GameTimePA's YAIAA golf all-stars for 2016

The top York-Adams golfers from the 2016 season, as selected by the GameTimePA.com staff.

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GameTimePA staff selected these players for the 2016 fall first-team all-stars. Sean Heisey, GameTimePA.com

FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS
Kendel Abrams, Susquehannock, jr.

Abrams finished sixth during the District 3 Class 3A championships and just missed the cut for states at the PIAA East Region championships. She was second at the YAIAA individual championships after a third-place finish as a sophomore.


Carson Bacha, Central York, fr.

Bacha capped his first season of scholastic golf with a fifth-place finish during the PIAA Class 3A championship at Heritage Hills. He finished tied for sixth during the District 3 Class 3A tourney and tied for 19th at the East Region championships.


Andrew Forjan, York Catholic, sr.

The Irish senior capped a solid career by finishing second during the YAIAA Class 2A championship. He took sixth at districts, then he earned a trip to states by tying for 10th place at regionals. Forjan helped the Fighting Irish claim the YAIAA Division III title and a district team tournament berth.


Evan Greenplate, Dallastown, jr.

After scoring a second-place finish during the YAIAA Class 3A championship, Greelplate tied for 12th at the District 3 tourney. He just made the cut for states by tying for 21st with four others, including teammate Blake Sebring, at the East Region championships.


Luke Hoffnagle, Spring Grove, sr.

The YAIAA third-place finisher in Class 3A tied for 11th place at regionals to earn a trip to the state tournament.


Julianne Lee, Central York, jr.

Lee extended her reign as the top female golfer in the district by successfully defending her YAIAA and District 3 Class 3A titles. She finished the season with a fifth-place effort at the East Region championships and a third-place finish during the PIAA Class 3A tourney at Heritage Hills. She was part of a powerhouse Panthers lineup that repeated as YAIAA champs, won a district title and placed third in the state championships.


Joe Parrini, Central York, jr.

After winning the YAIAA championship, Parrini made it two-for-two with a two-stroke victory at the District 3 Class 3A tournament at Briarwood East. It marked his second district title after he won the 2A crown as a freshman at York Catholic. Parrini placed 11th at states after a sixth-place finish at the East Region championships. He helped Central York claim league and district team titles and a third-place finish at states.


Blake Sebring, Dallastown, sr.

Sebring finished ninth during the District 3 Class 3A tournament and qualified for the East Region championships and state championships.


COACH OF THE YEAR
Chuck Jordan, Dover

Jordan guided a deep, solid lineup that breezed to its first Division II title. The Eagles didn't have any superstars but Logan Snyder, Jon Keagy and Dylan Spahr all had strong seasons.


HONORABLE MENTION

Central York: Matt Bricker. Eastern York: Alexandra Lowder. Littlestown: Devin Peart. New Oxford: Victoria Downey, Justin Gruver, Ella Moores. Spring Grove: Mason Staub.


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YAIAA ALL-STAR WEEK

GameTimePA's YAIAA All-Star Week runs Dec. 9-18. Here's the schedule of when you can find your favorite all-stars online and in print.

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FIELD HOCKEY | Online now | YDR Dec. 10 | Evening Sun Dec. 11

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GOLF | Online now | YDR Dec. 11 | Evening Sun Dec. 11

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GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL | Online now | YDR Dec. 12 | Evening Sun Dec. 13

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BOYS' SOCCER | Online now | YDR Dec. 13 | Evening Sun Dec. 13

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GIRLS' SOCCER | Online now| YDR Dec. 14 | Evening Sun Dec. 15

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GIRLS' TENNIS | Online now | YDR Dec. 15 | Evening Sun Dec. 15

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BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY | Online now | YDR Dec. 16 | Evening Sun Dec. 18

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GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY | Online now | YDR Dec. 17 | Evening Sun Dec. 18

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FOOTBALL | Online now| YDR Dec. 18 | Evening Sun Dec. 18

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