Stats: The brawny 6-4, 270-pounder provided blocking for an offense that averaged 281 yards rushing and 103 yards passing per game On defense he had 36 tackles and 4 sacks.
Of note: Hess was named to the Mid Penn Colonial first team.
Quotes: Shippensburg coach Eric Foust said, "Cary is a very dominant offensive and defensive lineman in our league. He had another great year."
Austin Scott, sr., QB/DB, Greencastle-Antrim
Stats: The 6-foot-2, 180-pound Scott completed exactly half of his passes, 50-for-100, for 852 yards and 8 touchdowns He also ran for 413 yards (5.7 average) and 9 TDs.
Of note: Scott was named to the Mid Penn Colonial first team.
Quotes: Greencastle-Antrim coach Chuck Tinninis said, "He was our team leader. He's one of the best athletes around. He was a real run-pass threat."
Zach Todd, sr., WR/DB, James Buchanan
Stats: At 6-foot-4, 170-pounds, the lanky Todd caught 27 passes for 487 yards (18 yards per catch) and 5 touchdowns.
Of note: He had 4 catches for 104 yards and a TD vs. Gettysburg.
Quotes: James Buchanan coach Andy Stoner said, "He worked hard on his route-running. He was our go-to receiver. He was usually double-covered and it took more than one person to bring him down."
Johnnie Adgers, sr., RB/DB, Waynesboro
Stats: The shifty 5-7, 145-pound Adgers ran 195 times for 1,093 yards (5.6 yards per carry) and 8 touchdowns, and added 4 TDs receiving He had 17 tackles and an INT.
Quotes: Waynesboro coach Scott Shacreaw said, "He's a 3,000-plus rusher. He's a great kid to coach and have around. He's not sure if he'll play football or compete in track and field in college."
Jamal Pickett, jr., RB, Chambersburg
Stats: At 5-10, 195 pounds, Pickett piled up 952 yards rushing (6.95 per carry) and 17 TDs He added 4 TDs receiving.
Of note: Pickett made second-team Mid Penn Commonwealth.
Quotes: Chambersburg coach Mark Saunders said, "He got bigger this year and we wanted him to be running downhill more instead of just running outside. I think he did that. He really turned some games around with his plays."
Britton Hastings, sr., WR/DB, Shippensburg
Stats: At 5-foot-10, 180 pounds, Hastings led the Hounds with 22 catches for 468 yards (21.3 yds per catch) On defense, he tied for 2nd in tackles with 46 (31 solo, 15 assists).
Of note: Hastings was chosen Mid Penn Colonial first team.
Quotes: Shippensburg coach Eric Foust said, "He was our most improved player. He had nearly 500 yards receiving and was our defensive signal caller."
Ryan Martin, jr., QB, Chambersburg
Stats: The 6-3, 180-pound signal-caller completed 58.6% of his passes for 1,585 yards, 18 TDs and just 7 picks.
Of note: Martin threw for 231 yards and 3 TDs vs. CD East.
Quotes: Chambersburg coach Mark Saunders, "He didn't even start the first 3 games, but he came in and did a great job - we think he set a school record for yards (passing). He stayed in the pocket and took some hits. His upside is tremendous."
Hunter Szaflarski, sr., WR/DB, Greencastle-Antrim
Stats: The 5-foot-7, 155-pounder caught 12 passes for 267 yards, averaging 22.3 yards per reception, and ran for 421 yards (10 yards per carry) He also intercepted 3 passes.
Of note: Szarflarski was picked Mid Penn Colonial second team.
Quotes: Greencastle-Antrim coach Chuck Tinninis said, "Pound-for-pound he's the toughest kid I've seen. This year, he played great on offense, defense, special teams. His stats speak for themselves."
Andrew Paterno, sr., OL/DT, Waynesboro
Stats: The muscular 5-10, 230-pound Paterno helped the Indians average 154 yards rushing and 82 yards passing per game He recorded 56 tackles, including 2 sacks.
Of note: Paterno was named second-team Mid Penn Colonial.
Quotes: Waynesboro coach Scott Shacreaw said, "We moved him from center to tackle because of our zone scheme, and to alllow him to move around and take care of his skills. He's a very strong kid."
Robbie Keyes, sr., TE/LB, Shippensburg
Stats: Strong on both sides of the ball, the 6-foot-2, 230- pounder was a good blocker on offense He recorded 38 solo tackles and 40 assists for a total of 78.
Of note: Keyes was named Mid Penn Colonial defensive MVP.
Quotes: Shippensburg coach Eric Foust said, "He was a leader on defense. He was a three-year starter and he led us in tackles this season."
Taylor Tolbert, sr., TE/DB, Chambersburg
Stats: The 6-0, 185-pound Tolbert caught 18 passes for 320 yards and 2 TDs, had 45 tackles, recovered 2 fumbles and intercepted 2 passes and got credit for 3 passes broken up.
Of note: Tolbert will play lacrosse at York College next season.
Quotes: Chambersburg coach Mark Saunders said, "He's just a natural leader and he was vocal about it. He played with a lot of aggression and he got better each year."