Morgan Pfaff, Red Lion: The junior won two medals at the PIAA Class AAA championships, including a bronze in the 200 individual medley, followed the next day by a terrific swim for an eighth-place finish in the 100 backstroke.
Two weeks before that performance, Pfaff earned a silver in the IM at districts and a fifth-place medal in the back.
At one point during the YAIAA dual-meet season, the two-time swimmer of the year had the top winning times in five events.
Jade Arganbright, Central York: Only a sophomore, Arganbright captured the YAIAA championship in the 50 free and was second in the 100. She finished in the top 10 at the District 3 meet, finishing ninth in the 50 -- 11th in the 100.
Alison Bieber, Central York The junior qualified for districts in two events, the 200 and 500 freestyles and was an integral part on Panther relays.
Whitney Boeckel, Spring Grove: The senior was third in the YAIAA 100 backstroke and fifth in the 500 free, reaching the district meet in both.
Charity Brain, South Western: She was a consistent performer for the upstart Mustangs. The junior earned a silver medal in the 100 back and fifth-place hardware in the IM at the YAIAA meet.
Teresa Casolo, Dallastown: She was a member of the
Nicole Craver, Spring Grove: The four-year Rocket swimmer capped her best season by taking third in both the IM and breaststroke at the YAIAA meet, before closing her career at districts in the IM.
Jen Flinchbaugh, Dallastown: The four-time all-star switched to sprint events this season, but remained a standout, winning the league's 200 free crown and finishing fourth in the 100 free.
Julianna Fritzinger, Red Lion: The YAIAA breaststroke champ earned her second straight all-star nod following a terrific junior season. She also earned a silver in the IM at the league meet and swam both events in districts.
Julia Gilchrist, South Western: She led the Mustangs in points and finished fifth in the 50 free at YAIAA meet. She also was on three district qualifying relay teams.
Laura Miller, Dallastown: Another four-year District 3 qualifier, Miller was seventh in the league's 500 free, while swimming on three relay teams, one of which won an eighth-place medal at districts.
Shelley O'Conor, Dallastown: The senior scored big points as a key part of the team that won its seventh straight YAIAA title. The two-time winner also was on the Wildcats' talented 200 free relay.
Megan Rutter, Central York: Because of a health condition, the two-time all-star junior likely finished up her diving career, but did so in style by placing second at the YAIAA championship and seventh at districts.
Emily Smeltzer, Red Lion: She became a three-time all-star after winning two medals (silver in 100 fly and bronze in the 50 free) at the YAIAA meet.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Rich Howley, Dallastown: It's hard to look elsewhere for this award than Howley, whose girls' team earned its seventh straight YAIAA title and ninth in 10 seasons.
The veteran coach always seems to put the right lineup together, taking advantage of the Wildcats' depth and versatility.