Free­man caps a ca­reer at LVC

The Hamburg Area Item - - Front Page - By Bill Arse­nault For Dig­i­tal First Me­dia

AUSTINFREEMAN( HAMBURG) » The 5- foot- 10, 160- pound se­nior played in all 17 games with eight starts for the Le­banon Val­ley men’s soc­cer team, the Dutch­men fin­ish­ing 11- 5- 1 after drop­ping a 5- 1 de­ci­sion to Ly­coming in the MAC Com­mon­wealth semi­fi­nals on Nov. 1 in Wil­liamsport. Free­man fin­ished with three goals and an as­sist and had the game- win­ner in a 1- 0 tri­umph over Alver­nia on Oct. 7. He also had a goal in a 4- 2 tri­umph over Wi­dener on Oct. 28. He played in 69 games with 44 starts in his ca­reer. DUSTIN ROHRBACH ( HAMBURG) » The 6- foot ju­nior de­fender played in 18 games and started 15 for the Penn State Har­ris­burg men’s soc­cer team, the Lions fin­ish­ing 11- 8 over­all and 4- 5 in Cap­i­tal Ath­letic Con­fer­ence play after a 4- 3 league loss to Mary Wash­ing­ton on Oct. 24 in Mid­dle­town. Rohrbach picked up an as­sist on the only goal in a 1- 0 vic­tory over Lan­caster Bi­ble on Sept. 25 also in Mid­dle­town. He has played in 47 games with 26 starts and has a goal and two as­sists for his ca­reer. CODYHUNSICKER( TULPEHOCKEN) » The se­nior de­fender was named to the All- Pa­triot League sec­ond team for her play with the Lafayette field hockey team, which wrapped up its sea­son with a 7- 11 over­all mark and a 2- 4 record in league play after a 4- 1 non- league vic­tory over Tem­ple on Oct. 29 in Philadel­phia. Hun­sicker started all 18 games and con­trib­uted a pair of goals and keyed a de­fense that record three shutouts. She played in 59 games with 41 starts in her ca­reer. BECKHAM SIBISKI ( KUTZ­TOWN) » The 6- foot- 2, 180- pound fresh­man started all 18 games for the Lock

Haven men’s soc­cer team, the Bald Ea­gles fin­ish­ing the sea­son with six losses and a tie and wind­ing up 6- 8- 4 over­all and 3- 6- 2 in PSAC play. Sibiski had a team- high six goals, two as­sists and a team- high 14 points with two game- win­ners – in a 5- 3 vic­tory over Shep­herd on Sept. 4 and the only score in a 1- 0 tri­umph over West Vir­ginia Wes­leyan on Sept. 30. And he had both goals in a 2- 2 tie with St. Thomas Aquinas on Sept. 19.

SHAN­NON CAR­ROLL ( FLEET­WOOD) » The ju­nior for­ward was named to the Colo­nial States Ath­letic Con­fer­ence honor­able men­tion list for her play with the Gwynedd Mercy field hockey team. She started all 18 games dur­ing the reg­u­lar sea­son and had five goals, a team- high 14 as­sists, and 24 points. Car­roll had an as­sist in a 7- 1 vic­tory over Im­mac­u­lata on Oct. 24 and two as­sists in a 3- 0 tri­umph over Le­banon Val­ley on Oct. 28. The Griffins ended the reg­u­lar sea­son 15- 3 over­all and cap­tured the league’s reg­u­lar- sea­son crown with a 7- 0 mark.

TYLER EMGE ( FLEET­WOOD) » The 6- foot1, 220- pound ju­nior line­backer for the Ship­pens­burg foot­ball team has 40 tack­les, in­clud­ing 19 unas­sisted and 8.5 for losses and a sack. He also has an in­ter­cep­tion, a forced fum­ble and a fum­ble re­cov­ery. Emge had his best game in a 37- 6 vic­tory over Lock Haven on Sept. 30. He had seven tack­les and picked up a fum­ble and re­turned it 25 yards for the Raiders’ first touch­down. Ship­pens­burg is 8- 1 over­all and 5- 1 in PSAC East play after a 2713 league vic­tory at Kutz­town on Oct. 28.

KAYLEIGH KARDOS ( DANIEL BOONE) » Kayleigh Kardos came into the sea­son re­cov­ered and ready and has had a stand­out sea­son with the Lib­erty women’s soc­cer team.

The 5- foot- 5 for­ward from Dou­glassville ( Daniel Boone) has played in all 19 games with four starts for the Lady Flames who posted a 10- 6- 3 over­all record and tied for first in the Big South Con­fer­ence with a 7- 1- 1 record head­ing into the league tour­na­ment.

Kardos had a goal and three as­sists and helped the Lib­erty de­fense limit foes to just 18 goals ( 0.90 goals against av­er­age) with eight shutouts.

GABRIELLE STICK ( EX­ETER) » The 5- foot- 10 ju­nior out­side hit­ter con­tin­ues to be a solid per­former with the Lock Haven women’s vol­ley­ball team, the Bald Ea­gles 11- 14 over­all and 4- 9 in PSAC play after a 3- 0 league loss to Cal­i­for­nia on Oct. 28 in Lock Haven. Stick is sec­ond on the team in digs with 226 and ser­vice aces with 26 and third on the squad in kills with 206 and to­tal blocks with 42. She’s had five dou­ble- dou­bles and had a sea­son- high 23 digs in a 3- 2 vic­tory over Millersville on Oct. 20 and a sea­son­high 19 kills in a 3- 2 tri­umph over Slip­pery Rock on Sept. 22.

Le­banon Val­ley Col­lege’s Austin Free­man, right.

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