Select GameTimePa Boys' Athlete of the Week, Jan. 6 to Jan. 11 (Poll Closed)

  • Brooks Gable, Dallastown wrestling: The junior 152-pounder defeated South Western star Ethan Baney, 6-0, in a dual meet Thursday. He then went 3-0 with a tech fall and two pins at the Dallastown duals over the weekend. Gable is 23-3 on the season.
    31%
    717 votes

     
  • Thomas Dressler, Spring Grove wrestling: Earned one of two pins for the Rockets on Thursday during a non-league dual-meet win over Manheim Central. The 170-pound junior is off to a 19-2 start with 11 falls on the season.
    2%
    49 votes

     
  • Kyle Garman, Hanover basketball: Scored a game-high 22 points Friday to lead the Hawks past host Delone Catholic in a YAIAA Division III battle. Hanover moved to 3-2 in Division III and 5-6 overall on the season with the win.
    20%
    468 votes

     
  • Joel Dunnigan, Dallastown swimming: Played a part in four first-place finishes on Thursday during the Wildcats' YAIAA Division I win over host Central York. Dunnigan captured the 50 free and 100 fly individually while swimming legs on the winning 200 medley relay and 200 freestyle relay teams.
    6%
    145 votes

     
  • Branden Mutunga, York High basketball: The senior put up a team-high 17 points on Friday as the Bearcats earned a 13-point home win over New Oxford in a YAIAA Division I game. York High moved to 8-3 overall and 4-2 in Division I with the victory.
    4%
    89 votes

     
  • Nicholas Voorstad, Susquehannock ice hockey: His overtime goal lifted the Warriors to the 5-4 win over Manheim Central on Monday. Susquehannock is 3-8-1 on the season in the Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League.
    7%
    160 votes

     
  • Aidan Hughley, York Suburban basketball: Paced the Trojans with a game-high 27 points Monday during a 15-point home win over South Western. York Suburban sits at 10-3 overall with the win and is 4-1 in YAIAA Division II.
    30%
    690 votes

     

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