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

  • Dominic Corto, York Suburban lacrosse - Scored a game-high five goals and added four assists on Thursday as the Trojans got past visiting West York. Corto also had three goals and three assists in Monday's non-league win over Garden Spot.
    183 votes

  • Wyatt McCleary, Kennard-Dale baseball - Went 3-for-4 with three runs scored out of the No. 2 spot in the batting order Friday as the Rams defeated Eastern York. McCleary doubled twice, tripled and drove in a run.
    1,131 votes

  • Cole Brillhart, Northeastern volleyball - Posted a team-high 11 kills Friday as the Bobcats swept Bishop Guilfoyle in three games during a non-league match. Brillhart added two digs, two blocks and two aces. Brillhart also had a team-high 12 kills in Thursday's sweep of Red Lion and a match-high 11 kills in Tuesday's sweep of Spring Grove.
    265 votes

  • Trent Ketterman, West York baseball - Led the Bulldogs during Friday's non-league win at Hershey by going 3-for-4 with three RBI. The junior doubled, scored a run and stole a base.
    189 votes

  • Ben Ward, Dallastown volleyball - Paced the Wildcats with a match-best 21 kills on Thursday during a three-game sweep of West York. The 6-foot-5 senior added eight digs and five aces in the win. Ward had a team-high 13 kills in Tuesday's sweep of Red Lion.
    31 votes

  • Alec Shue, Red Lion tennis - Won a three-set match at No. 1 singles on Thursday as the Lions swept Northeastern to advance to the District 3 Class 3A team tennis quarterfinals. Shue rallied from a first set loss to win 5-7, 6-4, 6-2.
    174 votes

  • Chandler Hake, York Catholic lacrosse - Scored a game-high six goals and added an assist on Thursday as the Fighting Irish downed visiting Dallastown. Hake also had a game-high six goals and five assists during Tuesday's win over Delone Catholic.
    2,101 votes

  • Brian Thomas, Dallastown track and field - Won both the 100 and the 200 on Tuesday as the Wildcats scored a four-point, dual-meet win over rival Red Lion. The senior blazed to a 10.5-second time in the 100 and captured the 200 in 21.7 seconds.
    35 votes


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