, Ditzler, Adams, Galli)

4. Hempfield

(Birk, Taylor, Leiden, White)

5. Lancaster Mennonite

(Zook, Shoff, Schatz, Sturges)

6. Manheim Township

10.8

10.8

10.9

11.0

11.0

11.0

11.0

22.2

22.2

22.3

22.4

22.5

22.6

22.6

48.49

49.69

50.2

50.2

50.35

50.4

1:55.48

1:56.0

1:57.1

1:58.0

1:58.6

1:58.61

4:16.77

4:21.57

4:23.0

4:23.15

4:26.54

4:29.48

9:25.3

9:28.93

9:38.38

9:45.32

9:46.76

9:48.22

14.4

14.7

14.7

14.8

14.9

15.2

15.2

39.1

39.18

39.7

40.4

40.6

40.95

43.0

43.04

43.28

43.4

43.5

43.7

3:19.7

3:20.42

3:22.4

3:23.66

3:24.85

3:25.58

7:47.5

7:51.94

7:52.53

8:00.51

8:01.72

8:02.96

(Zimmerman, Warner, Hackett, Hinnenkamp) SHOT PUT

1. Kyle Felpel, Cocalico

2. Kyle Long, Hempfield

3. Charlito Iwuagwu, N. Lebanon

4. Anthony Ford, McCaskey

5. Clayton Hoffmaster, Manheim

6. Austin Sullivan, Cedar Crest DISCUS

2. Felpel, Cocalico

1. Long, Hempfield

Kyle

Kyle

3. Charlito Iwuagwu, N. Lebanon

4. Jesus Ascencio, McCaskey

5. Steven Feister, Hempfield

6. J. D. Aument, Hempfield JAVELIN

1. Steve Feister, Hempfield

2. Jamie Colon, Donegal

3. Kyle Felpel, Cocalico

4. Evan Ditzler, Cedar Crest

5. Brian Finney, Elizabethtown

a-x

59-2

50-8

50-6

d-v

a-v

202-10

49-9

59-3

50-1

185-11

178-3

174-2

138-8

137-5

211-5

198-8

191-9

182-8

177-5

6.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

1.

2.

3.

4.

4.

4.

1.

2.

3.

4.

4.

6.

Cole Proffitt, Manheim Central LONG JUMP

Hassan Beattie, McCaskey

Trey Blanding, Annville-Cleona

Eric Kilmer, Lampeter-Strasburg

Demetrius Dixon, Penn Manor

Julienne Cypress, McCaskey

Charlie Hargrove, Lancaster Mennonite

Nate Litschi, Elco

Kamau Njenga, Ephrata

Trey Blanding, Annville-Cleona

Hassan Beattie, McCaskey

John Martin, Garden Spot

Demetrius Dixon, Penn Manor HIGH JUMP

Derek Hart, Manheim Central

Max Mahan, Garden Spot

Robert Cardina, Conestoga Valley

Nate Litschi, Elco

Brian Boltz, Northern Lebanon

Noel Burgos, McCaskey

TRIPLE JUMP

POLE VAULT

Ty Gumpert, Hempfield

Brian Boltz. Northern Lebanon

Drew Engle, Manheim Central

Ben Graybill, Cocalico

Dakota Echenmann, Annville-Cleona

Dan Bogush, Garden Spot

177-1

3/4

22-3

21-11 a-v

a-x

21-8

a-x

46-11 a-x

44-4

44-1

a-v

a-x

42-11

6-8

6-7

6-6

6-3

6-3

6-3

14-0

13-9

13-6

13-0

13-0

12-8

22-11

21-8

21-6

43-7

43-3

G I R L S ’

T R A C K

A N D

F I E L D

SEASON BEST

100

METERS

1.

2.

2.

4.

5.

6.

