GameTimePA YAIAA girls' cross country all-stars

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

GameTimePA.com girls’ cross country all-stars

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

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Meet the all-stars

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

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

FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS
Maddie Ferner, Kennard-Dale, sr.

Ferner won the YAIAA and District 3 titles, running both championship courses in 19:07. She also posted the fastest time of any YAIAA female runner at the PIAA championships in Hershey. Her 19:25 finish earned her a 15th-place medal in Class AA.


Maddie McLain, Eastern York, so.

McLain placed second at the YAIAA championships and third at the District 3 championships. She ran a 19:28 at the PIAA Class AA championships, good for a 16th-place medal in her classification.


Olivia McLain, Eastern York, fr.

McLain placed sixth at the YAIAA championships and 10th at the District 3 championships. In her first time at the tough Hershey course, she ran a 20:30 at the PIAA Class AA meet.


Madison Nalls, Eastern York, so.

Nalls placed fifth at the YAIAA championships and 19th at the District 3 championships to qualify for the Class AA state championships for the second straight year. She ran a 20:17 at that race to improve on her time from last season.


Caitlin Salomon, Kennard-Dale, sr.

Salomon ran a 19:33 in the league meet to place third on the tough Gettysburg course. She also placed 11th at the District 3 Class AA championships, and qualified state meet.


Bethany Weaver, West York, sr.

Weaver broke 20 minutes at the YAIAA championships to earn fourth place in the league. She also earned an 18th-place medal at the District 3 championships and qualified for the PIAA Class AA championships.


COACH OF THE YEAR
Dan VanHouwe, York Suburban

VanHouwe had only one runner advance to the state championships, but his team as a whole ran well enough to put together an undefeated 20-0 season. His senior trio of Olivia Gettle, Emma Leik and Lauren Kimpel never lost a regular-season meet in their four varsity seasons.


HONORABLE MENTION

Dallastown: Lydia Fimmano. Delone Catholic: Leanne Sneeringer. York Suburban: Olivia Gettle.


Multimedia

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

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

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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.

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Field hockey | Click here to see the all-stars

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

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Golf | Click here to see the all-stars

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

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

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

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

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

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Girls' cross country

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

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

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

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

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

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Football

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

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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.

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