YAIAA Division I

Wrestler of the Year

Chance Marsteller, 170, Sr., Kennard-Dale: The senior won his fourth straight PIAA Class AAA wrestling championship, capping an undefeated varsity career in which he earned 166 victories. Marsteller beat Pittsburgh Central Catholic's Kyle Coniker, 14-2, for the 170-pound title. He became the 11th four-time state champion in Pennsylvania history and just the fifth undefeated four-time state champion. One of the greatest high school wrestlers in Pennsylvania history, Marsteller will continue his career at Oklahoma City.

Coach of the Year

Tony Miller, Spring Grove

First team

Zurich Storm, 106, Fr., New Oxford

Michael Bracey, 113, So., Kennard-Dale

Dylan Chatterton, 113, So., Central York

Derek Wilson, 113, So., South Western

Zach Clingan, 120, Sr., Spring Grove

Owen Wherley, 120, So., South Western

Rodney Sunday, 126, Sr., Dallastown

Dakota Laughman, 132, Sr., Spring Grove

Nick Shields, 132, Jr., Dallastown

Wes Hoover, 138, Sr., Dallastown

Michael Hartman, 145, Sr., Spring Grove

Mason Bentzel, 152, Sr., Spring Grove

Kyle Narber, 170, Sr., West York

Charlie Hoffman, 182, Sr., New Oxford:

Logan Bowman, 195, Sr., South Western

Seth Janney, 220, Fr., South Western

Honorable mention


Logan Ambrose, Dover; Trey Baker, South Western; Sam Butler, Central York; Anthony Leese, Northeastern; Brandon Rodriguez, Dover; Patrick Scarborough, Kennard-Dale; Garrett Stauffer, West York; Hunter Sterner, Spring Grove.

Mid-Penn selections

First team

Scott Six, Gettysburg

Jake Sharrah, Gettysburg

Honorable mention

Josh Boehner, Giovani Alvarado, Gettysburg


Clingan was a district champion and sectional champ. He cracked the century club and broke the school's all-time win record, finishing 147-24 for his career. ... Bentzel is a two-time state medalist, two-time district runner-up and sectional champ with a career record of 139-28. ... Narber went 27-7 this year, improving his career record to 91-48. The three-time district qualifier and 2014 sectional runner-up this season will wrestle at Millersville University next season. ... Bowman, a Top Hat champion and sectional champion, was injured in the sectional tournament and opted to pull out of the district tournament and end his season to rehab his shoulder. He will play football at East Stroudsburg University next season.

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