Four former York-Adams League players have earned All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference baseball honors.
West York High School graduate Cash Gladfelter was named to the PSAC East Division First Team, while Spring Grove grad Levi Krause was selected for the PSAC West First Team.
In addition, Spring Grove grad Dalton Hoiles and Dover grad Grant Hoover were picked for the PSAC East Second Team.
Gladfelter, Hoiles and Hoover play for Shippensburg University, while Krause is a member of the California University of Pennsylvania team.
Krause, a third baseman, earned All-PSAC honors for the first time following a breakout junior campaign. He finished ninth in the league with a team-leading nine homers while hitting at a .382 clip (60-for-157) after entering the year with a .228 career average. Krause ranked third in the PSAC with 19 doubles and 107 total bases, while also sitting among the league leaders with 45 runs scored and a .682 slugging percentage. California of Pa. finished the season at 20-24 overall and 11-13 in the PSAC.
Gladfelter is a shortstop for the Raiders who also earned his first All-PSAC honor. He had a breakout year as a sophomore, switching from first base to shortstop this season and hitting .364 with a team-high 17 doubles, 36 RBIs and 30 runs scored. His 17 doubles have him tied for fifth in the PSAC, while his 60 hits are good for fourth in the conference.
Hoiles, a junior outfielder, also earned his first PSAC recognition. He is hitting .320 and has set career highs in home runs (six), RBIs (43) and runs scored (34) in addition to 11 doubles and five stolen bases. Hoiles has 15 multi-hit games to his credit and 12 multi-RBI games (second on the team). He enters the conference tournament on a nine-game hitting streak.
Hoover, a junior utility player, notched his second-straight All-PSAC Second Team selection. He was selected as an outfielder last season. At the dish, Hoover has batted .321 with two home runs, 21 RBIs and 30 runs scored. On the mound, Hoover has thrown 35 1/3 innings, posting a 4-1 record with a 3.57 ERA and 27 strikeouts.
Shippensburg (28-20-1 overall, 19-9-0 PSAC) begins its postseason at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday against Slippery Rock in the first round of the PSAC Tournament.
York College player honored: York College junior outfielder Seth Brosius has been named to the All-Capital Athletic Conference Baseball Second Team.
Brosius hit .341 this season with six homers, 39 RBIs, a .541 slugging percentage and a .407 on-base percentage. He led the Spartans in homers, RBIs and slugging percentage. The Spartans finished 18-23 overall and 10-8 in the CAC.