Sixteen players earned berths on the Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association All-District 3 Class 2-A Boys' Volleyball Teams.

Nine of those standouts came from York County schools.

Not surprisingly, District 3 and PIAA Class 2-A champion Northeastern had five players garner all-district recognition. Making the first team from the Bobcats were junior outside hitter Cole Brillhart, senior middle hitter Dakoda Hoffman and senior libero James Toomey. Northeastern players on the second team were junior setter Jacob Cheuvront and junior outside hitter Wyatt Hughes.

York Suburban senior Jack Shultz made the first team as an outside hitter/middle hitter, while his teammate, sophomore Nate Bowman, made the second team as a middle hitter.

Dover junior setter Zack Noll also made the second team, as did Spring Grove senior outside hitter Noah Wilson.

The other members of the first team were: Manheim Central junior Ben Burkhart at setter, Cocalico junior Isaac Carpenter at outside hitter, Manheim Central sophomore Mason Nissley at outside hitter and Manheim Central junior Tanner Stauffer at outside hitter.

The other second-team members were Schuylkill Valley senior Noah Lassandro at middle hitter, Lancaster Mennonite junior Konrad Martin at outside hitter and Palmyra sophomore Tyler Scheffer at outside hitter.

 

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