Bermudian Springs had never won a boys' basketball championship of any kind before this season. By season's end, the Eagles had a YAIAA Division III championship.
Bermudian dominated league play in Divisions III and IV and finished the schedule 14-0. The performance lead to senior guard Neil Murren being voted the Player of the Year and Tom Flaherty Coach of the Year by YAIAA coaches.
Murren averaged a team-best 14.8 points per game for an Eagles team that lacked height but made up for it with an unforgiving defense and cunning offense. They made few mistakes and were the only YAIAA team to shoot better than 70 percent from the free-throw line.
Before the YAIAA tournament, Bermudian suffered just one loss — and made up for it by handing Boiling Springs a decisive loss in their rematch at Giant Center during districts.
Eagles guard Austin Hartzell also received All-YAIAA honors on the second team. The first team included Hanover senior guard Nick Trish, Delone Catholic junior Devon Moore, Susquehannock senior Dan Ferraro and Hanover junior Dylan Krieger.
Trish and Krieger helped the Nighthawks win Division IV and advance to the District 3 Class AA final with an inside-outside presence. Trish's 17.5 points per game was among the league's best. Moore (19.0 points) and Ferraro (18.7 points) were some of the few who scored more.
YAIAA Divisions III and IV
Player of the Year: Neil Murren, Bermudian Springs
Nick Trish, Hanover
Devon Moore, Delone Catholic
Dan Ferraro, Susquehannock
Dylan Krieger, Hanover
CJ Boxley, York Suburban
Matt McKim, York Catholic
Broguen Nicholas, Eastern York
Zack Sheets, Biglerville
Austin Hartzell, Bermudian Springs
Coach of the Year
Tom Flaherty, Bermudian Springs
Bermudian Springs: Alex Orwig, Alex Huntington; Delone Catholic: Andrew Austin; Eastern York: Grum Kebede; Hanover: Jacob Rhodes, Kyle Krout; Littlestown: Brady Topper; York Catholic: Paul Martello, Erich Hartman; York County Tech: Donte Grim, Michael Lynch; York Suburban: PJ McClane, Manny McDowell, Malique Wise.