BOYS' GOLFER OF THE YEAR
Isaiah Logue, Fairfield: In just his sophomore season, Logue has already solidified his place among the area's best golfers.
He scored a 16th-place finish at the PIAA championships and was the runner-up at the District 3 tournament held at Briarwood West with a two-day score of 141.
His 72 at Honey Run helped Fairfield slam the door on the school's first YAIAA Division III championship.
GIRLS' GOLFER OF THE YEAR
Rebecca Ream, York County Tech: Ream, who attends York Country Day but participates as a Spartan through a co-op between the schools, finished third at the YAIAA individual tournament this season.
She carded a 91 average, which included her best score of 85, shot at Range End.
Ream also qualified for the District 3 championships this year.
COACH OF THE YEAR
John Ridge, Fairfield: The Green Knights distanced themselves from the competition this season in Division III.
Fairfield's nearest competitor, York Catholic, finished 33 points behind the Knights' 123 team points.
Ridge oversaw a squad that brought home the school's first division golf title and produced PIAA qualifiers, such as Isaiah Logue and Adam Poulson.
Matt Daryman, York Catholic: Daryman, a two-time captain for the Irish, finished the season with an average of 74.
Dalton Deardorff, Delone Catholic: The Squires senior used a solid effort this season to find a spot in the District 3 tournament.
However, his first-day score (82) left him just shy of qualifying for a spot in the PIAA tournament.
Adam Poulson, Fairfield: The Fairfield senior tied with York Catholic's Matt Daryman for the division's best average at 74.4.
Poulson was a YAIAA tournament qualifier, who finished tied for fourth place in the District 3 tourney and earned a spot in the PIAA Southeast Regional tournament for the first time.
Matt Unger, Littlestown: Unger finished the season with an average tournament score of 80. Unger's lowest score of the season was a 75 during the regular-season finale at Honey Run.
-- Elijah Armold