6.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

5.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

1. Audrey

2. Kirsten Bass, Conestoga Valley

3. Danesha Butler, Garden Spot

4. Vicki Brubaker, Lampeter-Strasburg

5. Samantha Walmer, Elco

6. Tricia Light, Annville-Cleona

Morgan Mummau, Manheim Central

Jada Dunsen, Lancaster Mennonite

Ciara Lilly, McCaskey

Auryonah Nash, Conestoga Valley

Anne Romanauskas, Elizabethtown

Danesha Butler, Garden Spot

Catherine Vo, Manheim Township

200

400

800

METERS

METERS

METERS

Morgan Mummau, Manheim Central

Ciara Lilly, McCaskey

Erin Dombach, Lampeter-Strasburg

Aurynoah Nash, Conestoga Valey

Danesha Butler, Garden Spot

Catherine Vo, Manheim Township

Sarah Helgeson, Hempfield

Morgan Mummau, Manheim Central

Mary Witmer, Ephrata

Jessie Greenslade, Penn Manor

Ciara Lilly, McCaskey

Karrie Rice, Donegal

Olivia Esbenshade, Elizabethtown

Emily Graber, Warwick

Greta Lindsley, Penn Manor

Meghan Maisano, Penn Manor

Kelsie Nolan, Hempfield

Rebekah Stoltzfus, Conestoga Valley 1,600 METERS

Greta Lindsley, Penn Manor

Olivia Espenshade, Elizabethtown

Ashley Cox, Hempfield

Emily Graber, Warwick

Emily Blackshire, Ephrata

Alicia Dillman, Conestoga Valley 3,200 METERS

Greta Lindsley, Penn Manor

Kara Mueser, Elizabethtown

Kelsie Ashley, Hempfield

Katherine Solomon, Elizabethtown

Janessa Martin, Lanc. Mennonite

Brianna Heikkinen, Conestoga Valley

100

HURDLES

Bamford, Elizabethtown

300

HURDLES

1. Vicki Brubaker, Lampeter-Strasburg

2. Mary Witmer, Ephrata

3. Hannah Williams, Garden Spot

4. Katie Kalupson, Solanco

5. Angel Jacabella, Annville-Cleona

6. Samantha Walmer, Elco 400 RELAY

1. Elizabethtown

(Davis, Ingold, Waite, Romanauskas)

2.

Cocalico

(Ueberroth, Johnson, Glass, Lawville)

3.

Lampeter-Strasburg

(Dombach, Sellers, Gilbert, Brubaker)

4.

McCaskey

(Washington, Lilly, Schmalhoffer, Bishop)

5.

Conestoga Valley

(Bass, Ortiz, Musser, Nash)

6.

(Bomberger, Myket, Donovan, Rothmiller) 1,600 RELAY

1.

Hempfield

Hempfield

(Bomberger, Donovan, Cox, Helgeson)

2.

Lampeter-Strasburg

(Brubaker, Reynolds, Sellers, Dombach)

3.

Penn Manor

(Lindsley, Maisano, Maisel, Greenslade)

4.

Ephrata

(Blouch, Witmer, Brubaker, Blackshire)

5.

Elizabethtown

(Waite, Romanauskas, Esbenshade, Markham)

6.

(Glassmoyer, Walmer, Gilbertson, Wike) 3,200 RELAY

1.

Elco

Penn Manor

12.1

12.4

12.4

12.6

12.6

12.7

12.7

25.2

26.09

26.3

26.6

26.7

26.7

57.39

57.7

58.01

60.3

60.5

61.0

2:19.13

2:19.46

2:20.14

2:21.66

2:23.34

2:24.17

5:10.7

5:10.99

5:19.43

5:24.76

5:25.11

5:28.44

11:36.13

11:50.18

11:52.12

11:55.24

11:55.9

11:56.0

15.05

15.3

15.5

15.7

16.2

16.51

45.2

46.9

47.13

47.7

48.04

48.8

50.2

50.86

50.99

51.13

51.23

51.27

3:58.01

4:00.73

4:03.2

4:03.71

4:08.3

4:10.1

9:24.71

(Maisel, Novak, Maisano, Lindsley)

2.

