Eastern York High School graduate Kelci Scannapieco, a 6-foot junior middle hitter for Elizabethtown College, has collected All-Commonwealth Conference First Team honors in women's volleyball.

Scannapieco, a 2012 All-Commonwealth Conference Second Team choice, led Elizabethtown in blocks for the second year in a row. She finished with 125 total blocks in 125 sets. Scannapieco also led the team with a .343 hitting percentage and ranked second with 332 kills.

Sixteen times this season, Scannapieco recorded 10 kills or more. Her 19-kill performance against Albright Sept. 4, marked a career-high. On Sept. 20 against Rochester, Scannapieco tied Deana Maguire's school record with a 1.000 hitting percentage as she compiled nine kills on nine attempts.

Elizabethtown concluded its season with an 18-16 record and reached the Commonwealth Conference semifinals for the second year in a row.

Another York-Adams League product, West York High School graduate Bethany Richardson, was named to the All-Commonwealth Second Team.

Richardson is a sophomore at Lycoming.

Richardson, a 5-foot, 11-inch middle blocker, led the team by averaging 2.80 kills per set and she also added 0.31 aces, 0.52 digs and 0.41 blocks. Richardson posted 14 double-digit kill efforts, including 19 against Delaware Valley and 18 against both Albright and Widener. She also earned all-tournament team honors at the Scranton Invitational and the Lycoming College Tip-Off Tournament.

The Warriors finished the 2013 campaign with a 25-11 record under 13th-year head coach Tim McMahon, the best record in his tenure. The team finished 5-4 in the Commonwealth Conference, making the conference tournament for the third straight season.