York-Adams League cross-country coaches hand out top honors for 2021 season

Dallastown's Lydia Tolerico is the York-Adams Division I Girls' Runner of the Year.

The Dallastown girls’ cross-country team enjoyed a season to remember during its recently-completed 2021 fall campaign.

Now, the Wildcats have earned even more recognition.

The York-Adams League coaches selected Dallastown senior Lydia Tolerico as the Division I Girls’ Runner of the Year, while Wildcats leader, Doug Moyer, was picked as the D-I Girls’ Coach of the Year.

Tolerico won the York-Adams League girls’ individual title, finished sixth in the District 3 Class 3-A Championship and took 13th in the PIAA 3-A state meet.

Moyer, meanwhile, guided the Wildcat girls to a 20-0 regular season, a York-Adams D-I title, a York-Adams League overall crown and a District 3 3-A team crown. The Dallastown girls capped the standout season by finishing second in the state 3-A event.

Northeastern's Cole Perry is the York-Adams Division I Boys' Runner of the Year.

On the boys’ side in D-I, Northeastern senior Cole Perry was named the Runner of the Year, while South Western’s Bruce Lee was selected the Coach of the Year.

Perry finished fourth in the York-Adams League meet, ninth in the District 3 3-A run and 15th in the PIAA 3-A event.

Lee led South Western to the Y-A D-I boys’ title during an 18-2 regular season. The Mustangs finished third in the Y-A boys’ run. Lee is set to retire after collecting 600 career cross-country victories over 3½ decades.

Susquehannock's Matt O'Brien is the York-Adams Division II Boys' Runner of the Year.

Division II honorees: In D-II, Susquehannock junior Nicole Dauberman was selected the Girls’ Runner of the Year, while York Suburban’s John Enders was the Girls’ Coach of the Year.

The boys’ honors in D-II went to Susquehannock junior Matt O’Brien (Runner of the Year) and York Suburban’s Ron Herman and Susquehannock’s Jim Lebo (Co-Coaches of the Year).

Dauberman was third in the league girls’ run and seventh in the District 3 3-A girls’ meet, while O’Brien won the league boys’ run, took third in the District 3 2-A boys’ event and was fourth in the state 2-A boys’ meet.

Enders guided the Suburban girls to a Y-A D-II crown and a sixth-place finish at the league run.

Herman led the Suburban boys to a Y-A D-II championship, a league championship, a third-place district 3-A finish and a 16th-place finish in the state 3-A meet. Suburban was 20-0 during the regular season.

Lebo’s Warriors took second in the Y-A D-II boys’ standings, grabbed fifth in the league boys’ meet, captured third in the district 2-A event and finished eighth in the 2-A boys’ state championship.

Division III standouts: In Division III, York Catholic’s Madline Murphy and Fairfield’s Honey Strosnider were Girls’ Co-Runners of the Year. There were also Co-Runners of the Year on the boys’ side, with York Catholic’s Moseley Driscoll and Hanover’s Matthew Nawn sharing the honor.

York Catholic’s Jeff Alloway won the D-III Coach of the Year award on both the boys’ and girls’ side.

Murphy, a freshman, was fourth in the district 1-A girls’ run, while Strosnider, a senior, was 16th in the league girls’ run and fifth in the district 1-A girls’ event.

Driscoll, a senior, was eighth in the league boys’ run, second in the district 1-A meet and 13th in the PIAA 1-A championship.

Nawn, a senior who ran as an independent, was 10th in the league run and seventh in the district 2-A meet.

Alloway led York Catholic to Y-A D-II boys’ and girls’ crowns. At the district 1-A meet, the Irish girls finished second as a team, while the YC boys were third. At the state 1-A meet, the YC girls took 12th.

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Division I Girls

Runner of the Year:

Lydia Tolerico, Dallastown.

Coach of the Year:

Doug Moyer, Dallastown.


Victoria Rodriguez, Dallastown.

Bella Treglia, Northeastern.

Marissa Pritchett, Northeastern.

Hayley Green, Central York.

Sophia Breschi, Red Lion.

Kailey Granger, Dallastown.

Division I Boys

Runner of the Year:

Cole Perry, Northeastern.

Coach of the Year:

Bruce Lee, South Western.


Jakob Rager, Dallastown.

Shernel Singh, South Western.

Shernan Singh, South Western.

Christian Henry, Central York.

River VanWicklen, Red Lion.

(Four-Way Tie)

Aiden Granger, Dallastown.

Sean Baxter, Central York.

Jackson Gutekunst, Dallastown.

Evan Freil, South Western.

Division II Girls

Runner of the Year:

Nicole Dauberman, Susquehannock.

Coach of the Year:

John Enders, York Suburban.


Kaydence Strange, Eastern York.

Angelina Hammond, Kennard-Dale.

Sarah Stark, York Suburban.

Charlotte Crowl, Kennard-Dale.

Lily Arnold, Gettysburg.

Division II Boys

Runner of the Year:

Matthew O’Brien, Susquehannock.

Co -Coaches of the Year:

Ron Herman, York Suburban.

Jim Lebo, Susquehannock.


Cole Adams, York Suburban.

Garrett Quinan, Kennard-Dale.

Grant Kern, York Suburban.

Shea Walsh, York Suburban.

Nathaniel Coggins, Susquehannock.

Dylan Cunningham, Kennard-Dale.

Division III Girls

Co-Runners of the Year:

Madeline Murphy, York Catholic.

Honey Strosnider, Fairfield.

Coach of the Year:

Jeff Alloway, York Catholic.


Gabbie Tully, York Catholic.

Aleya Miller, York Catholic.

Samantha Smith, Delone Catholic.

Livia Lighty, Bermudian Springs.

Madelyn McKee, York Catholic.

Abigail Riedel, Littlestown.

Division III Boys

Co-Runners of the Year:

Moseley Driscoll, York Catholic.

Matthew Nawn, Hanover.

Coach of the Year:

Jeff Alloway, York Catholic.


James Volk, York Catholic.

Jack Driscoll, York Catholic.

Gabe Schubring, Fairfield.

Liam Allen, Delone Catholic.

Ethan Schuler, York Catholic.

Peyton Small, Littlestown.