Hempfield

(R. Cox, Hilliard, M. Cox, Nolan)

9:29.31

3. Lampeter-Strasburg

(Miranda, Sellers, Kirchner, Reynolds)

4. Annville-Cleona

(White, V. Siebecker, Corle, A. Siebecker)

5. Conestoga Valley

(Reed, Martin, Dillman, Stoltzfus)

6. Cocalico

(Sensenig, Wallace. Gingrich, Drexel) SHOT PUT

1. Laura Wissler, Penn Manor

2. Sarah Fairbanks, Elizabethtown

3. Shannon Hernley, N. Lebanon

4. Alisha Johnson, Lebanon

5. Hannah Grove, Warwick

6. Kelli Farris, Hempfield

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

1.

2.

3.

3.

5.

6.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

1.

1.

1.

1.

5.

6.

6.

6.

6.

1.

2.

2.

4.

4.

6.

Lauree Weigand, Manheim Central

POLE VAULT

DISCUS

Sarah Fairbanks, Elizabethtown

Shannon Hernley, N. Lebanon

Sarah Connor, Penn Manor

Helen Doolittle, Penn Manor

Alexandria Kohl-Henry, Garden Spot

Megan Haines, Penn Manor JAVELIN

Chrissy Rickert, Hempfield

Olivia Leaman, Donegal

Casey Meier, Elizabethtown

Tiffany Heisey, Elizabethtown

Skye Charleston, Manheim

Central

Shannon Hernley, Northern Lebanon LONG JUMP

Bridget Nesland, Manheim

Angel Jacabella, Annville-Cleona

Jessie Greenslade, Penn Manor

Tabitha Litschi, Elco

Audrey Bamford, Elizabethtown

Morgan Mummau, Man. Central TRIPLE JUMP

Bridget Neslund, Manheim Twp

Spencer Nendza, Hempfield

Mary Witmer, Ephrata

Marla Simmons, Cedar Crest

Courtney Ueberroth, Cocalico

Jess Babich, Garden Spot HIGH JUMP

Jada Dunsen, Lancaster Mennonite

Breanna Barber, Manheim Central

Audrey Bamford, Elizabethtown

Ashley Strenko, Cocalico

Savanna Stauffer, Conestoga Valley

Bobbie Uleary, McCaskey

Lisa Bou, Cedar Crest

Rachel Horoff, Garden Spot

Rebecca Swisher, Lancaster Catholic

Kayla Garpstas, Hempfield

Rachel Hoover, Garden Spot

Danielle Poletti, Hempfield

Caitlin Musser, Conestoga Valley

Ellie Womble, Lancaster Catholic

B

V

O Y S ’

O L L E Y B A L L

10:02.3

10:05.3

10:11.3

10:11.44

d-v

37-10

37-7a-v

36-4

d-v

35-8

125-10

121-7

121-6

116-2

113-3

110-7

133-0

132-9

124-9

121-8

113-11

113-9

a-x

d-v

16-3

16-3

a-x

15-10 a-v

a-v

a-v

35-7

34-7

a-v

d-v

5-2

5-2

5-2

5-2

5-1

5-0

5-0

5-0

5-0

11-0

10-9

10-6

10-3

10-3

10-0

39-6

35-8

17-4

16-5

16-1

37-0

35-8

34-3

34-0

SECTION ONE

First Team

Pos.

