PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Katie Wagner, Susquehannock: The Warriors junior recorded 23 wins and captured the YAIAA and District 3 Class AAA titles while becoming a three-time all-star and earning player of the year honors for the first time.
Wagner was overpowering in league play, never losing more than four games in a set while going 8-0 and propelling Susquehannock to the Division I championship. She lost only nine games in five league tournament matches, capturing her second straight title with a 6-0, 6-4 romp over Central York's Emily Kuhn in the final.
Wagner proved herself worthy of the top seed in the district tournament, overcoming a broken string and winning the final three games to defeat Sruthi Kamprath of Wilson, 6-0, 7-5, a performance that resulted in her first state tournament appearance.
--- Emily Kuhn, Central York: The senior capped her career with a fourth straight all-star nod. The Panthers' No. 1 singles player went 9-2 in the regular season and finished as the league runner-up to Wagner. Kuhn earned the No. 2 seed in the District 3 Class AAA tournament for her fourth straight district berth.
--- Emily Westenberger, Dallastown:
--- Mackenzie Bortner, South Western: Bortner earned 11 singles wins for the Mustangs and finished fourth in the YAIAA singles tournament. She qualified for the District 3 championship and picked up her third all-star honor.
--- Adriana Bullaj, Susquehannock: Bullaj was a solid No. 2 for the Warriors in their charge through the Division I field. She finished fifth in the league Class AAA singles tournament.
--- Westenberger-Danielle Lucabaugh, Dallastown: The Wildcats duo held off Susquehannock's top doubles team of Wagner and Bullaj to win the YAIAA Class AAA championship. They earned the No. 2 seed in the District 3 tournament and reached the quarterfinal round.
--- Wagner-Bullaj, Susquehannock: The Warriors' top two singles players teamed up to finish second to Dallastown's Westenberger-Lucabaugh team in the league tournament.
COACH OF THE YEAR
--- Marianne Michels, Susquehannock: The Division II champion Warriors of 2011 had no trouble making the transition to Division I, rolling to their second straight title under Michels' guidance. Susquehannock earned 13 victories, a third-place finish in the District 3 team tournament and a berth in PIAA team competition.
Sarah Rudasill, New Oxford
-- Mark Paules and Jessica Sprenkle