Stu Aldinger ('72): The basketball star led the YCIAA in scoring as a senior with a then-league record 532 points. He finished with 1,100 for his career.
Walt Dorsey ('83): He was multiple-event star in track and field, excelling in the high jump, triple jump and high hurdles. He qualified for districts in the triple jump and posted an undefeated dual meet senior season in the high hurdles. "He was the most versatile athlete I ever coached," said Jon Smith, the Spartans' former track coach.
Eva Jansen ('05): The foreign exchange student from Holland was a one-year wonder in track and field. She was a standout in the 100-meter hurdles, long jump and triple jump. She was the YAIAA's Division B athlete of the year.
Nate Weaver ('05): The senior wrestler won a district title in the 275-pound class and then finished third at states. He earned four pins in the PIAA tournament. He also was a good shot put and discus thrower in the spring.
Jeff Wolgamuth ('82): He earned all-league honors as a safety in football (two years) and as a catcher in baseball despite his size - only 5-foot-8 and about 135 pounds. He also was a standout receiver.
ONE TO WATCH
Senior Renee Arey won gold medals in the javelin at the YAIAA championships and at Class AAA districts before taking second at states (137 feet, 10 inches) last spring. She also earned a gold at the league championship meet in the long jump and placed sixth at districts.
OTHER NOTABLE NAMES
George Keiser ('87) made a name for himself by throwing a low-90s fastball and earning multiple all-league honors, earning the interest of Major League Baseball scouts.
John Marchione ('75) was a PIAA wrestling finalist at 98 pounds as a junior and a senior.
Joe Marks ('75) was good at just about everything in track and field, including the long jump, shot put, discus and the quarter-mile. But he was best at the triple jump, where he broke a county record.
Don Matson ('76) was a standout basketball and baseball player who died after graduation in a Navy fighter jet training accident. An athletic scholarship at the school is given in his name.
Scott Seipple ('81), a left-hander, threw a no-hitter vs. Red Lion and received some scouting interest from the Philadelphia Phillies.
Rodney Ware ('99) set the YAIAA record for most 3-pointers in a basketball season (83).
Les Wolgamuth ('83) was a cross country state finalist and was known for running to practice from his home in Loganville.