Zamber fired the low score for any Wyoming Valley Conference Class 3A female at the District 2 Tournament to qualify for the regional tournament for the first time. She played her best golf at the end of the season taking fifth at the WVC Pre-District event to advance to districts. Playing alongside boys this season, she helped the Tigers claim the WVC Division 1 title.
Sophomore, MMI Prep
McClellan shot the lowest score of any WVC girl at the Pre-District tournament with an 83 to advance to districts for the first time, where she was runner-up to move on to regionals.
Keyes had one heck of a regular season before coming up short in the postseason. He won the Tryba Preseason event, was second at the Pre-District Class 3A Tournament and even shot a 5-under par 30 at Wilkes-Barre Golf Club during the regular season. The 2015 Times Leader Golfer of the Year, finished his career with a ninth-place showing at districts.
He picked up his first high school tournament victory when he claimed the championship at the WVC Class 3A Pre-District tourney after taking runner-up at the Tryba Preseason Tournament. His solid shooting all year helped the Comets share the WVC Division 2 title with Dallas with a 9-1 record.
A two-time WVC Class 2A Pre-district titlist, Motovidlak capped his brilliant career as a four-time District 2 qualifier. He also grabbed several medals for the Black Knights as they claimed the Division 4 title with a mark of 11-1. To start the season, he placed fifth at the Preseason Tryba event.
Senior, Wyoming Seminary
He helped the Blue Knights claim their second straight WVC Class 2A team title over Lake-Lehman when he made a birdie on hole No. 15 to secure the one-point win. A key cog for the team, which won the WVC Division 3 title with a 10-1 record, he also placed seventh at the Tryba Preseason Tournament, while advancing to the District 2 Class 2A Tournament.
Coach of the Year, Dallas
In just her second year as head coach replacing the legacy of her late father, Tom Kilduff, Jane led the Mountaineers to the WVC Division 2, Class 3A title with a 9-1 record, while also piloting the squad to team wins at the Tryba Preseason Tournament, the WVC Class 3A title and a runner-up finish for the District 2 Class 3A team title. In addition to the team accomplishments, she coached Dallas’ first individual district champion in at least 25 years when Mason Gattuso claimed the gold.