The Jack Donohue Memorial Sportsmanship Award will be presented to Tennent's David McCoy.
The Most Improved Team award will go to Souderton.
The officials will hand out plaques to the three PIAA Class 3A champions from District One: Council Rock South's Zack Trampe, Downingtown West's Doug Zapf and Upper Darby's Brian Kennerly.
Scholarships will also be given to deserving student-athletes.
Nice season for Robinson
Council Rock North freshman Cam Robinson went 1-2 at 132 pounds at the PIAA Class 3A championships to finish 35-11.
"He got to Hershey and won a match in a tough weight class," said coach Tom Vivacqua. "He has a super-bright future."
Robinson was part of a strong North freshman class that included Luke Lucerne, sixth at states at 106.
"For freshmen, they had such outstanding years," Vivacqua said.
Vivacqua also praised his only senior, Aidan Burke, who went 1-2 at 120 to finish the season 16-9 and his career 107-42. He overcame a concussion and an ankle injury this season. He'll wrestle at Mercyhurst.
"He got himself back to states. He was a match away from medaling. He had a great career. What a fantastic kid. He'll be missed," Vivacqua said.
Palmers will be missed
Council Rock South twin seniors Riley and Cary Palmer both ended their careers at the state tournament.
"The Palmer boys were the bedrock of our program the last four years," said coach Brad Silimperi. "They had a lot of wins and a lot of tournament titles. It was a pleasure to coach them."
Silimperi is looking forward to having sophomore Max Mendez, a state qualifier, for two more years.
"Max made incredible improvements. He almost doubled his win total. I'm really excited about his future," the coach said.
Silimperi to be honored
CR South coach Brad Silimperi will be inducted into the District 11 Wrestling Hall of Fame at the District 11 Wrestling Hall of Fame/Scholar-Athlete banquet April 30 at the Best Western hotel in Hanover Township, Northampton County.
Silimperi, who wrestled at Nazareth (class of 1990), went 35-0 in 1987-88 and won a PIAA Class 3A title. He has 131 career wins and a school-record 493 takedowns.
At South, he has coached nine state champions in 15 years.
Egan's Salmon to be honored
Former Bishop Egan wrestling and football star John Salmon will be inducted into the Bucks County Sports Hall of Fame on April 27 at Brookside Manor in Trevose.
In wrestling, he was a three-time All-Catholic and a runner-up at the 1982 National Prep Championships. He had a career record of 112-11-1, with 79 pins. He went on to wrestle at Rider and was a four-time place-winner at the East Coast Conference championships.
He qualified for the NCAA championships in 1985. He's a member of the Bishop Egan Hall of Fame.
Cimato, Rappo in NCAAs
Drexel senior Matt Cimato, a Yardley resident who wrestled at La Salle High, will compete at 149 pounds at the NCAA Division I Championships, Thursday through Saturday in St. Louis.
Cimato (26-9) finished fourth at the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association championships, but earned an at-large bid. The unseeded Cimato will face seventh-seeded Max Thomsen (27-5) of Northern Iowa in the first round.
Cimato, ranked 15th, is in his third year at nationals.
Joining him is Maryland senior Billy Rappo, a graduate of Council Rock South.
Rappo (16-13) qualified by finishing ninth at 133 pounds at the Big Ten tournament. He's unseeded, and will face second-seeded Seth Gross (30-1) of South Dakota State.
Velez remembers Pinelli
Former Bristol wrestling coach Enrique Velez has fond memories of Greg Pinelli, the school's athletic director, who died suddenly last Friday night.
Velez graduated from Bristol in 1974, a year behind Pinelli. The two went on to teach and coach at the school.
"We were the first two in the building every day as teachers," Velez said. "Greg was a great AD. He was supportive of all sports. He was a great guy. It's sad what happened. It's a shock. We'll miss him."