Jacobus' Anthony Ferrell was recently awarded the Susquehanna League Most Valuable Player Award at the season-ending banquet at the Dallastown Fire Hall.
Ferrell hit .357 with 10 homers and 42 RBIs last season. He was second in the league in homers and first in RBIs.
Red Lion's Austin Hinkle was named the league's Pitcher of the Year. He finished the year at 8-0 with a 1.71. run average. He led the league in winning percentage and run average and was tied for third in total wins.
York Township's Austin Calaman captured the Pret Robinson Memorial Award given to the Outstanding Young Player. He hit .478 last season with two homers and 17 RBIs.
Township's Jeff Barkdoll was named the Manger of the Year after guiding his team to a 20-16 record in the regular season. The President's Award was given to Stewartstown's Craig Martin.
The new Hall of Fame members were Felton's Bob Crowl, Windsor's Danny Smith and Township's Terry Henne.
The league scholarship winners were Stewartstown's Tyler Anderson, East Prospect's Clay Chaney, Felton's Christopher Farscht, Stewartstown's Jason Mitchell, Windsor's Joshua Scott, Red Lion's Tyler Taylor and Red Lion's Logan Whitman.
Red Lion's Kirk Reichard was recognized for joining the league's 1,000-hit club, which has just three other members _ Mike Bacon, Sheldon Markle and Tom Shultz.
Also honored were the league's regular-season champion (Red Lion, 30-6), playoff champion (Red Lion), batting champion (Red Lion's Eric McNeil, .461) and the pitchers with the most wins (Jacobus' Jason Christenberry and Red Lion's Shawn Hedrick with nine each).