BOYS' GOLFER OF THE YEAR
Brandon Greenplate, Dallastown: A junior and three-time All-Star, Greenplate was the only golfer in Division I to break 80 in all seven league tournaments.
He also led the division with a 76.0 average in league play. After finishing tied for 15th at the District 3 event, Greenplate closed his season with a tie for 16th place at the PIAA tournament.
GIRLS' GOLFER OF THE YEAR
Victoria Ross, Spring Grove: Ross won the YAIAA girls' individual championship this season at Briarwood West. Ross then advanced to the second day of the District 3 tournament before earning a 13th place finish in the Class AAA event.
Evan Johnson, Central York: One of two impressive freshman standouts for the Panthers, Johnson carded the division's fourth-lowest average at 78.3. Johnson was a YAIAA entrant in the postseason.
Gus Minkin, Central York: Minkin, already a solid player as a freshman, carded the division's second-lowest average at 76.3 while helping the Panthers to the Division I crown. Season highlights include earning medalist honors during division events at Hickory Heights (72) and Springwood (77).
Byron Markle, Dallastown: The Wildcats junior produced a 78.7 average for the division runners-up, ranking him fifth in Division I. Markle also advanced to the District 3 tournament in postseason play.
Brandon Stine, Red Lion: A senior, Stine put up the division's third-best average at 76.5 and took medalist honors during league tournaments at Pleasant Valley (71) and a tie for the top spot at The Bridges (77). He would go on to finish fourth at the YAIAA tournament, 16th in District 3 play and make an appearance in the PIAA tournament.
Aaron Gobrecht, South Western: Gobrecht's 80.1 average was good enough for sixth in the division. He was a YAIAA and District 3 participant in postseason play.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Dave DeMarzo, Central York: DeMarzo led a young, but talented, group to the YAIAA Division I championship this season. Powered by a pair of All-Star freshman, DeMarzo's group also won the league's team championship.
-- Elijah Armold