PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Brett Campbell, West York: Campbell could not have asked for a better closing to his high school career. He broke several West York receiving records this season with his 56 catches for 1,061 yards.
As if averaging nearly 100 yards receiving per game wasn't enough, Campbell's 13 touchdown catches put him among the top receivers in the state.
His campaign got off to a great start when he caught six passes for 190 yards and three TDs in the Bulldogs' opening week win against Central York.
Kaden Hepler, West York, QB: The junior took over the reigns, and the Bulldogs' offense kept right on going. Hepler completed 102 passes in 184 attempts, with 17 of those going for touchdowns.
Aaron Greene, Northeastern, RB: Greene finished his Bobcat career in style by running for 1,127 yards and 12 touchdowns. He also caught 13 passes for 105 yards and another score.
Tanner Link, Dover, RB: The speedy junior ran up and down the field to the tune of 1,332 yards and 18 touchdowns. He scored 116 points for the much-improved Eagles.
Zach Trone, West York, RB: Despite playing in only eight of West York's 11 games, the senior topped the 1,000-yard plateau with 1,059 (132 yards per game) in 182 carries and 15 touchdowns.
Eric Steadman, Northeastern, WR: The athletic Steadman led the Bobcats receivers with 22 catches and 325 yards. The junior also had three touchdown grabs.
James Weger, Susquehannock, WR: With the Warriors in rebuilding mode, the senior was overlooked at times, but Weger still managed to make 29 catches for 449 yards and three scores.
Josh Firestone, Dover, TE: Three of the senior's five receptions went for touchdowns, but what really got Firestone noticed was his blocking, which helped Dover gain nearly 3,000 yards on the ground.
Chad Reed, Dover, OT: At 6-foot-5, 310 pounds, the junior was huge -- figuratively and literally -- for the resurgent Eagles this season.
Isaiah Wallace, West York, OT: A blocking stalwart, the senior was key for the West York offense, which amassed more than 3,600 yards of total offense.
Brandon Lutz, Dover, OG: The senior did his job up front well this season, helping Link get his 1,300-plus-yard campaign and Dover to a 6-5 record.
Clark Patton, West York, OG: The senior guard opened holes for the offense, helping West York win its fourth straight YAIAA Division II championship.
Brody Kern, West York, C: Only a sophomore, the 6-foot-2, 255-pound center got the dangerous Bulldogs offense in motion with clean snaps between he and first-year starting quarterback Kaden Hepler.
Chris Hoover, Dover, K: With 38 extra points and two field goals, Hoover had 44 points for the Eagles this season. The senior chipped in for the defense with 10 kickoffs for touchbacks.
Brandon Mitchell, Kennard-Dale, DE: The senior had 43 tackles and two sacks. He also forced a fumble and recovered another one, which he returned 25 yards.
Isaiah Wallace, West York, DE: His 32 tackles and 11/2 sacks were important, but the senior also helped control the Bulldogs' defensive line that allowed only 148 points in 11 games.
Gage Bunner, New Oxford, DT: The junior lineman posted some sound numbers for the Colonials' defense, including 34 tackles, three sacks, three fumble recoveries and forced a pair of turnovers.
Max Geroux, Kennard-Dale, DT: The physical senior had 57 solo tackles, 61 overall -- plus posted a pair of sacks -- to go along with a trio of forced fumbles and three recoveries.
Chantz Ilgenfritz, West York, OLB: The senior's 56 tackles (22 solo) were fourth on the Bulldogs. He also added a fumble recovery for the division champs.
Shane Solomon, Kennard-Dale, OLB: He recorded a team-high 75 tackles with 72 solo efforts and a sack. The senior also had a fumble caused and recovered, plus an interception this season.
Mike LoPresti, Dover, ILB: The junior defensive machine averaged an amazing 12 tackles per game after posting a team-high 132 stops in 11 games. He also posted a sack and recovered a fumble this season.
Austin Whitehead, West York, ILB: The inside linebacker was second on the team with 80 tackles, including 39 solo stops. The senior posted a sack, two fumble recoveries and blocked a kick.
Connor Snyder, Dover, DB: Snyder roamed the Dover defensive backfield and made 55 tackles. The junior also defended seven passes and picked off opposing quarterbacks twice.
Jeremy Stauffer, West York, DB: The junior intercepted four passes to go along with his 32 tackles -- 26 solo -- for the West York unit that was plus-13 in turnover margin.
Jerrin Toomey, West York, DB: Toomey had quite a junior campaign, leading the Bulldogs' defense in total tackles with 94, solo stops with 49 and interceptions with five.
Pat Trott, Kennard-Dale, DB: Trott picked off a team-high four passes and returned one of them 100 yards for a touchdown. The senior added 47 tackles (46 solo) to his numbers.
Josh Writer, Northeastern, DB: The junior was second on the Bobcats with 61 tackles -- 25 of which were solos. He also had two interceptions and broke up five passes.
Josh Writer, Northeastern, P: The strong-footed junior averaged 43.5 yards per punt, which included a season-long 58-yard effort and 11 punts inside the 20.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Ron Miller, West York: It's becoming an annual award for Miller, whose Bulldogs won their fourth straight YAIAA Division II title, and finished 8-3 on the season.
Every year West York graduates key players, only to have Miller find the replacement parts and push all the right buttons on the machine.
-- Steve Navaroli