Susquehannock, Central York players are CPIHL all-stars
- Four Susquehannock and two Central York players are CPIHL all-stars.
- Hayden Folfas, Tim Schwensen, Elijah Emenheiser and Carson Kratzer will represent Susquehannock.
- Cody Rumsey and Anthony Tranchitella will represent Central York.
Four Susquehannock players and two Central York players have been selected for the Central Penn Interscholastic Hockey League All-Star Game.
Hayden Folfas, Tim Schwensen, Elijah Emenheiser and Carson Kratzer will represent Susquehannock, while Cody Rumsey and Anthony Tranchitella will represent Central York. Folfas is 9-2-2 in goal with a 3.02 goals-against average and an .877 save percentage. Schwensen has 15 goals and 13 assists this season, while Emenheiser has five goals and four assists and Kratzer has a goal and six assists. For Central, Rumsey has 15 goals and 12 assists and Tranchitella has four goals and 19 assists.
Both teams sit in second place in the CPIHL, Central (9-4-1) in Tier 2 and Susquehannock (10-3-2) in Tier 3.
The all-star contest is set for Sunday, Feb. 12, in Lancaster.
The all-stars will be divided into two teams at a draft set to be held at 5 p.m. Sunday at the American Legion in Middletown.
The game is being played in memory of Justin Yingling, the Hershey assistant coach who died unexpectedly on Jan. 1. Yingling coached two teams while with the CPIHL — Hershey and MSMCC. As a result, those two coaching staffs have been invited to coach this year’s all-star game. All players will wear a patch with the initials JY during the game.