All-star season is approaching in the York-Adams League.

There are four all-star games scheduled over the next two weeks.

It starts on Wednesday, Nov. 16, when the boys' soccer all-star battle is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Red Lion.

The rosters for the boys' all-star game have been released. They are as follows:

Division I (with some Division III): Drake Pew, Dallastown; Kyle Hennigan, Dallastown; Tyler Arnold, Dallastown; Jake Marsico, Dallastown; Carter Luckenbaugh, Central York; Pierrce Miller, Central York; Cameron Gebhart, Red Lion; Ben Warner, Red Lion; Brock Gould, Red Lion; Jake Wells, South Western; Charlie Klecher, South Western; Carlos Garcia, New Oxford; Kevin Lua, New Oxford; Hayden Seifert, Northeastern; Luke Senft, Spring Grove; Trevor Kern, Spring Grove; Yonathan Doroteo, Hanover; Nick Bartkowiak, York Catholic; Dan Alvarez, Bermudian Springs; David Gutierrez, Bermudian Springs; Isaac Avery, Bermudian Springs; Matt Moser, Fairfield; and Matt Jenkins, Fairfield.

Division II (with some Division III): Brahk Morrison, Eastern York; Jared Achterberg, Eastern York; Aaron Bilbie, Susquehannock; Seth Bilbie, Susquehannock; Colton Mumley, Susquehannock; Jacob May, West York; Kenton Meckley, West York; Zach Anderson, Kennard-Dale; Chance Logue, Kennard-Dale; Drew Wivell, Gettysburg; Matt Yingling, Gettysburg; Alex Cowden, Gettysburg; Matt Baquero, York Suburban; Nick Bowman, York Suburban; Travis Hill, Dover; Nathaniel Hamme, Dover; Jacob Owings, Littlestown; Brandon Hall, Delone Catholic; Connor Griest, Biglerville; Jared Dotson-Jones, Biglerville; Fisher Taylor, Biglerville; and Drew Geller, West York.

Red Lion's Mike Watt and Dallastown's Matt Zimmerman will coach the Division I/Division III team, while Susquehannock's Brett Maxwell and York Suburban's Jon Fornadel will coach the Division II/Division III team.

Other games: Also on Wednesday, Nov. 16, the field hockey all-star contests are tentatively slated for 5:30 p.m. at Dallastown. The first game will feature Division III and Division IV players. The second game will feature Division I and Division II players. There will be a sportsmanship award presentation at halftime of the first game. The sportsmanship award's name is being changed to honor Amanda Strous, a former Dallastown standout who was killed recently in North Carolina. Strous' family is expected at the game.

The next night, Nov. 17, the girls' soccer all-star match is set for 7 p.m. at Susquehannock.

Finally, on Sunday, Nov. 20, the girls' volleyball all-star game is slated for 1 p.m. at Dallastown.

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