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All Stars Winter 2014

All Stars Winter 2014

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Nick Martin
Garden Spot
Boys’ Bowling
Dan Ross
ManheimTwp.
Boys’ Swimming
Evan Horn
Cedar Crest
Boys’ Basketball
Chelsey Merklinger
Peq.Val. / Lanc. Menn.
Girls’ Bowling
Meredith Newman
ManheimTwp.
Girls’ Swimming
Alexandra Leslie
ManheimTwp.
Girls’ Basketball
LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS
 FALL SPORTS 2014
 LANCASTERONLINE.COM
These are the Players of the Year of the Lancaster-Lebanon League’s fall sports as chosen by coaches and sports writers.
 
Sam Mahan
Manheim Central
Rife
Monday,March 24,2014
Co-wrestler of theYear
Stephen Loiseau
Lancaster Catholic
Blaine Shahan
 / Staff
Co-wrestlerof theYear
ThomasHaines
Solanco
4-time state champion
 
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LANCASTER NEWSPAPERS
 WINTER SPORTS 2014
 LANCASTERONLINE.COM
Nick Martin
Garden Spot
Boys’ Bowler
 
of the
 
Year
CODY SIMET
Penn Manor, Sr.232.72 average (league-high)Medalist, Regionals
ERIC
 
ERB
Lanc. Mennonite, Sr.232.20 averageL-L League Champ
OHN MERTZ III
Manheim  Township, Jr.231.28 averageemifinalist, Dist.  Three
KURTIS STIDD
Elizabethtown, Sr. 214.94 averageL-L runner-up.
NICK MARTIN
Garden Spot, Sr.220.76 avg.2nd, Regionals
RODNEY RIPPY
Conestoga Val., Senior219.27 averageRegionals,  Team All-Star
TE WALLACE
Garden Spot, Sr.221.89 averageMedalist, Regionals
2014
W
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 TARS
SECTION ALL󰀭STARS
SECTION ONE:
FIRST TEAM AVG.
Cody Simet (Penn Manor) 232.70John Mertz III (Manheim Twp.) 231.28Rodney Rippy (Conestoga Valley) 219.27Liz Burkholder (Penn Manor) 212.52Matt Brooks (Hempfield) 208.94
SECOND TEAM AVG.
Ricky Graham (Penn Manor) 202.25Julie Bianco (Penn Manor) 201.31Austin Barilar (Warwick) 200.31Lisa Denlinger (Hempfield) 198.89Jason Denlinger (McCaskey) 198.76
SECTION TWO:
FIRST TEAM AVG.
Nathan Wallace (Garden Spot) 221.89Nick Martin (Garden Spot) 220.76Cameron Weaver (Lebanon) 215.67Kurtis Stidd (Elizabethtown) 214.94Olivia Farwell (Elizabethtown) 207.70
SECOND TEAM AVG.
Dan Hassler (Cocalico) 201.39Mitchell Mumma (Elizabethtown) 200.28Ryan McLaughlin (Lamp.-Stras.) 199.65Lori Flowers (Elizabethtown) 199.58Ian Wettlaufer (Ephrata) 199.12
SECTION THREE:
FIRST TEAM AVG.
Eric Erb (Lancaster Mennonite) 232.20Chelsey Merklinger (Lanc. Menn.) 220.63Joshua Rittle (Elco) 202.57Ben Krizan (Northern Lebanon) 197.15Craig Stickler (Northern Lebanon) 196.47
SECOND TEAM AVG.
Zach Bowers (Lancaster Catholic) 195.48Andrew Haldeman (Columbia) 194.67Matthew Snyder (No. Lebanon) 190.17Joseph Rittle (Elco) 188.50Jon Pleger (Lancaster Catholic) 187.10
Garden Spot senior Nick Martin capped a successful regular season with a trip to the Pennsylvania State Championships. After averaging 221 in helping his team to capture the Section Two title, he nished third in the L-L League Singles Championships, fth in the District Three Championships, was runner-up in the Eastern Pa. Singles Championships and was a seminalist in the Eastern Pa. Regional Team Championships. The Section Two First-Team All-Star overcame the District Three and Eastern Pa. Regional’s top seed, East Pennsboro’s Brandon Runk, on his way to the Eastern Pa. Regional nals, which he did by rolling nine strikes in a row to win the match, 267-248.
 
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 WINTER SPORTS 2014
 LANCASTERONLINE.COM
2014
W
INTER
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 TARS
LIZ BURKHOLDER
Penn Manor, Sr.212.52 average
BRANDI WHITMYER
Warwick, Sr.195.00 avg.Quarterfinalist, Districts
JULIE BIANCO
Penn Manor, Sr.201.31 average
LORI FLOWERS,
Elizabethtown, Sr.199.58 avg.5th place, Districts
LISA DENLINGER
Hempfield, Sr.198.89 average
OLIVIA FARWELL
Elizabethtown, Fr.207.70 avg.Regional team medalist
CHELSEY MERKLINGER
Pequea Valley, Sr.220.63 avg. (league high)2nd place, Regionals
Under the direction of Frank Telenko Jr., the Elizabethtown girls' team not only qualified for the Pa. State Championships for the first time but the Bears brought home the gold medal. The state championship was a product of his philosophy, which asked his bowlers to put “team goals above individual goals.” In his 10th year as the Bears' coach, Telenko directed his team to a Section Two title with a 75-9 record. The boys' team was runner-up to Penn Manor in the L-L League Championships. The E-town girls' team finished as a runner-up to the Penn Manor girls in the Eastern PA Regional tournament before turning the tables on them in states.
FRANK TELENKO
Penn Manor Coach Chris Vital guided his team to the best record in the L-L League (76-8), in capturing the Section One title, and the L-L League Team Championship Tournament. The 10-year veteran coach encouraged his bowlers to take chances, telling them, “the sport is not easy, so don’t be afraid to try new things and take the risk to improve.” His girls team won the Eastern PA Regional tournament and qualified for the PA State Championships, where it took home a silver medal. The Penn Manor boys’ team qualified for states, too, and grabbed a bronze medal.
BOWLING CO󰀭COACHES OF THE YEAR
CHRIS VITALE
Girls’ Bowlerof the Year
Chelsey Merklinger
Pequea Valley
Pequea Valley senior Chelsey Merklinger, who bowls for Lancaster Mennonite in a co-op agreement, took her game to a higher level in the postseason. The Section Three First-Team All-Star led all L-L League girls with her 220.63 average and was able to put it to work in earning a District Three Singles Championship third-place medal and a Eastern Pa. Regional Singles runner-up medal. She also qualified for the Pa. State Championships. After she missed qualifying for the state championship last year, she termed this, a “redemption season,’’ so the determined senior pushed to the top seed in qualifying rounds in both the District Three and the Eastern Regional Championships.

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