--- Casey Bird, sr., Delone Catholic: Bird had one of the biggest feel-good moments of the year. He qualified for the second day of the District 3 tournament for the first time. He shot a two day total of 160 and barely missed the cut for regionals. Bird led a Delone team that won the YAIAA III title by 12 points over York Catholic.
   --- Aaron Gobrecht sr., South Western: Gobrecht was a model of consistency. He averaged 80.2 and never shot above an 84. He shot 80 or fewer six times and qualified for the district tournament, where he missed the cut for the final round by one stroke.
   --- Isaiah Logue, jr., Fairfield: Logue won nearly every tournament he played. In the opening YAIAA III tournament at Mountain View Golf Course, Logue shot a season-low 65. He cruised through the division, winning five of the six tournaments. He captured the District 3 Class AA title with a two-day total of 141 and, despite struggling at the PIAA East Regional with an 80, he put together an incredible two-day total of 145 at states to earn the PIAA Class AA title. He had a season average of 71.8..
   --- Victoria Ross, soph., Spring Grove: Ross was one of the top golfers in the Hanover area, and is only a sophomore. She won the YAIAA girls' individual championship by shooting an 82 at Briarwood West Golf Course.


Her 82 was a 12-stroke improvement from her freshman year in the same event.
   --- Drew Taylor, sr., Bermudian Springs: The two-time All-Area first-team selection led the way all year for Bermudian. He shot an average score of 75. A seventh-place finish at the YAIAA Championships earned Taylor a trip to the District 3 tournament. He rebounded after a rough first day, but just missed the cut for regionals.
   --- Owen Groft, jr., New Oxford
   --- Michael Gruver, soph., New Oxford
   --- Ross Hockenberry, jr., Delone Catholic
   --- James Rupp, jr., Delone Catholic
   --- Zach Swanner, sr., South Western