GameTimePA's YAIAA Girls' Athlete of the Week for Sept. 8-14 (Poll Closed)

  • Lily Cantabene, Dallastown field hockey: Scored the lone goal of the match on Tuesday as the Wildcats escaped with the victory at Susquehannock. Canatbene scored with 33 seconds left in regulation.
    415 votes

  • Nyah Hood, York Suburban soccer: Scored two second-half goals to force overtime at Gettysburg on Tuesday. The Trojans then won with eight seconds remaining in OT on a goal by Katie Heiner.
    870 votes

  • Alexa Shorts, Central York volleyball: Finished with a match-high 16 kills on Thursday as the Panthers swept Spring Grove. Shorts also had three digs and three blocks in the win.
    137 votes

  • Emily Schuler, Dallastown cross country: Placed first overall in 19:33 during Tuesday's meet with York Suburban, Eastern York and South Western. Schuler finished 34 seconds ahead of the rest of the girls' field.
    191 votes

  • Carly Stoner, Biglerville soccer: Scored three goals on Thursday to lift the Canners to a win at York Catholic. Stoner scored two of her goals in the final 15:38 of the first half as Biglerville took a 3-0 halftime lead. Stoner also scored two goals during Tuesday's win over Bermudian Springs.
    1,949 votes

  • Emma Sieling, Susquehannock volleyball: Finished with a match-high 19 kills as the Warriors defeated Gettysburg in four games on Thursday. Sieling added 22 digs during the win.
    361 votes

  • Kamdyn Balko, New Oxford tennis: Downed defending YAIAA Class 2A singles champ Elle Neudecker of Delone Catholic 6-3, 6-7 (4), 6-3 on Thursday at No. 1 singles to help the Colonials to the team victory. Balko also earned a straight-set wins at No. 1 on Tuesday versus Susquehannock and Wednesday against Spring Grove.
    359 votes


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