Two Heartbreakers Earn Player Of The Year for their High School Divisions

Victoria McClean and Ryleigh Bolyard both earned Player of the Year for their respective high school divisions. McClain, who plays for the Middletown Knights, was a dominant pitcher who went 10-3 with a 2.12 ERA and 104 strikeouts in 85 2-3 innings pitched. In the Class 2A West regional championship game, she fired a one-hit shutout to lead the Knights to an 8-0 win over Oakdale. She also ranked high on the Frederick County hitting leaders list, batting a team-high .474 with six doubles. Bolyard, playing shortstop for the Fairfield Lady Knights, earned the title for her second year in a row, batting .586 with a .655 on-base percentage with four home runs, 15 doubles and 37 RBI for a Fairfield team that went 15-5.

Paige Wilhelm and Lindsey Windsor made 1st team all stars for Frederick County. Kassidy Tobery made 2nd team Frederick County, and Braindan Wastler made 2nd team for York / Adams County. Jessi Lindsay made 2nd team mid-penn colonial all stars.