FIRST TEAM
   --- Ian Brown, Fr., Hanover: Brown burst onto the scene as a talented freshman whose confidence -- and skills -- grew as the season wore on. Brown finished with a 41-5 record and finished fourth in the PIAA tournament in Class AA at 103 pounds. He was often the sparkplug for the Hawks in a bounce-back season as he won 25 dual-meet bouts and lost just once.
   --- Jordan Conaway, Sr., New Oxford: In the span of just a few months, Conaway became the Colonials' all-time wins leader and won the Class AAA state championship at 112. Conaway will attend Penn State University.
   --- Tanner Coyle, Sr., Bermudian Springs: Coyle was a team captain for the vaunted Eagles and played a large part in that program's success over the past four years. A gifted technician, Coyle won sectional gold and advanced to the regional tournament in his senior season. He went 35-5 this year, including a sparkling 24-2 record in duals.
   --- Trey Duncan, Sr., Spring Grove: Duncan has been wrestling solidly for a long time for the Rockets. This year, he capped a stellar career by finishing sixth in the Class AAA state tournament at 145. In addition, Duncan also won the 145-pound title at the Penn Manor Holiday Tournament and won district gold at Hershey, too.
   --- Brad Farley, Jr., Bermudian Springs: Farley finished his junior season at a new weight with his second state tournament medal. Before he finished eighth in the state at 112 pounds, Farley won another sectional championship and his first district title. His record of 40-5 included an undefeated 26-0 dual-meet record and 20 pins.
   --- Tyler Fitzkee, Jr., Bermudian Springs: Fitzkee made strides in his junior campaign, advancing to the Class AA state tournament for the first time. He was an anchor for the Eagles at the higher weights as he went undefeated in duals with a 26-0 record and finished with an overall record of 40-6. He'll look to build on his success next season.
   --- Kyle Flohr, Sr., Fairfield: Flohr will graduate from Fairfield as the wrestling program's all-time wins leader and only 100-plus match winner. The laid-back Flohr set the standard for all Green Knight wrestlers to follow with a stellar career. In his senior season, Flohr won a sectional championship and advanced to the PIAA Class AA Southeast Region tournament. He finished the year with a 34-6 record.
   --- Laike Gardner, Jr., Biglerville: Gardner was unbeatable for much of the season. He went 3-for-3 in postseason tournaments -- winning first places at sectionals, districts and regionals at 130 pounds -- before becoming the state runner-up at 130. His 43 wins this season were the most of any Hanover-area wrestler as he set the standard for all of Class AA.
   --- Neal Grudi, Sr., Spring Grove: A naturally gifted athlete, Grudi saw his high school wrestling career come to a close with a second-place finish in Class AAA at states. For much of the season, Grudi looked like a man among boys at multiple weights. He won a sectional championship and a district title and finished with a 34-5 record. He was also 19-2 in dual-meet action for the Rockets.
   --- Joshua Ruppert, Sr., Delone Catholic: Ruppert has always been a tough matchup for opponents because of his funky style. It was no different this year as Ruppert went 31-6. Despite not having a huge workload in the regular season, Ruppert didn't miss a beat in the postseason. He earned his best finish at states in his career -- seventh place at 130. He's headed to Millersville University to wrestle.
   --- Tristan Sponseller, Fr., Bermudian Springs: Rather than a young freshman, Sponseller looked like a wily veteran for much of the season. He won Class AA district and regional championships at 152 before making a quck exit from the state tournament. Odds are he'll be back.
   --- Cameron Throckmorton, Sr., South Western: Throckmorton completed his terrific high school career with a 36-2 record and advanced to the Class AAA state tournament for the fourth straight season. Throckmorton was as dangerous as ever on the mats this season. He was responsible for earning the Mustangs 106 team points in dual meets and awon a district championship. He'll be headed to North Carolina, where he will don a Tar Heel singlet in the fall.
   --- Matt Wolf, Sr., Bermudian Springs: Wolf went unbeaten in the regular season and was an unavoidable talent for teams facing the Eagles. He was 26-0 in duals with 16 pins. Wolf won the Carlisle Holiday Tournament, the Dallastown Round-Robin and a sectional championship. A team captain, Wolf finished his senior year with a 42-4 record.
   --- Derek Wolford, Jr., Hanover: Wolford will bring his physical style back to Hanover for his senior season. This year, he made strides individually. He finished sixth in the state at 171 and compiled a 40-7 record. Wolford was one of the Nighthawks' most valuable athletes as he lost just one dual-meet bout all season.

SECOND TEAM
   --- Kyle Bobo, Sr., Biglerville
   --- Andrew Brehm, Sr., New Oxford
   --- Zach Clingan, Fr., Spring Grove
   --- Kyle Dayhoff, Sr., New Oxford
   --- Jesse Gardner, Sr., Biglerville
   --- Max Good, Fr., South Western
   --- Zach Hartzell, Sr., Gettysburg
   --- Trevor Hernandez, Jr., Biglerville
   --- Clay Kocsis, Jr., Fairfield
   --- Steven Laughman, Sr., Hanover
   --- Nick Leiphart, Sr., Biglerville
   --- Ted Marines, Fr., Bermudian Springs
   --- Zach Martin, Sr., Hanover
   --- Tanner Mitz, Sr., Littlestown