Warrior Athletes Receive All-star Honors

Warrior Athletes Receive All-star Honors

Varsity coaches from the YAIAA voted on the All-star teams for their respective winter sports.
These Warrior athletes put in the work to receive recognition for their outstanding performance this winter season.

Sophomore Elena Snyder received second-team Division II YAIAA All-Star. Wearing #11, Snyder averaged 8.39 points per game. While Snyder is not a Susquehannock High School student, she feels close with the team. “I don’t think anyone receives this award without the help of the people around them,” Snyder said. “…Basketball is where my closest friends are…the team is like my family.” Photograph by Amy Snyder

Junior Annie Laubach earned honors to the second team Division II YAIAA All-Star Team. In her third year playing varsity, Laubach scored 25-threes this year. Laubach’s teammate Elena Snyder congratulated her. “I’m very proud of her, she put in a lot of hard work during and before the season,” Snyder said. Photograph Courtesy of Annie Laubach

Sophomore Silas Leonard earned second team honors for YAIAA Division II boys basketball All-Star team. He describes how Seth Leonard, his uncle and head coach, announced the honor. “…came downstairs and my uncle surprised me…said I was in trouble, but then he surprised me and said I was on the Second All-Star Team,” Silas Leonard said. “Felt good…I put in the work and got me the Second Team All-Star.” This is Silas Leonard’s first year at Susquehannock; he averaged 9.7 points per game this past season. Design by Lion King Graphics Courtesy of Silas Leonard

Junior Brooks McKnight received an Honorable Mention for Division II. Known for his 3-point shooting, McKnight averaged 10.1 points per game. Photograph Courtesy of Brooks McKnight

Junior Joe Fuller receives Second Team All-Star. Using his height to his advantage, Fuller averaged 14.5 points per game. Photograph Courtesy of Lindsey Sweitzer

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