2009 Inductees

  • Nate Bagley – Class of 2001

    • Earned 8 varsity letters in the sports of football (3), wrestling (2) and track (3)
    • Football (RB/FS/OLB) 1998/1999/2000 Lancaster-Lebanon League Section II All-Star; 2000 Co-Capt & CV Offensive MVP, QB Club Player of the Week twice, PIAA District III Runner-Ups; 2000 Stats: 100 yd games (8), TD’s (18), Rushing yds (1,197), All-Purpose yds (1,343), points scored (108); Other Stats: Season Int’s (5), Career Int’s (7), Single Game TD’s (3)
    • Wrestling – 2000/2001 Lancaster-Lebanon League Section II All-Star (189,171); Two-time PIAA District III Tournament Qualifier (189,171); 2001: Lancaster-Lebanon League Tournament (5th), Sectional Tournament (2nd), Co-Captain, Coaches Award Recipient
    • Track – 1999/2000/2001 PIAA District III Track Championships Qualifier; 2000 District III Qualifier in 100m & member of record setting 4x100m relay team; 2001 District III Qualifier in 100m/400m/4x800m relay team, Co-Captain
    • 2001 Co-Recipient of Conestoga Valley Outstanding Male Athlete Award
    • Attended Kutztown University for two years, earned two varsity letters in football as defensive back
    • 2-time NAFL All-Star (FS); CV track coach for 6 yrs; CV football coach for 5 yrs, including 2006 Lancaster-Lebanon League Section II Championship Team


    Bob Drinane  – Class of 1987

    • Earned 7 varsity letters in the sports of football (3), basketball (3) and tennis (1)
    • 1987 Conestoga Valley Outstanding Male Athlete Award
    • Football – 3 year starter; 1986 Team Captain; 1984 & 1985 Section II Champions; 1985 & 1986 District III Qualifiers
    • Basketball – 3 year starter; 1986-1987 Team Captain; 1987 Eastern State Finalists

    “Thank you to my coaches and teammates for the privilege of playing for you and with you. My lessons learned were born not only from the wins and losses, but from the friendships, camaraderie and team spirit that we all shared. Life lessons for sure.”


    Angie Wyble – Class of 1999

    • Earned 9 varsity letters in the sports of basketball (3), field hockey (3) and track (3)
    • 1999 Conestoga Valley Outstanding Female Athlete
    • Basketball – Captain two years; 1996-1998 CV Defensive Award; 1997-1998 Lancaster-Lebanon League Section All-Star and District III Tournament All-Star; 1998-1999 Lancaster-Lebanon League Section All-Star, Mechanicsburg Tip-Off All-Tournament Team, Selected to the Pennsylvania SportsFever Supreme Team, PA & MD All-Star; Scored 932 career points
    • Field Hockey – Captain Senior Year; 1998 Offensive MVP, 1999 Coaches Award and Lancaster-Lebanon Section II All-Star
    • Track – Captain two years; broke the 800 meter school record


    Michael Lee Horn – Class of 1992

    • Earned 3 varsity letters at Conestoga Valley in the sports of football (2) and basketball (1); earned 4 varsity letters in football and basketball prior to attending Conestoga Valley School District
    • Football – Three-time Lancaster-Lebanon League Section All-Star; Two-time Lancaster-Lebanon League All-League All-Star; 4 year starter; All-State Team; Big 33 participant; Named the Lancaster-Lebanon League Offensive Lineman of the Year; Senior year was named one of the Top 33 lineman in the USA; Blocked for all-time leading rusher in school history; Helped pave the way on Lancaster-Lebanon League Section Two, District III and Eastern State Championship team.
    • Basketball – Two-time Lancaster-Lebanon League Section All-Star; One year Lancaster-Lebanon     All-League All-Star; Two-time Suburban Cable Player of the Week; Selected to three All-Tournament teams; Two-time Keystone Games participant; Selected to Sunny Hill All-Star Team in Philadelphia; Won a District III Championship with Manheim Township as a freshman and led team in free throw percentage (89%)
    • Attended West Virginia University on full athletic scholarship for football; Earned 3 varsity letters; Named to All-Big East Team as a senior; only gave up 2 sacks during entire football career


    Doug Shaab – Class of 1978

    • Earned 6 varsity letters in the sports of baseball (3), football (2) and basketball (1)
    • Participated in four years of club volleyball; District III Champions as freshman; District III Runner-Up as junior and senior; Pennsylvania State Tournament participant as senior
    • Senior year Co-Captain in baseball and Tri-Captain in football
    • 1977 Lancaster-Lebanon League Baseball Section IV All-Star; 1978 Lancaster-Lebanon League Baseball All-Star Pitcher; 1977 Pennsylvania American Legion Baseball All-East All-Star
    • Attended University of Delaware – earned 3 varsity letters in baseball; 1982 East Coast Conference Champions, participated in NCAA Division I Regional Tournament; 1983 East Coast Conference Champions, Runner-Up in NCAA Division I Northeast Regional Tournament, Ranked 14th Nationally
    • 1983 Drafted by Houston Astros in 23rd round; Played 3 years in Minor Leagues; Played one season in Winter League in Columbia, South America