Player of the Year
Nathan Bilbie, Susquehannock: The senior was the Warriors' go-to guy offensively, head coach Brett Maxwell said, and Bilbie responded by notching 15 goals and nine assists.
"Every team we played keyed in on him defensively, and he was still effective in terms of scoring goals and creating for other players," Maxwell said.
Susquehannock finished second in Division II, going 9-2-1. The Warriors topped No. 1-seeded Gettysburg in the District 3 Class AA tournament as they advanced to the semifinal round, where they suffered a heartbreaking double-overtime loss to Oley Valley.
Bilbie notched one of the Warriors' penalty kick scores in a win over Manheim Central in the third-place game of the district tournament.
The two-time all-star was a reliable player for Susquehannock.
"Every game, I went into the game saying I needed to find ways to give Nathan a rest," Maxwell said. "But, every tight game we had, I couldn't find a way to get him off the field."
Coaches of the Year
Dan Klinedinst, West York, and Bryan Stephens, Northeastern
Jon Allen, York Suburban, Sr.
Alex Rebich, Susquehannock, Jr.
Ethan Clark, West York, Sr.
David Brubaker, York Suburban, Sr.
Eddy Rodriguez, West York, Fr
Kyle Bulgarelli, York Suburban, Sr.
Matt Bentz, Northeastern, Sr.
Ryan Chilcoat, Sus, Sr.
Dan Six, Kennard-Dale, Sr.
Max Thomason, Dover, Sr
Kendall Eppley, West York, Sr.
Dover: Robert Maze, So. Eastern York: Liam Eifert, Sr. Kennard-Dale: John Stoltenberg, Sr. Northeastern: Chase Sasala, Jr., Jeremy Weibley, Sr. Susquehannock: Clay Ayres, Jr. West York: Sam Gay, Sr., Darian McCauley, So., Brett Strickler, Jr. York Suburban: Ethan Dean, Jr., Andrei Kin, Jr.
Dover: Koi Xapakdy, Sr. Eastern York: Devon Heiland, Sr., Andrew Wells, Sr. Kennard-Dale: Thomas Lippiard, Jr., Andrew Day, Sr., Jonathan Osborne, So., Eddie Roubal, Sr. Susquehannock: Dan Snyder, Sr. York Suburban: David Wolfe, Sr.
Trey Thomas, Gettysburg
Jon Tarbox, Gettysburg