York/Adams boys' Athlete of the Week: March 10 to March 15 (Poll Closed)

  • 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.
    5 votes

  • 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.
    6 votes

  • 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.
    48 votes

  • 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.
    143 votes

  • 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.
    5 votes


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