BOYS' GOLFER OF THE YEAR
Andrew Geesey, Dallastown: For the second straight season, Geesey carded the division's lowest average in league tournaments with a 76.
A varsity starter all four years, Geesey helped lead the Wildcats to YAIAA Division I title this season and as a sophomore in 2009.
He also was medalist during league matches at South Hills (70), Pleasant Valley (78) and The Bridges (74).
GIRLS' GOLFER OF THE YEAR
Jessica Weaver, South Western: Weaver was the YAIAA girls' individual champion, shooting an 80 at Briarwood West. That effort earned her a spot in the District 3 tournament.
The Mustangs standout finished the season with an 88.8 scoring average.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Brooke Shoffner, Dallastown: The Wildcats avenged dropping the YAIAA Division I crown to South Western last season by beating out the Mustangs by 12 points this season.
In bringing home the division title, Shoffner has delivered the school its eighth division championship in the past 10 seasons.
Wes Ashton, South Western:The Mustangs senior had the division's fifth-best average at 81.7.
Ashton qualified for the YAIAA tournament and also advanced to the second day at the District 3 tournament.
Brandon Greenplate, Dallastown: Being a sophomore didn't stop Greenplate from distinguishing himself within the division. The Wildcats golfer carded the division's third-lowest average at 80.
Collin Potter, Central York: Like Greenplate, age wasn't going to get in Potter's way. The Panthers freshman finished with the fourth-lowest average in the division with a mark of 81.2.
Nathan Senft, Spring Grove: The Rockets senior closed out his high school career by having the sixth-best average in the division at 81.7. He also took medalist honors during the Division I match at Hickory Heights with a score of 74.
Brandon Stine, Red Lion: Stine finished with the division's second-lowest average at 78.3. He was a YAIAA and District 3 tournament qualifier, as well.
-- Elijah Armold