Select GameTimePA's YAIAA boys' Athlete of the Postseason (Poll Closed)

  • Chase Dull, Bermudian Springs wrestling: The junior won District 3 and regional titles before reaching the PIAA Class 2A final at 195 pounds. He finished the season 39-4.
    1.4%
    42 votes

     
  • Kyree Generett, York High basketball: The senior scored a game-high 35 points in the Bearcats season-ending 93-73 loss to Bonner-Prendergast in the PIAA second round. He also scored 28 points in York's first-round win over Holy Ghost Prep and 23 in a District 3 title loss to Milton Hershey.
    30.59%
    918 votes

     
  • Fred Mulbah, Northeastern basketball: He helped lead the Bobcats to two state playoff wins with 17 points against Sun Valley and 15 against Penncrest. He scored 13 in a season-ending loss to Abington Heights
    6.03%
    181 votes

     
  • Nate Wilson, Northeastern basketball: The sophomore had the game of his life in the second round of the PIAA playoffs, scoring 26 points and sparking a fourth-quarter comeback in a 63-60 win over Penncrest.
    12.2%
    366 votes

     
  • Jalen Gorham, York Country Day basketball: Scored a game-high 26 points as the Greyhounds captured the District 3 Class 1A championship with a 61-54 win over Lancaster Country Day.
    3.23%
    97 votes

     
  • Will Barton, Dallastown basketball: Led the Wildcats to a PIAA state berth by scoring a game-high 23 points in a District 3 Class 6A playoff win over Cedar Crest.
    2.6%
    78 votes

     
  • Dalton Rohrbaugh, Spring Grove wrestling: After taking silver at the District 3 Class 3A tournament, the senior bounced back from a loss in the state quarterfinals to finish with a PIAA bronze medal at 126 pounds. It was his second-career state bonze medal and gave him a school record of 152 career wins.
    6.96%
    209 votes

     
  • Michael Wolfgram, Central York wrestling: Captured the PIAA South Central Regional Class 3A tournament title at 285 pounds with a technical fall over Kyler Wuestner of Lower Dauphin. He left the PIAA tournament with a fourth-place medal.
    1.53%
    46 votes

     
  • Ben Shoul, South Western swimming: Finished second in the District 3 Class 3A 100 fly with a time of 50.23 seconds. Shoul was seeded fifth in the event. He finished 17th in the event at states.
    18.79%
    564 votes

     
  • Jared Herr, Gettysburg swimming: Won the District 3 Class 2A 500 free with a time of 4:40.61. He also won an eighth-place state medal in the 200 free and a bronze medal in the 500-yard freestyle
    2.83%
    85 votes

     
  • Logan Brockway, Dallastown swimming: The senior earned a PIAA Class 3A seventh-place medal in the 200-yard individual medley with a time of 1:52.93.
    12.3%
    369 votes

     
  • Nico DeAngelo, Gettysburg swimming: DeAngelo won two Class 2A state medals this weekend, taking sixth in the 100 freestyle and 100 butterfly.
    1.53%
    46 votes

     

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