1. Joey Wildasin (1989)
He is regarded as the greatest wrestler from York and Adams counties. He won three PIAA big school titles - at a different weight class each year (119 pounds, 125, 130). He is one of only nine wrestlers in District 3 history to win four district titles and his only high school loss (132-1) came in the state finals as a freshman. Tough? He won that last title with a cracked bone in his ankle. He wrestled at Garden City (Kan.) Community College before earning a scholarship to Oklahoma State.
2. Mike Spangler (1984)
He amazed by winning Class AA state sprint titles in the 100, 200 and 400 as a senior. He also set a state record in the 400 (46.36) that still stands. And his 1600 relay
3. Nikki Lobach (2004)
She may have been the best field hockey and female basketball player ever at the school. She was named the Daily Record Division I Player of the Year in both sports. In basketball, she is the Mustangs' all-time leading female in points (1,442) and steals and is second in assists. She averaged 19.5 points per game as a senior, was a third-team all-state performer in Class AAAA and earned a scholarship to play Division I at Binghamton (N.Y.) University (though she later transferred to Messiah College). In field hockey, she scored 54 goals in three years and was twice named the league's player of the year.
4. Doug Seidenstricker (1991)
The three-sport standout was best known for his football career, where he was the league's defensive player of the year and a second-team all-state pick. He set seven school records as a senior before leaving to play for Division II Shippensburg. In wrestling, he earned an 85-17 career record, finishing second in districts and twice qualifying for the PIAA Tournament. He was particularly dominant as a senior with 24 pins and a 33-5 mark. He also was an all-league shortstop in baseball.
5. Aaron Brady (1995)
The football and baseball star was the first Mustang ever to play in the prestigious Big 33 Game. He led the Mustangs to an undefeated regular season at quarterback and defensive back as a senior before accepting a scholarship to Rutgers University. In
6. Mark Egloff (1983)
He quarterbacked the school's first outright division championship football team, playing every play on offense and defense. He also returned kickoffs and punts. He was a Class AA state champion wrestler at 155 pounds with a 93-12-1 career record. He wrestled at the University of Virginia. He also was a pole vaulter on the track and field team.
7. Jay Egloff (1985)
He won two district wresting titles and finished third in the state tournament as a 185-pound senior. He earned an 85-15 career record. He also was a middle linebacker and fullback star on the football team. He earned a wrestling scholarship to
8. Jared Sullivan (1998)
Though best-known for his wrestling accolades, he also was a standout runner in cross country and track and field. He earned 12 varsity letters, the most possible without playing multiple sports in a season. He won district wrestling titles at 112 pounds and 119 pounds and finished with the second-best record in school history - 118-12. He was 34-1 as a junior. He also finished second in the PIAA Tournament as a junior and a senior and earned a full ride to the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga. In cross country, he set a school course record, medaled at the district meet and qualified for states. He qualified for districts in track and field in the 3200 meters.
9. Bob Flemmens (1963)
He was an all-league tight end as a senior and played NAIA college football at Salem State in West Virginia. But he was probably a bigger star in track and field. He won a state title in the 400, setting a school record of 49.3 that stood for years, as well as anchoring the state title-winning mile relay team. He also was a standout high jumper.
10. Tom Bingham (2004)
The basketball and baseball star also kicked on the football team. He is the school's second-leading boys' basketball scorer with 1,133 career points. He was a three-time league all-star and averaged 16 points, eight rebounds and 2.5 assists as a senior. He earned a Division I baseball scholarship to Winthrop University.