OH

S

OPP

OH

OH

M

L

Jess

Second Team

S

S

OH

OH

M

OH

M

M

Honorable Mention

OH—Pat Nevin (PM), Mat Gass (Eph), Aaron Blevins

(War). OPP—Joey Jackson (PM). M—Dayonte Dixon

(PM). S—Jordan Shultz (Eph), Matt Bartow (Eph). L

Brandon Kramer (War). SECTION TWO First Team

OH

OH

L

MH

MH

RS

MH

OPP

MH

Andrew Smith (Elizabethtown)

Joel Harnly (Manheim Central)

Andrew Horst (Cocalico)

Corey Hauck (Garden Spot)

Cheyenne Weber (Penn Manor)

Nate Zimmerman (Warwick)

Adam Eder (Cedar Crest)

Shawn Hines (Manheim Township)

OH

Nick Oberholtzer (Hempfield)

Chris Prosser (Ephrata)

Galen Kane (Warwick)

Mark Feiler

Sean Snyder (Hempfield)

Dylan Weber (Penn Manor) Eric Slaugh (Hempfield)

Player (School)

(Hempfield)

(McCaskey)

Reist

David Witmer (Ephrata) A.J. Pappas (Hempfield)

Dan Hostetter (Hempfield)

Brandon Gonzales (Warwick)

Matt Lauver (Lancaster Mennonite) Seth Nagle (Garden Spot)

Aaron Swarr (Manheim Central) Devin Moore (Conestoga Valley)

Josiah Hershberger (Manheim Central) Second Team

Jonathan Moua (Cocalico)

Nate Roof (Elizabethtown)

Robbie Lawyer (Manheim

Jake Fuller (Conestoga Valley)

Nick Weaver (Lancaster Mennonite)

Logan Kreider (Lancaster Mennonite)

Cole Hoover (Lancaster Mennonite)

Matt Sider (Elizabethtown) Justin Katzmoyer (Elizabethtown) Honorable Mention

Central)

MH

OH

S

OH

S

OH

L

S

L

MH—Alex Genova (Coc). OH—Joshua Williams (Coc),

Brad Steinweg (MC), Taylor Eberly (GS). L—Brayden

Fahnestock (MC). S—Josiah Williams (GS), Jonathan Lugo-Torres (Leb). OPP—Jeremy Hauck (GS).

G I R L S ’

S O C C E R

SECTION ONE

First Team

Player (School, Class) Danielle Bond (Cedar Crest, Sr.)

Katie Breneman (Penn Manor, Sr.)

Mariah Dimm (Hempfield, Sr.)

Carolyn Garrison (Hempfield, Sr.)

Leslie

Emily

Dana

Kendra Mancino (Hempfield, Sr.)

Kate Numer (Cedar Crest, Sr.)

Jackie Poucel (Manheim Twp., Sr.)

Lauren Trower (Hempfield, Jr.)

Hannah Willett (Penn Manor, Sr.) Second Team

Claudia Grossmann (Manheim Twp., Jr.)

Logan Kramer (Penn Manor, Jr.)

Emily Lanser (Hempfield, So.)

Tallie McMurtrie (Hempfield, So.)

Veronica Willig (Penn Manor, Sr.)

Megan Wilson (Penn Manor, Sr.) Adrienne Yoder (Cedar Crest, Jr.) Section MVP

Mariah Dimm

Henny (Manheim Twp., Sr.)

(Penn Manor, Sr.) (McCaskey, Sr.)

Hess

Lindt

Section Coach of the Year

Pos.

D

F

F

D

M

M

D

F

F

D

GK

D

D

M

F

M

GK

M

M

Hempfield

Bill Zapata

SECTION TWO First Team

Penn Manor

Caitlin Davies (Ephrata, Sr.)

Brooke Etter (Elizabethtown, Sr.)

Janelle Frey (Conestoga Valley, Sr.)

Brittany Hasson (Warwick, Jr.)

Morgan Higgins (Conestoga Valley, So.)

Trisha Lantz (Lampeter-Strasburg, Sr.)

Emily Osborne (Warwick, Sr.)

Lauren Pezzica (Conestoga Valley, Jr.)

Deana Slater (Elizabethtown, Jr.)

Macaulay Soto (Warwick, Jr.)

(Warwick, Sr.)

Lauren Sproles

Second Team

D

M

F

F/M

M

D

GK

M

F

F/M

D

Gabrielle Cook (Lampeter-Strasburg, So.)

Emelie Good (Lampeter-Strasburg, Jr.)

