Select the GameTimePA girls' athlete of the week for April 30 to May 4 (Poll Closed)

  • Rebecca Baum, York Catholic softball - Struck out 15 Biglerville hitters on Tuesday during a one-hit shutout of the Canners. Baum walked three in the 104-pitch effort. The sophomore also fanned nine and went 4-for-4 at the plate in Monday's one-run win over Hanover.
    27%
    1,112 votes

     
  • Kenna Hancock, Susquehannock lacrosse - Scored a game-high seven goals on Thursday as the Warriors defeated visiting Red Lion. Susquehannock rallied from a one-goal halftime deficit by scoring 12 second-half goals. Hancock also had a game-best five goals in Tuesday's win at Dover.
    2%
    75 votes

     
  • Sydney Sweitzer, West York lacrosse - Finished with a game-high six goals on Wednesday as the Bulldogs earned a second-half, come-from-behind win over York Suburban.
    5%
    222 votes

     
  • Julie Singleton, Littlestown softball - Went 2-for-5 with a double and five runs batted in Thursday as the Thunderbolts scored 19 runs against visiting New Oxford in a 29-run slugfest.
    9%
    376 votes

     
  • Bri Smith, New Oxford lacrosse - Scored a game-high five goals and added an assist on Friday as the Colonials routed Spring Grove. The senior also scored a team-high five goals in Tuesday's win over Central York and four in Monday's win over Dover.
    5%
    194 votes

     
  • Bailey Rapson, Spring Grove softball - Excelled on the mound and at the plate as the Rockets bumped off YAIAA Division II-leading Northeastern on Thursday. Rapson scattered four hits and a walk in her complete-game effort while also going 3-for-4 with a double from the No. 3 spot in the batting order.
    40%
    1,647 votes

     
  • Delaney Kolb, Dallastown softball - Went 4-for-5 with three runs scored and four RBI during Monday's 10-run win at Red Lion. The senior first baseman tripled twice and doubled from the cleanup spot in the batting order.
    6%
    252 votes

     
  • Elizabeth Antoshak, South Western lacrosse - Finished with a game-high five goals on Thursday as the Mustangs defeated host Eastern York. Antoshak also had a game-high five goals in Monday's win at Spring Grove.
    7%
    278 votes

     

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