Morgan Pfaff, Red Lion: This season makes three straight Division I Girls' Swimmer of the Year awards for the Lions senior, who will take an incredible resume to the pool at Rutgers University next season.
Pfaff not only broke two of her YAIAA records in gold-medal swims at the league meet, but she set a District 3 Class AAA mark in winning the 100 backstroke (55.30) and added a district gold in the 200 individual medley.
She closed her brilliant career with a silver medal in the backstroke and bronze in the IM at the PIAA championships.
Jade Arganbright, Central York: She capped a terrific junior season with a pair of silver medals (100 free, 100 back) at the YAIAA meet. At districts, the repeat all-star scored an eighth-place medal in the back and was 10th in the 50 free.
Alyssa Bixler, Dallastown: The sophomore's first YAIAA season was a great one as Bixler won gold medals in both the league's 200 and 100 freestyles. At districts, she was fifth in the 100 and sixth in the 50 free. Bixler won a seventh-place medal in the 100 free at states.
Alexis Cable, Spring Grove: The sophomore had a pair of solid swims at the YAIAA meet with her eighth-place medal in the 50 free and 12th-place showing in the 100 free. She continues to be a valuable cog for the rebuilding Rockets.
Teresa Casolo, Dallastown: The senior was solid on Dallastown's 400 free relay, which placed seventh at districts, as well as the Wildcats' YAIAA 200 free-relay championship team. The two-time all-star won silver in the 500 free at the YAIAA meet.
Julia Gilchrist, South Western: The senior keyed a Mustangs squad that finished with a 7-3 record. She won a sixth-place medal with her 50 free swim at the YAIAA meet.
Emily Gross, Red Lion: Because of the other four Lion all-stars, the senior might have been overlooked. However, she was plenty good in her own right, finishing seventh in the 50 free and 10th in the 100 free at the YAIAA championships.
Jesse North, Red Lion: She took second in the YAIAA 100 butterfly and won an eighth-place medal at the district meet. The junior's first high school swim season found her on the District 3 AAA bronze medal-winning 400 free relay team.
Megan Rutter, Central York: Rutter finally reached the PIAA diving championships as a senior this season after finishing third at the District 3 competition, a great step up from her fourth spot at the league meet.
Courtney Schaefer, Red Lion: The versatile freshman was second in the league and won a fifth-place medal in the 200 IM at the district meet. She was fourth in the YAIAA in the 100 free, plus was on the YAIAA record-setting 200 medley relay team.
Alison Sell, South Western: Sell had a solid rookie campaign, which included a bronze medal in the 100 breaststroke at the YAIAA championships. She became an important part of South Western's relays.
Emily Smeltzer, Red Lion: The four-time all-star senior finished her career by winning the YAIAA 50 free championships (fourth in 100 fly) and by swimming in the 400 free relay consolations at the state meet.
Erica Wise, Dallastown: Only a freshman, the younger Wise nabbed a silver medal in the 50 free at the YAIAA championships and was on the Wildcats' district medal-winning 400 free relay.
Jade Wise, Dallastown: Having garnered attention for her swims on the talented Wildcats relays, the senior made her presence known in the 100 breaststroke when she won a silver medal at the league meet.
Alison Bieber, Central York, Elizabeth Rothrock, Dallastown,
COACH OF THE YEAR
Dave Wiest, Red Lion: Wiest drew up the lineup that helped the Lions improve from 2-6 overall, 1-4 league in 2010-11 to 5-3, 4-1 this season, which was good for second in Division I.
In only his second season at the Red Lion helm, Wiest saw his swimmers earn multiple medals at the league and district meets to go along with Pfaff, North, Schaefer and Smeltzer's incredible PIAA performances.