Chance Marsteller, Kennard-Dale, 160 pounds: The dynamic sophomore continued to show the state just how good he is with another undefeated season and a PIAA championship. Rated No. 1 in the country among 160-pounders, Marsteller finished 43-0 and dominated returning state champion Brian Brill of Central Mountain in the championship bout, earning him the media's Outstanding Wrestler award for the state championships.
Logan Feeser, South Western: Feeser won the District 3 Class AAA 106-pound championship, beating fellow all-star Nick Shields in the semifinals. At the state tournament, the Mustang junior went 1-2 to end the year with a 30-7 mark.
Nick Shields, Dallastown: Shields claimed a berth in the PIAA Championships with a third-place finish in the 106-pound weight class at the District 3 Class AAA championships. The freshman finished 33-13 by going 1-2 at states.
Derek Carlisle, Spring Grove: Carlisle was a solid contributor to the Rockets' title run. The 32-9 junior was the runner-up at sectionals in the 113-pound weight class to earn a spot in districts.
Rodney Sunday, Dallastown: Sunday bounced around several of the lightweight spots before entering the postseason, where he settled in at 113. The Wildcat standout won the section title, his second, at that weight as part of a 32-6 sophomore season.
Ross Drawbaugh, Dover: Drawbaugh started for the Eagles for the third straight year. The lightweight went 28-7, earning a silver medal at sectionals for the 126-pound weight class.
Dakota Laughman, Spring Grove: The sophomore 126-pounder won a sectional title -- his first -- in overtime. He finished with a 27-14 record.
Wes Hoover, Dallastown: Hoover turned in a solid season for the Wildcats. His sophomore season featured a final mark of 26-10 and the 132-pound sectional championship.
Mason Bentzel, Spring Grove: Bentzel was the best of the Rockets' sophomores, compiling a 35-5 record in his second varsity season. He finished second in the 138-pound class at sectionals and then reached the District 3 semifinals before ending his season with two straight losses.
Tanner Druck, Dallastown: Druck won his second consecutive sectional championship, defeating fellow all-star Bentzel in the 138-pound final. The 34-5 junior reached the district semifinals but lost two straight matches to fall short of states.
Jeb Payne, Northeastern: Payne was the Bobcats' veteran leader in his third year of varsity action. The junior didn't lose a match in league action and earned the 152-pound sectional title on his way to a 26-5 record.
Tyler Schell, Red Lion: Schell earned a PIAA berth with a 4-0 run, including a pin and a major decision, through the District 3 consolation bracket at 170 pounds. The Lion went 0-2 at states to complete his junior year at 32-8.
Korey Eberly, Red Lion: Eberly turned in an outstanding senior season that included a title at the prestigious Top Hat tournament. The 30-6 senior earned the 182-pound sectional championship and advanced to the semifinals of the district championships before losing twice to state qualifiers.
Jerome Beers, South Western: Beers made the most of his last season in a black-and-white singlet, reaching the 195-pound finals at the Top Hat tournament during the regular season. In the postseason, the Mustang won the 195-pound sectional title with a first-period fall and reached the District 3 championships semifinals. Two tough losses at that point ended his season at 27-5.
Aram Moffitt, South Western: Moffitt, along with Beers, formed the league's first 1-2 punch among the heavyweights. The junior was a silver medalist at the Top Hat tournament then won his first sectional championship at 220 pounds.
Derrick Turner, Northeastern: Turner was one of the great postseason stories. As a first-year wrestler, the Bobcat senior won the Section V crown at 285 with a pin. He then reached the district semifinals before losing two straight matches, one to the eventual champion, ending his lone season in a singlet at 26-4.
Dallastown: Nick Shields, Brooks Morrison (170), Jacob Gemmill (220); Kennard-Dale: Pat Scarbourgh (132); Spring Grove: Alec Zorbaugh (120), Mike Hartman, Spring Grove (145); West York: Garrett Stauffer (152).
COACH OF THE YEAR
Tony Miller, Spring Grove: The veteran Rocket coach led a very young team, loaded with sophomores, to yet another Division I crown and a berth in the District 3 Team Championships. The team also claimed the District 3 Class AAA Section V team title for the fifth consecutive year.