The Evening Sun's 2013 Boys' Track and Field all-star teams:
Aaron Gebhart, New Oxford: At the District 3 meet, Gebhart turned in an eighth-place finish in the 3,200 with a time of 9:37. The sophomore brought home a gold at the YAIAA meet with a time of 9:40.
Xavier Sauvageau, Littlestown: The senior missed all of 2012 with an injury but rebounded in a very strong way as he earned a trip to states in the 1,600 after a fourth place finish at the District 3 Class AAA meet.
Josh Hicks, Littlestown: This season was Hicks' first in track and he burst onto the scene.
Dustin Crouse, Littlestown: In only his second year of track, Crouse was a huge reason why the Thunderbolts captured their fourth consecutive Division C title. He threw shot put and javelin for the Bolts and finished third in districts with a distance of 184-7. He also threw a 184-7 at states which was good enough for a 14th-place finish.
Brady Wilt, Biglerville: The Boys' Track and Field athlete of the year captured a gold medal at the District 3 Class AA meet in the 1,600 with a time of 4:28.86. He also won the gold at the YAIAA championships with a time of 4:31. He turned in a 12th-place finish at states.
Nick Braun, Delone Catholic: Despite battling an injury late in the year, Braun dominated the high jump and long jump all season long. He finished third in the high jump at the YAIAA championships with a height of 5 feet, 10 inches and finished 11th at districts.
Evan Wolfe, Fairfield: Wolfe was dominant in dual meets all season long, finishing undefeated in the high jump. He turned in a fifth place finish at the YAIAA championships with a leap of 5-10. The highlight of his season came at the District 3 championships where he broke the school high jump record with a mark of 6-3. He jumped 5-10 at states and finished in 20th place.
Kobe Wansel, Gettysburg: Wansel added key points all season long for Gettysburg in the triple jump and earned a trip to states. He finished 15th in Class AAA at the PIAA state meet with a distance of 44-5.25.
Devin Wilt, Fairfield: Wilt did a little of everything for Fairfield as a junior. He ran in the 800, 1,600 and was also a member of the relay teams. He was part of the 3,200 relay team that set a school record at the YAIAA meet and he also qualified for districts in the 800. He narrowly missed earning a trip to states but finished fifth in the 800 just 0.01 seconds away.
Tyler Hewitt, Fairfield
Oakley Fissel, Biglerville
Kahlif Spivey, Gettysburg
Logan Bowman, South Western
Ben Creggar, Spring Grove
Taylor Conrad, Delone Catholic
Nick Poole, Delone Catholic
Scott Cooper, Biglerville
Devin Barlow, Fairfield