Taylor Higgins (Conestoga Valley, Sr.)

Rebekah Krasinski (Conestoga Valley, So.)

Kristy Liebl (Ephrata, Sr.)

Steph Tankalavage (Solanco, Sr.)

Elizabeth Wenger (Warwick,

Cassie Zaiac (Elizabethtown, So.) Section MVP

Macaulay Soto Section Coach of the Year

Aaron Strous

SECTION THREE First Team Brittany Brubaker (Manheim Central, Jr.) Leah Comiskey (Northern Lebanon, Fr.)

Brogan

Kirsten

Shannon Hoeveler (Cocalico, So.) Marcia Horning (Manheim Central, Sr.)

Jamie Hunter

Haley Klinger

Kathleen Lawver (Cocalico, So.) Holli Styer (Garden Spot, Jr.) Hannah Weyland (Donegal, Sr.) Second Team Whitney Allison (Northern Lebanon, Sr.)

Alyssa Gower (Donegal, Jr.) Leah Horoff (Garden Spot, Sr.) Maddy Novak (Manheim Central, Jr.) Kelsey Shellehamer (Lebanon, Sr.) Brittany Simmons (Cocalico, Jr.) Alexandra Smith (Donegal, Sr.) Section MVP

Hannah Weyland Section Coach of the Year Heather Kemp

SECTION FOUR First Team Caroline Augsburger (Lanc. Mennonite, Sr.) Rachel Dickinson (Lanc. Mennonite, Sr.) Kelsey Good (Lanc. Mennonite, Sr.)

Robin Kreiser (Annville-Cleona,

Halie Parker (Elco, So.) Elizabeth Rakow (Lebanon Catholic, Sr.)

Jess Rheinheimer (Lanc. Mennonite, Jr.)

Taylor

Trisha Tshudy (Lanc. Mennonite, Jr.) Molly Westwood (Lanc. Catholic, Sr.)

Amber Whittington (Pequea Valley, Sr.)

Kady Yoders (Elco,

Second Team Abbey Basom (Lanc. Mennonite, Jr.) Maggie Davis (Lanc. Catholic, Sr.) Courtney Dienner (Pequea Valley, Sr.) Hadassah Huyard (Pequea Valley, So.) Traci Mohl (Lebanon Catholic, Sr.) Tiffany Yeiser (Elco, Jr.) Section MVP

Trisha Tshudy

So.)

M

GK

M

D

M

M

D

D

Warwick

Fr.)

Lampeter-Strasburg

D

F

M

M

M

GK

F

M

M

F

D

M

F

D

M

M

F

D

Donegal

Donegal

F/M

D

D/M

F

M

F

GK

F

F/M

F/M

D

M

F/M

F

M

D

M

D

Mennonite

Garvey (Manheim Central, Jr.) Gochnauer (Donegal, So.)

(Donegal, Sr.) (Garden Spot, Fr.)

Sr.)

Shaak (Elco, Sr.)

Lancaster Section Coach of the Year

Pequea Valley

All-State Nominees Mariah Dimm, Hempfield; Macaulay Soto, Warwick; Hannah Willett, Penn Manor. Sportsmanship Awards McCaskey, Section One; Lampeter-Strasburg, Section Two; Lebanon, Section Three; Lancaster Catholic, Section Four.

Larry Benedict

B O Y S ’

L

A C R O S S E

Second Team

Player (School)

Ryan Bailey (Hempfield) Connor Rowe (Penn Manor) Mark Stratton (Manheim Twp.) Nick Valentino (Hempfield)

