PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Ethan Hornbarger, Kennard-Dale: At 6-foot-2, the bullish senior was hard to tackle, running over opponents to the tune of 1,334 yards and scored 15 touchdowns.
Hornbarger was also a force at linebacker for the Rams, who made their second straight Class AAA district playoff appearance.
Maxwell Geroux, C, Kennard-Dale: A tough, strong kid, the junior took the reigns at center and became one of the Rams best lineman in a tricky blocking system.
Mike Fredrick, G, Kennard-Dale: Strong as can be, yet athletic and quick off the ball, the senior was a mainstay on the talented Rams' line for years.
Eric Bulgarelli, G, York Suburban: Will be missed after starting on the Trojan O-line for three seasons. The tri-captain was crucial making all the line calls this season.
Brandon Romeo, T, West York: The leader of the line that helped lead the Bulldog offense to 4,461 total yards a staggering 52 touchdowns, an 11-2 record and another deep postseason run.
Zac Moser, T, Kennard-Dale: A repeat first-team all-star, Moser led the team in pancake blocks, while showing his smarts by calling the line plays. The senior also booted extra points and kick-offs.
Alex George, QB, West York: If his 17 passing and seven rushing touchdowns weren't enough to get noticed, his 24-4 career record as a starting quarterback sure is.
Corey Harris, RB, West York: The senior was second in the league with 1,511 yards rushing (6.27 yards per carry) while adding 27 touchdowns. Harris also hauled in 20 passes and two receiving scores.
Cody Waltimyer, RB, York Suburban: The senior finished fifth in the YAIAA with 1,279 yards rushing with 18 touchdowns. He departs Suburban as the school's all-time leading rusher with 3,276 career yards.
Dan Gay, WR, West York: His 47 catches and 620 receiving yards were both third in the YAIAA. The senior had six receiving touchdowns and his scored on his only run of the season, from 43 yards out.
Matt Koontz, WR, Littlestown: It's rare to have a 1,000-yard receiver in high school football, but the incredible Bolts' senior made 51 catches for league-highs in yards with 1,040 and touchdowns with 13.
James Weger, WR, Susquehannock: While there wasn't a lot of bright spots for the Warriors this season, 30 catches and four touchdowns got the sure-handed Weger plenty of notice around the league.
Nate Kosalek, TE, West York: Only caught one pass as a tight end, but the senior's blocking was good enough to earn all-star status in one of the league's most potent offenses.
Cory Bair, K, Northeastern: A definite weapon for the Bobcats, the senior converted 19-of-20 point after attempts, was five-of-six in field goals and put eight kickoffs inside the opponent's 10-yard line.
Zac Moser, DT, Kennard-Dale: The Rams emotional leader on defense posted 31 tackles, which included five sacks. The senior also recovered three fumbles this season.
Brandon Romeo, DT, West York: The senior had a hand in 56 tackles this season, including a pair of sacks and pounced on a fumble.
Kyle Kinard, DE, West York: It was tough to run against Kinard, as his 71 tackles -- 37 solo -- indicates. The senior also had a fumble recovery to go along with six sacks.
Osaji Obi, DE, Susquehannock: A tenacious hitter, the senior was a bright spot on the defensive line in a tough season for the Warriors.
Shane Soloman, OLB, Kennard-Dale: Athletic enough to freelance as a rover in the Rams' D, the junior had 36 tackles, three sacks and a fumble recovery, while doing a good job at pass coverage.
Darion Bundy, OLB, West York: A true hitter, the senior had 45 solo tackles, to go along with 21 assists. Bundy also had four sacks, intercepted four passes and had two fumble recoveries.
Jake Richardson, ILB, Eastern York: The tackling machine posted an incredible 80 solo tackles and assisted on 30 others for the improved Golden Knight defense.
Nate Wilkinson, ILB, Kennard-Dale: The three-year starter had an amazing 76 tackles this season, to go along with a fumble recovery and two passes defended. He set the school's career tackling mark with 198.
Dom Kinsler, DB, Northeastern: Five interceptions got the senior noticed this season and teams started to avoid throwing his way. He also made 34 tackles from the secondary.
Kyle Humphries, DB, Kennard-Dale: An athletic cover corner, Humphries had two interceptions, one for a touchdown, and 26 tackles during his senior season.
Dan Gay, DB, West York: The senior's 46 tackles from the safety position is impressive, but 30 solo tackles is amazing. Gay also recovered a fumble this season.
Jordan Knaub, DB, York Suburban: Not only directed his teammates in the secondary, but he also delivered big hits to the tune of 44 tackles and a fumble recovery. The senior also had two interceptions.
Josh Writer, P, Northeastern: Only a sophomore, Writer averaged 35 yards per kick in his 28 punts. He also was successful with five fake punt conversions, many in crucial situations.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Mike Lippy, Littlestown: Under Lippy, the air-attack of Matt Zuber and Matt Koontz took off, leading the Thunderbolts to a share of the Division II title an opening round District 3 Class AA victory.
Lippy's squad, which scored 58 offensive touchdowns this season posted a 10-2 record, including a stunning 47-21 win at Division II power West York.
-- Steve Navaroli