Pick GameTimePA's YAIAA girls' Athlete of the Week for Sept. 29-Oct. 5 (Poll Closed)

  • Hannah Larson, Dallastown soccer: She scored the lone goal of the match on Thursday as the Wildcats slipped past visiting Northeastern.
    228 votes

  • Kenzie White, Biglerville field hockey: She scored two second-half goals to lift the Canners to a come-from-behind win over visiting Hanover on Wednesday.
    13 votes

  • Julianne Cassidy, Susquehannock tennis: She won two matches in straight sets on Friday to advance to the semifinals of the YAIAA Class 3A singles tourney on Saturday. Cassidy will play Michaela Sentz of South Western for a berth in the championship match.
    80 votes

  • Zoe Logue, Fairfield soccer: She scored three goals on Thursday as the Green Knights earned a shutout win at Bermudian Springs.
    11 votes

  • Cailey Roman, Central York golf: She carded an 80 to finish Friday's opening round of the District 3 Class 3A tourney in a two-way tie for eighth. She was six shots off the lead heading into Saturday's final round.
    51 votes

  • Eliana Rogers, York Suburban volleyball: She finished with a team-high 12 kills Thursday as the Trojans swept Eastern York. Rogers added three aces, three digs and two blocks during the victory.
    5,614 votes

  • Olivia McLain, Eastern York cross country: She won Tuesday's meet with Gettysburg, Biglerville and Spring Grove in a time of 21:54. McLain's time bettered the rest of the field by 39 seconds.
    122 votes

  • Ellie Neudecker, Delone Catholic tennis: The senior dropped just one game in winning two matches on both Thursday and Friday to advance to the YAIAA Class 2A championship match against Delone Catholic teammate Becca Dolce. Neudecker won the title a year ago.
    45 votes

  • Sydney Mentzer, York Catholic soccer: She scored the first goal for the Irish to help York Catholic overcome a 2-0 halftime deficit, and then she scored the game-winner in overtime.
    1,907 votes


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