Jake Weber (Manheim Spencer Barnett (Penn

Josh Beals (Hempfield) Nick Best (Hempfield) Alex Cummins (Penn Manor) Brandon McCormick (Penn Manor) John Black (Hempfield) Alex Troutman (Conestoga Valley) Peter Horning (Penn Manor) Third Team Josh Ginder (Elizabethtown) Blaine Schaffner (Warwick) Alex Umble (LCD/LC) Travis Scheurich (Conestoga Valley) Alex Bradbury (Manheim Township) Rhys McCall (LCD/LC) Zach Lare (Lanc. Menn.) Mike Rivera (Manheim Township) Shaun Faulstick (Elizabethtown) Greg Kirchner (LCD/LC) Ethan Rettew (Conestoga Valley) Hogan Ross (Manheim Township) Dillion O’Dell (Manheim Township)

Honorable Mention Attack—Ryan Leid (Cocalico), Cory Myer (CV), Nate Muckle (Ephrata), Harry Manning (PM), Cameron Kline (Hemp), Josh Frey (Eph), Matt Senft (Hempfield). Midfield—Nick Brown (Cocalico), Mason Quickel (Eph), Adam Lenhard (CV), Mark Curtin (PM), Kyle Heisey (E- town), Brady Charles (PM), Arren Soroko (Cocalico), Chris Andrews (LCD/LC). Defense—Chris Ruger (L-S), Derrike Kulp (Ephrata), Jordan Norris (MT), Colin Lopez (MT), Ryan Smith (CC), Zach Wentzel (Hempfield). Face off—Dominic Rey (Cocalico), Jake Weber (MT), Tyler Sensenig (Ephrata), Adam Lenhard (CV), Ben McCurdy (E-town). Goalie—Chris Troiano (L-S), Brian Sloss (PM), Chad Niess (MT), Dan Bucolo (Cocalico). Long Stick mid- field—Michael Kiser (LM), Ryan Gruett (Warwick), Ryan Quan (LCD/LC). Short stick defense—Nick Pray (L-S), M.J. Horst (Ephrata), Adam Hess (PM), Chris Murphy (Warwick).

Goalie

Face off

Defense

Defense

Defense

Midfield

Midfield

Midfield

Attack

Attack

Attack

Pos.

Twp.)

Manor)

LS Midfield

SS Defense

Attack

Attack

Attack

Midfield

Midfield

Midfield

Defense

Defense

Defense

Face off

Goalie

LS Midfield

SS Defense

G

L A C R O S S E

I R L S ’

SECTION ONE

First Team

Player (School) Katie Bupp (Hempfield) Alicia Burns (Penn Manor)

Lauren Brooks (Hempfield)

Emily

Emily Harting (Warwick) Molly Hendrick (Manheim Twp.) Maddy Hess (Penn Manor) Steph Meyer (Hempfield) Shannon Nee (Manheim Twp.) Megan Pinkerton (Manheim Twp.)

Devon Schneider

Carolyn Westphal (Manheim Twp.) Honorable Mention

Bethany Ashworth (Warwick) Megan Bupp (Hempfield) Molly Curcio (Manheim Twp.) Caroline Lovett (Penn Manor) Meredith Michel (Warwick) Lauren Youngs (Cedar Crest) SECTION TWO First Team

Player (School) Angel Adams (Garden Spot) Brittany Byers (Ephrata) Hannah Corcoran (CV) Casey Daggett (LCD)

Andrea

Bridget

Kayli Lescoe

Maddie Long (L-S) Avery Longstaff (Cocalico)

Kari Longstaff (Cocalico) Jess Martin (CV) Jessica Martin (Cocalico) Jenna McHale (L-S)

Haley

Megan Wissler (CV)

Eddowes (Penn Manor)

(Manheim Twp.)

Hufnagel (L-S)

Hufnagel (L-S)

(Cocalico)

Mitchell (Cocalico)

Pos.

Midfield

Attack

Attack

Defense

Midfield

Midfield

Midfield

Defense

Goalie

Midfield

Midfield

Attack

Midfield

Midfield

Attack

Attack

Defense

Attack

Pos.

