GameTimePA YAIAA boys' cross country all-stars

The top boys' cross country runners from 2015, as selected by the GameTimePA.com staff

GameTimePA.com boys' cross country all-stars

The top YAIAA athletes from the 2015 season, as selected by the GameTimePA.com staff

Share This Story
Email
Comment

Meet the all-stars

First-team all-star capsules, honorable mention list and Coach of the Year

Skip in Skip
x

Embed

x
CLOSE

The YAIAA boys' cross country all-stars for 2015, as selected by the GameTimePA.com staff. Sean Heisey

Dan Filler, Gettysburg, sr.

Filler won the YAIAA championship and was the runner-up in the District 3 Class AA race. He earned a 10th-place medal at the state championships after running the tough Hershey course in 16:28.


Will Greene, Delone Catholic, sr.

Greene was the runner-up at the YAIAA and District 3 Class A championships, then ran his best race of the season at the state meet. He earned an eighth-place medal by running the Hershey course in 16:44.


Patrick Jacobson, Dallastown, jr.

Jacobson was the Wildcats' No. 1 runner, helping the team go 5-1 in YAIAA Division I. He placed fifth at the YAIAA championships and 25th in the District 3 Class AAA race to become one of two local qualifiers for the big-school state championships.


Donovan Mears, York Suburban, sr.

Mears led York Suburban to an undefeated regular season and a third-straight District 3 Class AA title. As the team’s No. 1 runner, he placed third at the YAIAA meet and fifth at districts, and he earned a 15th-place medal at the state championships.


Bryce Ohl, York Suburban, so.

Ohl helped the Trojans win a district title and finish as the state Class AA runner-up. He ran a 16:44 to take ninth place in districts and ran a 17:05 at the state meet.


Jarrett Raudensky, York Suburban, fr.

Raudensky made an impact in his first season, running as the team’s No. 2 or 3 runner for much of the season. He placed fourth at the YAIAA championships, eighth at the district championships, and ran a 17:09 in his first state championships appearance.


COACH OF THE YEAR
Dan Lawrence, Littlestown

Lawrence led the Thunderbolts to the Division III title by sweeping their divisional opponents, a complete rebound after going winless in 2014. Senior Michael Bittinger also reached the PIAA Class AA championships to lead Littlestown’s turnaround season.


HONORABLE MENTION

Red Lion: Micah Bodisch. Spring Grove: Jordan Maldonado. York Suburban: Peter Wagner.


Multimedia

Video Q&As and more photos of the all-stars

Skip in Skip
x

Embed

x
CLOSE

The GameTimePA boys cross country all-stars discuss snacks, marathons and superpowers. Zach Miller


Autoplay
Show Thumbnails
Show Captions

Explore the series

See the rest of the fall all-stars and find out when to look for them in print.

Girls' tennis | Click here to see the all-stars

In the York Daily Record on Dec. 12; in The Evening Sun on Dec. 13.

.

Field hockey | Click here to see the all-stars

In the York Daily Record on Dec. 13; in The Evening Sun on Dec. 13.

.

Golf | Click here to see the all-stars

In the York Daily Record Dec. 14; in The Evening Sun on Dec. 17.

.

Girls' soccer | Click here to see the all-stars

In the York Daily Record on Dec. 15; in The Evening Sun on Dec. 15.

.

Boys' soccer | Click here to see the all-stars

In the York Daily Record on Dec. 16; in The Evening Sun on Dec. 15.

.

Girls' cross country | Click here to see the all-stars

In the York Daily Record on Dec. 17; in The Evening Sun on Dec. 17.

.

Boys' cross country 

In the York Daily Record on Dec. 18; in The Evening Sun on Dec. 17.

.

Girls' volleyball | Click here to see the all-stars

In the York Daily Record on Dec. 19; in The Evening Sun on Dec. 20.

.

Football

Online Sunday. In the York Daily Record on Dec. 20; in The Evening Sun on Dec. 20.

.

***

.

Editor's note

GameTimePA.com is tentatively planning an end-of-the-year event to honor all of our first-team all-star selections and name our players of the year for the fall, winter and spring seasons.

Share This Story
Email
Comment