Two York County football players have been selected to participate in the Pennsylvania State Football Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game.

Dallastown wideout/defensive back Malik Lewis has been selected to play for the East team, while York Catholic lineman Ben Smith was picked to play for the West team.

In addition, Littlestown head coach Mike Lippy will serve as an assistant coach for the West team.

The game is set for 2 p.m. Sunday, May 4, but no venue for the game has been selected yet.

The 5-foot, 10-inch Lewis was a York-Adams League Division I First Team All-Star selection at wideout and defensive back. As a wideout, Lewis hauled in 52 passes for 834 yards and 10 touchdowns. He averaged 16 yards per catch. As a defensive back, he had 33 tackles and four interceptions. He helped Dallastown finish 10-3 overall, including a pair of District 3-AAAA playoff wins.

The 6-2, 250-pound Smith was a York-Adams League Division III First Team All-Star selection at guard and a second-team pick on the defensive line. Defensively he had 58 tackles, including 43 solo tackles and two sacks. Offensively, he helped York Catholic averaged nearly 27 points per game. The Irish finished 8-4 overall and earned a District 3-A playoff victory.

Lippy led Littlestown to a 12-1 season, including the York-Adams Division III championship and two District 3-AA playoff victories.

Previously, Spring Grove's David Shaw was selected to the Pennsylvania team in the 56th Big 33 Classic against an all-star team from Maryland. That game is 7 p.m. Saturday, June 15, at Hersheypark Stadium.


Only Pennsylvania players who were not selected to participate in the Big 33 contest were eligible to be picked for the East-West game.