We've tallied your ballots and your voices have been heard and the greatest athlete is ... (drum roll) ... Red Lion's Scott Fitzkee.
Fitzkee, a 1975 graduate, was a star running back in football who held state records for average yards per carry in a season (11.6) and average yards per carry in a career (10.87). He left Red Lion with a league-record 2,805 rushing yards.
In track and field, he was undefeated in high school in the 100- and 200-yard dashes and in the long jump during league and District 3 championship meets.
He won a state gold medal and tied a state record in the 100 dash (9.6 seconds).
And he was a 1,000-point scorer in basketball (1,040), earning all-league honors as a junior and senior.
Fitzkee earned a full scholarship to play wide receiver at Penn State, choosing over offers from Texas, Ohio State and Notre Dame.
Here's the complete Top 25 as selected by you, the readers:
1. Scott Fitzkee, Red Lion
2. Mike Wilt, Dover
3. Randy Edsall, Susquehannock
4. Doug King, Northeastern
5. Joey Wildasin, South Western
6. Jon Witman, Eastern York
7. John Sprenkle, West York
8. Chris Doleman, William Penn
9. Bill Schmidt, Willian Penn
10 (tie). Bill Khayat, York Catholic
10 (tie). Jen German, Dallastown
12. Mark Banks, York County Tech
13. Hal Brown, William Penn
14 (tie). Butch Wynegar, Red Lion
14 (tie). Bob Forry, Hanover
14 (tie). Meredith Cox, Delone Catholic
17. Donna McLain Vitacco, Eastern
18. Mike Keesey, York Catholic
19. Danny Smith, Red Lion
20. Jeff Johnson, Central York
21 (tie). Mike Spangler, South Western
21 (tie). Bill Groft, William Penn
21 (tie). John Gastley, Delone Catholic
24 (tie). Rob Rinehart, Susquehannock
24 (tie). Chris May, Biglerville