Tyler Hutson had quite the week with the York College men's lacrosse team.
The Winters Mill graduate first elevated himself to the top of the program's all-time goals list with three goals against Scranton last Wednesday.
Then on Monday, the junior attack was named Capital Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week.
Hutson led the 15th-ranked Spartans (5-1) to a 2-0 week, as they increased their winning streak to five since a season-opening loss to defending national champion Stevenson.
Hutson began the week with six points on three goals and three assists in the 9-5 win at Scranton. With his second goal, Hutson passed Josh Gamble to become York's all-time goals leader. He now has 126 career goals. He also grabbed three ground balls in the victory over the Royals.
In a 13-4 win over Haverford on Saturday, Hutson scored a game-high four goals and added two ground balls.
For the week, Hutson had seven goals and three assists for 10 points. Overall this season, he leads the Spartans with 17 goals and 23 points in six games.
Hutson is joined on the squad by senior midfielder Seth Krolus (Westminster/Loyola Blakefield), junior attack Tyler Davis (Westminster) and sophomore goalkeeper Christian Koch (Century).
Krolus leads the Spartans with 21 ground balls while ranking fifth with 11 points on four goals and seven assists. Davis leads the team with 13 assists and is second with 22 points. Koch has appeared in one game as a reserve, making two saves and allowing no goals in a shade over five minutes.
ALL-IVY CAVEY: Freshman Ryder Cavey (Century) of the Brown University wrestling team earned second-team All-Ivy League honors for his performance this season. He was one of four Bears to earn All-Ivy.
"I am very happy to see the All-Ivy teams," coach Todd Beckerman said in a statement. "This is special to see what the others coaches in the Ivy League see in our team when they vote for them for these awards."
Cavey is a first-year heavyweight and the first Brown freshman to earn All-Ivy since Ophir Bernstein in 2012. He went 11-11 during his first regular season and won six of his last eight dual-meet bouts heading into the EIWA championships.
Cavey started his career with a pin in 52 seconds followed by a 13-2 major decision victory at the East Stroudsburg Open on Nov. 17. He later earned a 7-2 win against Penn to seal a come-from-behind team win on Feb. 8.
Cavey went on to go 2-2 at the EIWA championships.
END OF A CAREER: Senior Caitlin Bach (North Carroll), the county's all-time leading scorer in girls basketball, saw her career with Lebanon Valley College come to a close Friday in the first round of the NCAA Division III tournament.
Bach recorded 11 points and nine rebounds in the 66-48 loss to Baldwin Wallace.
"Caitlin and [fellow senior Lauren Ruhl] have been through so much with the program and it's difficult to see them end their careers on a note like tonight," coach Todd Goclowski said in a statement. "They've been and continue to be terrific ambassadors of the college and of our women's basketball program and I couldn't be more proud of them and what they've accomplished. We're going to miss them greatly."
Bach led the team with 11.1 points and 9.4 rebounds per game as a senior.
In her career, she was named all-Commonwealth Conference three times, helped the Dutchmen secure three conference championships and four NCAA tournament bids.
TEWAARATON WATCH LIST: Three former county lacrosse players were recently named to the women's Tewaaraton Award watch list. The Tewaaraton is awarded to the top men's and women's lacrosse player in the nation.
Penn State's Maggie McCormick (Liberty), Denver's Jill Remenapp (Century), and Princeton's Erin McMunn (Winters Mill) all made the initial list.
McCormick, a junior attack, entered Wednesday tied for the Nittany Lions' lead with 15 points on seven goals and eight assists in six games.
Remenapp, a junior attack, leads the Pioneers with 14 assists and 18 points in four games.
McMunn, also a junior attack, leads the Tigers with six assists, 12 points and 12 draw controls in four games.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Freshman Sammy Bost (Liberty) of the Lebanon Valley College softball team was named Commonwealth Conference Player of the Week on Monday.
Bost hit .625 in five games as the 17th-ranked Dutchmen went 7-0 during their season-opening trip to Florida. The center fielder went 10 for 16 in her first week, with seven runs scored. She also went a perfect 7 for 7 on stolen bases. Defensively, she recorded a pair of outfield assists.
For the week, she slugged .688 with a .684 on-base percentage.
THIRTY UNDER 30: McDaniel volleyball coach Jessica Cortese Wolverton earned the American Volleyball Coaches Association Thirty Under 30 Award, announced Friday.
Cortese was one of the 30 coaches honored with the sixth annual award, which was created to honor 30 of the up-and-coming volleyball coaches under 30 years old at all levels of the game.
The second-year Green Terror coach guided the team to a 19-9 season and a Centennial Conference semifinals appearance after posting a 7-3 record in league play. McDaniel also advanced to the ECAC Southwest tournament.
Cortese was named the Centennial Coach of the Year following a turnaround from an 0-10 conference record in her first year to 7-3 this year. It was the Green Terror's first tournament appearance since 2007.
ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL: Twenty-one McDaniel College student-athletes have been named to the 2013-14 Centennial Conference (CC) Winter Academic Honor Roll. To be nominated for the honor roll, a student-athlete must be a starter or key reserve, be of sophomore standing or higher, and have a cumulative grade-point average of at least 3.40. The honored Green Terror are:
Men's Basketball: Sophomore Wesley Brooks.
Women's Basketball: Junior Lauren Ballenger, sophomore Brittney Davis, junior Steph Perez, junior Emma Wingerd.
Men's Swimming: Sophomore Brad Brooks, senior Joseph Odierno, senior Patrick Rogers.
Women's Swimming: Senior Emma Duesterhaus, junior Lexie Jacobs, senior Brittney Lenz, sophomore Shannon McClellan, senior Mariel Ramey.
Men's Indoor Track: Sophomore Keegan Duesterhaus, senior Jason Stein, senior Jake Zamostny.
Women's Indoor Track: Sophomore Danielle Fatzinger, senior Becky Kaler, sophomore Claire Lawson, sophomore Kelsey Mannix, senior Jasmine McCormick.
Reach correspondent Josh Land at 410-857-7896 or email@example.com