1. Michele King, 2006
She was the YAIAA Swimmer of the Year as a freshman, sophomore and junior. She also set state records and won gold medals in the 50- and 100-yard freestyle as a junior and is regarded by some as the greatest female swimmer in league history. She left the school team after her junior season to train exclusively with the prestigious North Baltimore Aquatic Club before heading to the University of Tennessee.
2. Jared Smith, 1993
He is the school's all-time leading basketball scorer (1,676 points) and was a first team all-state soccer star. He averaged 18.2 points per game in his basketball career and is still the seventh all-time leading male scorer in YAIAA history - four points behind No.
3. Scott Wakeland, 1980
He was a YAIAA player of the year in both football and wrestling. He was an undersized star running back (5-foot-8, 170 pounds) who finished with 2,565 career rushing yards and earned Big 33 honorable mention status and went on to play at West Point. He also was a star wrestler who won sectionals as a junior and finished second in districts as a senior. He even ran sprints, long jumped and pole vaulted for the track and field team.
4. Darrell Wildasin, 1973
He was a star shooting guard on the basketball team and a star pitcher in baseball. He broke the 1,000-point barrier (1,075) despite only playing two varsity seasons. He averaged 25 points and 5.7 rebounds per game in those years. As a senior, he averaged 29.8 points in 19 league games, including a 54-point effort against Northeastern. He was a varsity pitcher for three years, earning a baseball scholarship to Gettysburg College.
5. Ross "Spike" Welsh, 1962
The three-sport star led the YCIAA in basketball scoring as a senior and is the school's No. 2 all-time career scorer (1,296 points). He was an Associated Press honorable mention all-state pick after his senior year, helped by his 92 percent free throw shooting. He went on to play Division I basketball at the University of Richmond. He also was a pitcher and a standout quarterback for the Rockets.
6. Cimmie Shahan, 1999
She was the first female golfer in Pennsylvania to win three state championships. She also won four YAIAA and District 3 titles. She played Division I golf at Furman University in South Carolina.
7. John Shaw, 2003
The standout football lineman was the first YAIAA player in five years to be named to the Big 33 team. The first-team all-state pick was one of the top defensive tackle recruits in the nation. He led the Rockets to back-to-back Division I YAIAA titles and earned a scholarship to Penn State.
8. Ryan Gruver, 2001
One of the school's greatest wrestlers with more than 100 career wins, he earned a pair of District 3 titles and back-to-back third-place medals at 189 pounds at the PIAA Class AAA championships. He was named the Daily Record's Division I wrestler of the year. He also was a three-year starter at linebacker and fullback on the football team. He wrestled at Cornell University.
9. Emily Ural, 1998
The four-sport athlete was the the YAIAA's top field hockey goalie as a junior and senior and the league's player of the year in soccer as a senior. The star sprinter and long jumper also won districts and finished fourth in the 400 meters at the PIAA track and field meet as a sophomore. She played basketball during the winter.
10. Brian Polashuk, 2006
He was the first wrestler in school history to win a state title, capturing the Class AAA 125-pound championship with a 42-1 record. Only two wrestlers in YAIAA history have more career victories than his 141 (141-29). He earned a scholarship to Rider University, choosing the private school over Maryland and West Virginia.