Don Barton ('76): Barton, a goalie, helped lead his soccer team to a league title and was even better at basketball and baseball. He also played three years of varsity volleyball. In basketball, he averaged just over 17 points per game as a junior and scored just shy of 1,000 for his career. In baseball, the first baseman and pitcher was a YCIAA all-star who earned a spot as a walk-on at Division I Stetson University.
Jackie Beck James ('82): The basketball and track and field star was best known for winning a state title in the high jump (5 feet, 6 inches) - the first individual state title in school history. As a junior, she won the league meet in the triple and high jumps and silver in the long jump.
Lawrence "Butch" Lower ('57, Manchester): The 6-foot-4 basketball star averaged 15.5 points per game as a senior in helping lead his team to a county title. He also was a dominating right-handed pitcher who struck out 13, walked one and gave up only four hits in the county title victory over Red Lion. He was scouted by the Philadelphia Phillies and signed with the Milwaukee Braves.
Ashley Walton ('00): She was a standout in basketball and track and field, but volleyball was her best sport. She was the YAIAA's Player of the Year in Division II as a junior and was an all-star again as a senior in volleyball. She earned all-state honors as a junior and senior and finished with 950 career kills. In track and field, she excelled at the sprints and high jump, where she finished second in the YAIAA meet as a senior. She earned a volleyball scholarship to Edinboro University.
Matt Wilson ('91): The all-state volleyball player earned a scholarship to play for Ohio State. He also was a two-time captain of his basketball team, best known as a rebounder and defender.
ONE TO WATCH
Autumn Lau will push toward scoring 2,500 career basketball points before this season is done. The senior already has a Division I scholarship to play for St. Francis College of New York and is considered one of the top talents in the state. She scored 24.1 points per game last year.
OTHER NOTABLE NAMES
Cindy King Bleacher ('85) was the school's only female 1,000-point basketball scorer (1,154) for a dozen years, until Autumn Lau reached the mark two seasons ago.
Kyle Almoney earned the first swimming state title in school history as a sophomore in the 100 butterfly and also won a state silver in the 500 freestyle.
Rick Brenner ('74) finished a season ranked in the top 10 nationally in batting average at York College before going on to become the first player in Central League history with 1,000 career hits.
John Ferree ('61) held school records for the long jump and 100 meters for several years, was one of the league's leading basketball scorers as a 5-foot-6 senior and also was a high-scoring winger and MVP of the league title-winning soccer team.
George Fetrow ('88) won district and state titles in the 800 meters as a senior before running for Shippensburg University.
Don Kauffman ('93) was a league all-star in the outfield but was better as a goalie in soccer, in which he earned league player of the year honors and a scholarship to Slippery Rock.
Seth Reeser ('84) signed a pro baseball contract with the Atlanta Braves after pitching for Shippensburg University.
Lee Rentzel ('53, Manchester) pitched the county title game as a freshman and won the league ERA crown as a senior. But the left-hander is best known for pitching for more than five decades - and into his 70s - in the Central and South Penn leagues.
Nevin Weirich ('63) was good enough to play basketball and soccer at York Junior College before playing soccer at West Virginia University.
Keith Wentz ('82) signed a pro baseball contract with the Oakland A's after starring for York College. His 225 lifetime home runs is tops in Central League history.
Scott White ('78) won the school's only district wrestling title as a 138-pound senior. He was 27-0 before losing in the state tournament.