CRESAPTOWN — Austin Heavner, Josh Snyder and Levi Hartsock, who helped lead Calvary Christian to the conference championship during a record-setting season, were voted to the Mason-Dixon Christian Conference first team in boys soccer.
Shakayla Ganoe, who led the Eagles volleyball team to one of its finest seasons, was voted first-team all-conference as well.
The Calvary soccer team, coached by Ryan Chaney, set a school record for single-season wins, finishing with a 22-4 record and 13-4 in the conference. They won the conference tournament, beating Shalom 1-0 in the championship game, then finished fifth in the National Association of Christian Athletes National Tournament in Dayton, Tenn.
Heavener, a junior center forward, repeated on the first team. He finished second in the Times-News area in scoring with 28 goals, 12 assists and 68 points in 23 games for a 2.96 average.
Heavner, over the last two seasons, has 72 goals and 22 assists in 47 games, an average of 3.53 points per game.
Snyder, a junior wing, also repeated on the Mason-Dixon first team after being part of the high-scoring Eagles offense that scored 98 goals in 26 games. He finished eighth in the area with 17 goals, 11 assists and 45 points in with 4 thumbs for mag25 games for a 1.80 average.
Hartsock, a senior, moved from offense to defense and passed with flying colors. A second-team pick as a junior, he moved up to first team after leading a defense that had 14 shutouts and allowed only 22 goals in 25 games, including just one in five national tournament games.
Junior center back Tyler Michael, who had six goals and seven assists, and sophomore center midfielder Caleb Snyder, who had five goals and 16 assists, were named to the second team.
The Calvary volleyball team enjoyed a 17-win season and finished second in the conference tournament. They beat Cumberland Valley before falling to Heritage in the championship game and had a 17-6 overall record.
Ganoe, a junior middle hitter, was named to the all-conference first team after leading the Eagles with 212 kills. She also had 57 blocks, 242 service points with 63 aces and 66 digs.
Savannah Reed, who had 142 kills and 63 blocks, was named to the second team.