2011 Inductees

  • Kamille Kassees Beittel – Class of 1981

    • Earned 7 varsity letters in the sports of field hockey (2), basketball (2) and track (3)
    • Field Hockey – 1981 Lancaster-Lebanon League All-Star
    • Basketball – 1981 Coaches Award Recipient
    • Track – 1981 Coaches Award Recipient
    • Attended Elizabethtown College for Field Hockey – Earned four varsity letters; four-year starter; 1984–Senior Year Co-Captain, Mid-Atlantic All-Star Awards, Honorable Mention All-American Award
    • Club Field Hockey – Played 1985-1988
    • Coaching – 1989 varsity field hockey coach at Lancaster Country Day School and 1990 assistant varsity coach at Elizabethtown College

    **************************

    Kelly Johnson Dearolf – Class of 2001

    • Earned 9 varsity letters in the sports of field hockey (4), basketball (2) track (2) and softball (1)
    • 2001 Lancaster Sportswriters and Sportscasters Award
    • 2001 Scholar Athlete Award
    • Basketball – Two-year starter; Won three consecutive Section Titles and one District Title
    • Track – 2001 Co-Captain; 2001 Lancaster-Lebanon Section II Champions; 2000 and 2001 League and District Qualifier in javelin and discus
    • Field Hockey – Four-year starter; 1998, 1999 and 2000 Lancaster-Lebanon League First-team All-Star; 2000 Coaches Award; 2000 First-team All-State; 2000 All-American Nominee
    • Attended The University of Rhode Island on full athletic scholarship for field hockey; Started every game in collegiate career; 2002, 2003 & 2004 Atlantic 10 First-team All-Conference; 2001 selected to United Airlines New England Team

    **************************

    Brandon Hershey – Class of 2001

    • Earned 11 varsity letters in the sports of wrestling (3), track (4) and football (4)
    • 2001 A. Landis Brackbill Male Scholar Athlete
    • 2001 Conestoga Valley Senior Male Outstanding Athlete
    • Football – Running Back / Outside Linebacker; 1997 CV Defensive Player of the Year; 1997 Lancaster-Lebanon League Section II Champions; 2000 District III Runner-Up, Coaches Award Recipient, Lancaster-Lebanon League Section II First-team All-Star (Linebacker), Team Captain
    • Wrestling – Two-year Captain; 1998 Rookie of the Year Award; Lancaster-Lebanon Section II Second-team All-Star
    • Track – Captain; Member of 4x800m District III qualifying relay team; Completed in 800m, 1600m, 3200m and 4x800m relay; 1998 Section II Champions
    • 2003-2008 Conestoga Valley assistant high school wrestling coach

    **************************

    Casey (Diener) Horning – Class of 2004

    • Earned 12 varsity letters in the sports of field hockey (4), basketball (4) and soccer (4)
    • 2004 A. Landis Brackbill Female Scholar Athlete
    • 2004 Lancaster New Era Female Athlete of the Year
    • 2004 Conestoga Valley Senior Female Outstanding Athlete
    • 2004 Wendy’s High School All-American Nominee
    • Field Hockey – Two-time Lancaster-Lebanon League First-team All-Star; Two-time First-team All-State; Mideast Regional All-American (’04); 2002 & 2003 Team Captain; 2002 & 2003 Team MVP
    • Basketball – 2004 Team Captain; 2002 & 2003 Team High Scorer
    • Soccer – 2004 Team Captain; Three-time Lancaster-Lebanon League All-Star
    • Attended University of Louisville for Field Hockey – 2004 MAC Champions; 2006 and 2007 Big East Regular Season Champions; Sixth in school history for goals scored; 2008 Senior Scholar-Athlete Award
    • Millersville University field hockey assistant coach for three years

    **************************

    Jordan S. Steffy – Class of 2004

    • Earned 9 varsity letters in the sports of football (4), basketball (4) and track (1)
    • 2004 Lancaster New Era Male Athlete of the Year
    • 2004 Conestoga Valley Senior Male Outstanding Athlete
    • Football – 4-year varsity starter; Holds over 20 records including: Most Points Scored in Career (146), Longest Touchdown Pass (97 yds), Most Touchdown Passes in a Game (6), Most Rushing Touchdowns by a QB in a season (12) and Career (22); 2003 All-State Honorable Mention; Ranked in the Top 10 Quarterbacks in the nation as a senior
    • Basketball – 4-year varsity starter; 3-time Lancaster New Era Play of the Week; 2004 CV MVP; One of three to score 1,000 points (1,096) during 2004 season; Named to the Top 50 Players in CV History; 2002 Lancaster-Lebanon All-Defensive Team; 2004 1st Team All-Section; 2004 All-League Selection; 2002 and 2003 Keystone Game Gold Medal Winner
    • Attended University of Maryland on a full athletic scholarship for Football – 3-year letter winner at Quarterback; 2007 recipient of the Presidents Cup Award; 2007 and 2009 recipient of the ACC Service Award; 2008 recipient of the C.P. “Lefty” McIntosh Public Service Award; 2008 recipient of the Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl Award; 2009 recipient of the Allstate Good Works Award
    • Founder and President of The Children Deserve a Chance Foundation, a non-profit that has sent 100% of its Seniors to colleges including University of Maryland, Colorado University, St. Joseph’s University, The Pennsylvania State University and University of Pittsburgh