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Three former York-Adams League standouts have earned all-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference honors in women's volleyball.

Kennard-Dale High School graduate Jessica Brown and Delone Catholic grad Cambria Wierman were named to the All-PSAC East Division First Team.Central York grad Brooklyn Smith was picked to the All-PSAC East Second Team.

Brown is a senior setter/defensive specialist at Lock Haven. She led the Bald Eagles and is fourth in the PSAC with 1,112 assists. She is averaging 9.59 assists per set, and also has 362 digs.

Wierman is a sophomore outside hitter at Pitt-Johnstown. Wierman leads the Mountain Cats with 357 kills and 3.10 kills per set. She's helped Pitt-Johnstown to a 29-5 overall record, including 19-3 in the PSAC.

Smith is a senior libero at Millersville University. She eared all-PSAC East Second Team honors for a third straight season. She finished 2015 with 697 digs, which was good for third in the conference and fifth in all of NCAA Division II. Smith became the Millersville all-time leader in digs with 2,429.

K-D grad Marsteller wins dual-meet debut: In his dual-meet debut for Oklahoma State on Saturday, former Kennard-Dale wrestling standout Chance Marsteller earned a 14-11 victory against Iowa's Edwin Cooper Jr. in a 157-pound bout.

The meet was held at Iowa's Kinnick Stadium in front of 42,287 fans, an NCAA dual-meet record. It was billed as the Grapple on the Gridiron. The No. 4 Hawkeyes defeated the top-ranked Cowboys, 18-16.

A four-time PIAA state champion at K-D, Marsteller is a redshirt freshman. During his redshirt season a year ago, he went 14-4 in open tournaments.

Dallastown grad McGlynn off to fast start: Dallastown High School graduate Four McGlynn is off to a hot start for the Rhode Island University men's basketball team.

In two games, McGlynn is averaging 14 points per game, which leads the team. He is shooting 53.8 percent from 3-point range. The Rams are 1-1.

McGlynn is a senior who transferred from Towson.

York Catholic grad Forjan has career high: York Catholic High School graduate Rachel Forjan poured in a career-high 27 points on Tuesday night to help Elizabethtown College to a 68-54 victory over Lebanon Valley.

The senior guard shot 9 for 16 from the floor and 7 for- 8 from the foul line. She also hit a pair of 3-pointers. Elizabethtown is 2-1.

Central York grad Moyer headed to Final Four, again: Central York grad Lauren Moyer will compete in the NCAA Field Hockey Final Four for a third season this weekend.

Moyer is a junior at North Carolina (20-2), which will take on Duke in the semifinals on Friday at Ann Arbor, Michigan. Syracuse takes on UConn in the other semfinal, with the finals scheduled for Sunday.

The Tar Heels couldn't advance past the semifinals in their two previous visits to the Final Four. Moyer has started every game for North Carolina and has three goals and an assist.

Reach Steve Heiser at sheiser@yorkdispatch.com.

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