Ian Brown, Hanover wrestling: Last week, Brown beat Boiling Springs' Kyle Shoop, 7-0, to win gold in the PIAA Class AA 132-pound championship. It was his fourth PIAA medal. Brown finished his Hanover wrestling career with a 159-12 mark, second only to Gary Mayfield in the Nighthawk program. Brown also accepted an invitation to compete at 132 pounds in the Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic in Pittsburgh.
Tristan Sponseller, Bermudian Springs wrestling: Last week, Sponseller claimed the PIAA Class AA 195-pound crown with a 9-1 major decision vs. Corry Area's Ryan Morris. He was among YAIAA All-Star wrestlers who took to the mats Wednesday for the York-Adams Officials All-Star meet where he topped West York's Kyle Narber, 5-0. He also participated in the District 3 match against the District 1 all-stars. He won in bonus-points to help a 33-13 victory for the South Central squad.Sponseller also accepted an invitation to compete at 195 pounds in the Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic in Pittsburgh.
Trevor Hine, Dallastown swimming: Hine finished fourth in the PIAA Class AAA 200 individual medley with a time of 1:52.22 on Wednesday, where he also led off the Wildcats' 200 freestyle relay en route to a sixth-place finish. Hine’s time in the 200 IM broke a 1998 Dallastown record set by Josh Weaver. On Thursday, Hine was a part of the 400 free relay that finished in 11th place, and also dropped time for a 4:35.36 in the 500 free, good for 10th place.
Will Massey, York Suburban swimming: Massey was a member of the Trojan’s 200 medley relay that swam a 1:39.78, good for a fifth-place medal Friday in the PIAA Class AA meet. Massey also swam a personal best when he cracked the two-minute barrier in the 200 individual medley. He finished in 1:59.83 and placed 11th. And he swam on the Trojans' seventh-place 400 free relay team.
Montrel Morgan, New Hope basketball: Morgan had a team-high 27 points in a 78-68 loss Friday to unbeaten St. John Neumann in the PIAA Class A quarterfinals.