Six York County ice hockey players set to play in CPIHL Outdoor All-Star Game in Hershey
- Six York County players have been picked for the CPIHL Outdoor All-Star Game.
- The game is set for 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24, at Hersheypark Stadium.
- Two players each were picked from Central York, Susquehannock and Dallastown.
Six York County players will soon have the opportunity to play on the outdoor ice at Hersheypark Stadium.
They have been selected to compete in the 2017-18 Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League Outdoor All-Star Game, set for 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24.
Two players each have been picked from Central York (Jacob Nagy and Jordan Kline), Dallastown (Ian Smith and Brayden Bailey) and Susquehannock (Alan Reider and Ryan Myers).
Nagy and Kline have led Central to an 11-2-0 season thus far. Central is second in the CPIHL Rothrock Division after an 8-3 loss to first-place Cedar Crest on Wednesday night. Nagy leads the team in goals (24), assists (17) and points (41). Kline is second on the team in each of those categories with 16 goals, nine assists and 25 points.
Susquehannock's Myers has 12 goals and seven assists for 19 points, while Reider has 14 goals and four assists for 18 points.
Dallastown's Smith has five goals and two assists for seven points, while Bailey has six assists.
The player draft for the all-star contest is set for 5 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 7, and will be held at the Middletown American Legion. The coaching staff from Central Dauphin will lead the American team and the coaching staff from Penn Manor will lead the National team.
In Wednesday's loss to Cedar Crest, Nagy had two assists, while Kline, Abraham Miller and Garrett Myers had goals.