The accolades continue for members of West York's state championship baseball team.
Kaden Hepler and Jerrin Toomey joined Dallastown's Austin Calaman and Biglerville's Casey Ayers on the Pennsylvania High School Baseball Coaches All-Star Team.
Hepler and Toomey were selected for the first team in Class AAA, Calaman in Class AAAA and Ayers in Class AA.
All four were seniors this past season.
West York' Brandon Kinneman was named to the Class AAA second team, and Biglerville's Logan Howell was picked for the Class AA second team.
Hepler, who earned an NCAA Division I scholarship to Winthrop (S.C.) University, put up amazing numbers for the 24-4 Bulldogs.
The 6-foot, 2-inch right-hander recorded a perfect 14-0 pitching record with a 0.70 earned-run average and 131 strikeouts in 901/3 innings.
Hepler also batted .338 with 21 runs scored and 15 RBIs. He stole 22 bases in 23 attempts.
Toomey, meanwhile, led his team in hitting with a .427 batting average. He scored 32 runs, drove in 21 runs and swiped 27 bases in 29 attempts. The Bulldogs' center fielder also made a huge contribution with his glove by consistently tracking down long drives and not committing a single error.
Calaman ripped the ball at a .479 pace with six triples and three home runs to help the Wildcats win the York-Adams Division I title. On the mound, he was 5-2 with a 2.10 earned-run average.
Ayers crushed opposing pitching for a .561 batting average and a .756 slugging percentage. The Canners' star had 29 runs scored and 33 RBIs.
Kinneman, a junior first baseman/pitcher, batted an impressive .404 with 22 runs scored and 32 RBIs, with 10 stolen bases in 12 attempts. The left-handed pitcher compiled a 2.05 earned-run average, a 5-3 record and 54 strikeouts in 511/3 innings.
Howell, a senior catcher, batted .492 with two home runs and 24 RBIs.