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LADY HUSKY BASKETBALL

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING CONSULTANT

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  Eleana Eckley                                 Rylie Rittenhouse 

            Mid Penn Commonwealth MVP             Mid Penn Commonwealth 2nd Team All-Star 


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Mar 23, 2018 - Post Season Honors

7 Huskies named all-stars

LOCAL SPORTS

MAR 23, 2018

ARTHUR DOWELL   Sentinel sports   adowell@lewistownsentinel.com

LEWISTOWN — In what has been a season of record breaking achievements, seven Mifflin County winter athletes were honored by the Mid-Penn Conference.

After winning his second consecutive state championship and finishing the season with an unblemished record (43-0), Trent Hidlay was named to the Commonwealth Division’s first team in wrestling.

The 170-pound wrestler finished his illustrious career as a two-time state champion, three-time state placewinner and was the team captain for two seasons.

“Trent was an oustanding leader and very hard working wrestler,” Mifflin County coach Kirby Martin said.

Joining Hidlay on the first team is 220-pounder Kross Todaro, a senior first-year wrestler at the varsity level.

Todaro went 26-12 on the season and was one win shy of joing Hidlay, Christian Fisher, Derek Burk and Trey Kibe in Hershey for the state championships.

Both Fisher (33-9) and Kibe (38-8) were named on the division’s second team.

“Christian continues to grow as a wrestler. He had an outstanding postseason in winning districts and regionals,” Martin said. “Trey had an outstanding freshman campaign. He showed excellent poise and toughness throughout the season. His future is very bright.”

In girls basketball, senior star Eleana Eckley was named to the first-team and was named the conference MVP.

Eckley led the entire conference — made up of 31 teams — in scoring with 23.6 points per game. She led the Huskies in points (513), assists (69), steals (47) and free-throw percentage (80.8).

She says goodbye to her career as the school’s all-time leading scorer by any basketball player with 1,327 points.

“Eleana had to carry a target on her back all season long, but she wore it well,”Mifflin County coach Roger Herto said. “She never backed down from a challenge and put her heart and soul into everything she did. She made plays at times when there were none to be made. She was a real gamer.”

Rylie Rittenhouse was named a second team all-star by the Mid-Penn.

Despite missing the first five games due to injury, Rittenhouse finished the year with 228 points to give her 813 for her high school career.

She was second on the team in rebounds (123) and assists (45).

“Rylie was a solid player at both ends of the court,” Herto said. “On the boards, she was relentless. The extra possessions she gave us over her career through offensive rebounding led to many of our wins. She really became a total player her last two seasons, and her efforts to get back on the court after her meniscus tear her senior year were amazing.”

On the boys side, Ryan Walker was named to the Commonwealth’s first team.

Walker steps away having his name connected to nine different team records including points in a game (30), points in a season (406) and points in a career (905).

He scored 20 or more points in 10 different games this winter, including the record-best 30 against Central Dauphin in January.

“Ryan has worked very hard at his game over the past few years, especially at his performance training” said Dave Sheetz, who coached Walker throughout his career. “That is the main reason he was able to maintain and get stronger as the year went on. He physically made himself a Mid-Penn Commonwealth athlete. Basketball skills are just a portion of what is needed to succeed at this level. Ryan transformed himself into a deserving first team all-star.”

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