Midfield

Attack

Midfield

Attack

Midfield

Midfield

Midfield

Midfield

Midfield

Midfield

Goalie

Defense

Midfield

Midfield

Midfield

Attack Midfield Attack Midfield Midfield Midfield Midfield Midfield Midfield Goalie Defense Midfield Midfield Midfield

16 June 20, 2011

The All-Star section was compiled by the sports staff of Lancaster Newspapers. It honors the top performers and coaches in each spring sport, as selected by coaches and Lancaster Newspapers sportswriters.

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B A S E B A L L

S O F T B A L L

SECTION ONE

First team

Name (School)

Pos.

Logan Fullmer (Cedar Crest)

P

Jordan Neff (Hempfield)

P

Jordan Donmoyer (Warwick)

P

Adam Yunginger (Manheim Township)

P/1B

Cameron Gallagher (Manheim Township)

C

Galen Radar (Cedar Crest)

IF

Jonathan Rieker (Manheim Township)

IF

Derrick Shields (Warwick)

IF

Zach Smith (Cedar Crest)

IF

Matt

Walewski (Cedar Crest)

IF

Derek Fisher (Cedar Crest)

Name (School)

OF

Zach Hostetter (Cedar Crest)

OF

Tyler Morris (Warwick)

OF

Second Team

Pos.

Dan Black (Cedar Crest)

P

Dylan Manning (Hempfield)

P

Derek Totaro (Hempfield)

P

Luke Gatti (Hempfield)

C

Tanner Kennedy (Penn Manor)

C

Zac Burke (Penn Manor)

IF

D. J. Johnson (Warwick)

IF

Kendery Mendez (McCaskey)

IF

Zach Rayha (Penn Manor)

IF

Daulton Ritter (Cedar Crest)

IF

Evan High (Warwick)

OF

Justin Nolt

(Warwick)

OF

Darren Yoder (Manheim Township)

OF

 

SECTION TWO

First Team

Name (School)

Pos.

Andy Breault(Elizabethtown)

P

Bryce Keys (Solanco)

P/OF

Brian Cherrington (Conestoga Valley)

P/OF

Andy Good (Elizabethtown)

C

Alex Myers (Cocalico)

IF

Kyle Eby (Solanco)

IF

Trevor Kruis (Conestoga Valley)

IF

Mike Malloy (Solanco)

OF

Luke Emling (Solanco)

DH

Chris Fassnacht (Ephrata)

C

Brok Martin (Ephrata)

IF

 

Second Team

Name (School)

Pos.

Adam Marshall (Cocalico)

P

Kirby Turner (Elizabethtown)

P

Mark Kreider (Solanco)

P

Mark Pyles (Lebanon)

C

Cole Martin (Solanco)

IF

Ryan Foltz (Conestoga Valley)

IF

Wilfredo Rodriguez (Lebanon)

IF

Jon Garber (Elizabethtown)

OF

Alex Dienner (Conestoga Valley)

OF

Adrian Suarez (Conestoga Valley)

OF

Mark Lowrie (Ephrata)

IF

Brandon Rutt (Ephrata)

DH

Dusten Rutt (Ephrata)

P

 

SECTION THREE

First Team

Name (School)

Pos.

Matt Carta (Lampeter-Strasburg)

P

Michael Houseal (Donegal)

P

John Armbrust (Garden Spot)

P/IF

Jon McKinney (Northern Lebanon)

C

Josh Good (Manheim Central)

IF

Alex Ferretti (Lampeter-Strasburg)

IF

Austin Winters (Manheim Central)

IF

Jon Karns (Manheim Central)

OF

Nate Shank (Lampeter-Strasburg)

OF

Dan Neff (Lampeter-Strasburg)

OF

Tyson Petersheim (Garden Spot)

OF

Corey Trupe (Garden Spot) Second Team

UTL

Name (School)

Pos.

SECTION ONE

Name (School)

Pos.

Kendra Keuper (Penn Manor)

P

Kelsey Bish (Hempfield)

P

Meaghan McCabe (Cedar Crest)

P

Olivia Bolen (Manheim Township)

C

Jenna Kreiser (Cedar Crest)