Connor Flach, Centennial. The Eagles' senior got his season started on the right note, scoring 27 points or better in his first three regular season matches, and never slowed down. He ended up scoring a season-high 28 points against Hammond and finished tied for the county's top scoring average (26.4).

There were no victories during the postseason, but he was also one of only three county golfers to post top six finishes at each of the final three tournaments. He started with a third-place showing at the county tournament (50), followed by taking home sixth at districts (76). Flach then closed his high school career by shooting a two-day total of 139 (3-under par) at states to earn himself a tie for second place. He will play for Loyola University next fall.

Young Lee, Glenelg. A freshman on an experienced Gladiator team, Lee played in only four regular season matches. He made the most of his opportunities, though, as he finished with the county's fourth best scoring average (25.3). He even shot 29 points (2-under par) on one occasion, which went down as the second highest total of the fall.

At the county championship tournament he finished tied for seventh with 46 points, then followed it up with another tie for seventh at districts (78). He wrapped things up by finishing in a tie for 28th at the state championships (156).

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Steven Segrist, Glenelg. A first-team selection for the second straight year, Segrist was the leader for a Gladiators' team that finished 9-2 during the regular season and second at the 2A state championship. He improved his scoring average by nearly a full two points, posting the third-best mark in the county this season at 25.8 points a match. Three different times he shot rounds of 29 points (2-under par).

The postseason started with a tie for seventh at the county tournament (46 points), but he really made his mark the following week at the District V Championship. Although he didn't end up winning, his two-over-par round of 72 earned him a spot in a playoff and he ultimately ended up finishing second. Segrist then closed his sophomore season with a tie for 21st at states with a two-day total of 153.

Tyler Silberberg, Wilde Lake. If not for the spectacular finish by Marriotts Ridge's Buch, Silberberg's senior campaign would have been Player of the Year worthy. As it was, he closed his high school career with plenty of memorable moments. During the regular season, he had four rounds of even par (27 points) or better on his way to a season average of 26.4. He was the only county golfer to shoot 30 points on two different occasions.

The county championship tournament title was undoubtedly Silberberg's crowning achievement. Not only did he win the event, but his five-under-par total of 59 points broke the previous tournament record by four points. He won by eight. He then was third at districts with a 73, one shot out of the playoff for first, and then finished things up with a fourth-place effort at states (142 total). He has signed to play for Towson University next year.

David Yancich, Wilde Lake. A first-team selection last season, Yancich was even better this fall, especially in terms of his consistency. He improved his scoring average by nearly two points this year as a senior up to 23.3, going for 24 or more in four of his six matches. His efforts helped the Wildecats finish the regular season undefeated as a team.

Although he didn't match last season's second place finish at the county tournament, Yancich still posted a very respectable tie for fifth (48 points). He then achieved career-best finishes at districts (fifth with a 75) and states (21st with two-day total of 153) to close his high school career.