Player of the year
--- Jennifer Learmonth, Central York: Learmonth overcame an injury to her right wrist to cap an outstanding high school career as a four-time all-star and a two-time player of the year.
The Panthers' No. 1 player didn't lose a set in league play while compiling an 8-0 record and helping her team break Dallastown's seven-year hold on the crown. She lost only three games in five matches while storming to a second straight YAIAA Class AAA championShip. Learmonth finished the season by reaching the semifinals of the District 3 Class AAA tournament.
--- Emily Kuhn, Central York: The freshman stepped smoothly into the Panthers' starting lineup at the No. 2 position. Kuhn earned the No. 4 seed in the YAIAA Class AAA tournament and upset No. 2 seed Natalie Greenholt, 6-2, 6-4, in the semifinals.
--- Maggie Golden, Central York: Golden, a two-time doubles all-star, earned her first singles honors this season. The senior's tenacity and willingness to chase down any ball made her a key part of the Panthers' title run at No. 3 singles.
--- Natalie Greenholt, South Western: The senior posted a 15-2 singles record while earning all-star honors for the third straight season and leading South Western to a 7-1 league record and a second-place finish in Division I. Greenholt won in both singles and doubles in a 4-3 decision over Dallastown on Sept. 21, ending the Wildcats' 55-match league winning streak.
She went on to place third in the YAIAA Class AAA tournament.
--- Tori Davis, Dallastown: The sophomore made her mark in the postseason, eliminating No. 5 seed Alex Meyer of West York, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4, in the second round of the league Class AAA tournament.
--- Molly Norton, Dallastown: The junior lost only one league match at No. 2 singles, earning the No. 8 seed in the league's Class AAA tournament and finishing sixth.
--- Learmonth-Golden, Central York: The Panthers' top doubles team repeated as YAIAA Class AAA champions, losing only four games in four matches. The duo earned the No. 2 seed in the District 3 tournament and qualified for states with a third-place finish.
--- Kuhn-Renee Wilson, Central York: The freshman and the senior proved an effective pairing, upsetting No. 2 seeds Natalie Greenholt and Alli Meyer of South Western in the YAIAA Class AAA semifinals. Kuhn and Wilson qualified for district play.
Coach of the Year:
--- David Meanor, Central York: Meanor made sure that his senior-laden lineup took advantage of opportunity, guiding the program to its first Division I title and first crown of any kind since winning the league championship in 1988. The Panthers' depth resulted in an 11-2 record, a third-place finish in the District 3 team competition and a berth in the PIAA tournament.
-- Mark Paules