WRESTLER OF THE YEAR
Jordan Conaway, New Oxford: When Conaway steps on the mats next season to start his senior year, he will already be one of the most successful grapplers in school history.
Conaway had a 43-2 record his junior year in a season that saw him win the Phillipsburg and Conestoga Valley tournaments at 112 pounds.
He then shifted to 103 pounds to claim the Osceola and Top Gun Tournament titles. He also finished second at the New Oxford tournament at 103. Conaway continued his domination at 103 by winning a Section 5 crown, as well as District 3 and South Central Regional gold.
Conaway completed the year with a third-place finish at the PIAA championships. He is the first wrestler in program history to reach 100 wins in his junior year.
Cameron Throckmorton, South Western: Throckmorton's first victory of his upcoming senior season will be a milestone for one of the most successful wrestlers in Mustang history.
That first win will be No. 100 for his career. It will most likely come in early in Williamsport at the Top Hat tournament; a competition where Throckmorton finished second this season.
Wrestling at 125 pounds, Throckmorton was a sectional champ, as well as a District 3 champion. He finished fifth at the PIAA
Dylan Nguyen, Red Lion: Nguyen capped an impressive 36-8 senior campaign by winning the District 3 championship at 119 pounds.
Nguyen was also the Section V, Top Hat tournament and Crestwood Invitational champion as well. He placed eighth in the PIAA championships.
Phil Sprenkle, Dallastown: Wrestling at 189 pounds, the Wildcat junior was hard to beat as he compiled a 38-6 record on the year.
Sprenkle won his second sectional championship this season. He was also the runner-up at the District 3 championships and finished fourth in the PIAA championships.
Billy Randt, West York: Randt had quite the successful year at 145 pounds for the Bulldogs.
With a 28-7 record, Randt claimed the Carlisle and Elizabethtown tournaments and sectional championships. He was a runner-up in the District 3 championships and finished second at the Governor Mifflin tournament.
He closed out the year by finishing sixth at the PIAA championships.
Matt Newman, Central York: The Panthers' junior was dominant at the 140-pound weight class, compiling a record of 21-4.
After finishing second in the A.I. DuPont classic in Delaware back in December, Newman didn't lose until the District 3 championship bout.
Newman was also the sectional champion at 140 pounds, and his district silver also earned him a spot at states.
Logen Wisner, Spring Grove: Wisner had a successful junior year that saw him post a 40-8 record for the YAIAA Division I champs.
At 160 pounds, he captured a Section V championship, Penn Manor tournament title and also earned silver at the District 3 championships.
Zach Freet, Susquehannock: The senior completed his Warrior career with a 32-6 mark.
Wrestling at the heavyweight (285) class, Freet was a sectional champion as well as champion of the Gettysburg Invitational.
Drew Rebling, South Western: Rebling's versatility and team-first attitude earned him high praise from coach Greg Sprenkle.
A senior captain, Rebling wrestled in early-season and postseason tournaments at 135 pounds. But for the sake of his team -- and without complaint -- Rebling wrestled between 140 and 145 pounds during YAIAA competition.
Rebling had a successful postseason, winning his third career sectional championship. He also advanced to the District 3 semifinals.
Tyler Hoover, Dallastown: Hoover completes his high school career as a two-time sectional champion.
In his senior season, he went 33-4 at the 171-pound weight class.
Hoover made a decent post-season run, claiming fourth place at the District 3 championships.
Neal Grudi, Spring Grove: The junior built some momentum for his final season with the Division I champion Rockets.
Grudi wrestled at 189 pounds with a 38-9 record on the year and was a Penn Manor Tournament champion and Section V runner-up.
Dave Quackenbos, Red Lion: The Lions' junior finished the year with a 34-8 record and a pair of championships.
Quackenbos was the Section V champion as well as the Crestwood Invitational champ.
Splitting time between the 189- and 215-pound weight classes, he closed out his Red Lion career with a fourth-place finish at districts.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Tony Miller, Spring Grove: The Rockets achieved new heights as a team this year.
When they scored a runner-up finish at this year's Class AAA District 3 team championships, they also earned the first PIAA team tournament berth in school history.
The Rockets were ousted in their first-round contest at states, but there was little to be sad about in a season that saw Spring Grove go 20-2.
-- Elijah Armold
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