COLLEGE: Dallastown grad Curry earns PSAC honor
- Dallastown grad Alaina Curry earned All-PSAC first-team honors in women's soccer.
- She finished the season with six goals and three assists for Kutztown University.
- Curry finished her Kutztown career with 25 goals and eight assists.
Dallastown High School graduate Alaina Curry was named to the All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference women's soccer first team on Thursday.
The senior forward was a second-team member previously in her Kutztown Golden Bears career.
Curry has notched six goals and three assists for 15 points so far this season. Four of Curry's six goals this year have been game winners. For her career, the senior has 25 goals and eight assists for 58 points.
Curry has helped Kutztown to a 16-3 overall record this season, including a 13-3 PSAC mark. The Bears take on Gannon at 1:30 p.m. Friday in a PSAC semifinal at West Chester.
Off the field, Curry has been named a PSAC Scholar Athlete three times.
Spartans' Brady earns academic honor: York College women's volleyball player Eryn Brady earned CoSida Academic All-District 4 honors on Thursday.
The sophomore outside hitter became the first Spartan women's volleyball player to earn the award and is now eligible for Academic All-America recognition. In order to earn the honor, a player must be at least a sophomore, carry at least a 3.3 grade-point average and contribute significantly to their team. Brady holds a perfect 4.0 GPA in secondary education social studies and started in 30 of York's 31 matches this year.
She led the team with 232 kills and finished the season with 278 points. The Spartans went 21-10 this season, their highest win total since 2010 and the 13th time the program earned at least 20 wins in a season in the 26-year history of the Capital Athletic Conference.
York wrestling team looks to build off last year's success: The York College wrestling team begins its 2016-17 season this weekend when it will take part in the King's College Monarch Invitational in Wilkes-Barre.
Bermudian Springs High School graduate Duane Bastress returns for his fourth season leading the Spartans and returns a number of key wrestlers from last year's squad, which finished 15-8.
Among them is a strong one-two combo at 133 and 141 pounds. Ryan Flynn returns for his senior season after going 30-9 a year ago and qualifying for his second straight regional championship. He enters the season with 91 career wins and sits fifth on the program's all-time wins list.
At 141 pounds, sophomore Greg Warner will look to build off his fifth-place national finish during his freshman year when he compiled a 30-11 mark, recording six technical falls and nine major decisions. He closed out his year going 22-3 after beginning his college career 8-8.
Spartans capture cross country awards: Both the York College men's and women's cross country teams have earned numerous All-CAC selections.
The women's team had six runners named to the first and second teams, with four making the first team. Kathleen Cannon, Alayna DeBruin, Jess Delviscio and Stephanie Savage were named to the All-CAC first team, while Alicia Dillman and Kristi Wandzilak were on the second team.
York coach Stephen LoBianco was named the CAC Coach of the Year.
On the men's side, Grant Dell was the only Spartans runner named to the first team. He was the only runner not from Christopher Newport to earn first-team recognition. Northeastern grad Benjamin Linne, Andy MacGibbon and Alex Smith made the second team for York College.