COLLEGE: Central York grad Hayden Wagner named honorable mention volleyball All-American
- Central York graduate Hayden Wagner has earned All-America recognition in volleyball.
- Wagner was a Division I/II honorable mention pick by the American Volleyball Coaches Association.
- Wagner became just the 11th George Mason player to register 300 kills in a rally-scoring era season.
Central York High School graduate Hayden Wagner has been named an American Volleyball Coaches Association Division I/II Honorable Mention All-American.
Wagner is a 6-foot, 6-inch sophomore opposite hitter at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.
Wagner had a monster season for the Patriots and was an All-Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association First Team selection. He led the EIVA in kills per set and points per set until the last week of the regular season, and became just the 11th Patriot to register 300 kills in a rally-scoring era season.
Wagner notched three matches of 20 or more kills, most notably his career-high 25-kill night at New Jersey Institute of Technology (March 30). Wagner was named EIVA Offensive Player of the Week twice.
Wagner helped George Mason to a 17-12 overall record, including a 13-1 mark in the EIVA regular season.
York baseball team lets seven-run lead get away: The York College baseball team led 14-7 in the eighth inning but couldn't hold on in a 15-14 Capital Athletic Conference loss at Frostburg State.
York fell to 18-16-1 overall and 9-9 in the CAC. Frostburg is 23-12 and 9-9.
York Catholic grad Patrick Clement led York with two hits (including a double), three RBIs and two runs scored. Zach Hossler (three hits, double, two RBIs, two runs), Seth Brosius (three hits, RBI, run) and Devin Chapman (homer, three runs, two RBIs) also excelled for York.
The Spartans' pitchers gave up 18 hits.
Barnhart named team MVP for Lebanon Valley women's volleyball: Susquehannock High School graduate Abbey Barnhart has been named the team most valuable player for the Lebanon Valley College women's volleyball team.
Barnhart, a 5-foot, 6-inch senior, led LVC in digs with 330. She was also third on the team with 19 assists. She helped LVC to an overall 16-14 record.