Wellsville senior Nate Scott is putting the final touches on his outstanding high school career.
Juniors Baylie Mook of Columbiana and Nikayla Edgell of East Liverpool are still adding to theirs.
The three were named Columbiana County players of the year in balloting by county coaches on Sunday.
Scott is one of the highest-scoring players in county history in leading the Tigers to a second straight Inter-Tri County League lower tier title and another trip to the Division IV district semifinals.
Scott is averaging an area-high 23.2 points a game along with 3.5 rebounds and 3.0 assists. He has made a school-record 77 three-pointers on the season, while shooting 70 percent from two-point range and 73 percent from the foul line.
Mook and Edgell sparked their teams with their play in the backcourt.
Mook was the top player on a Clipper team that won a school-record 23 games and shared the Inter-Tri County League lower tier title. She averaged a team-high 19.4 points, 5.1 steals and 5.0 assists a game. She also shot 53 percent from the field.
Edgell caused just as many problems for East Liverpool's opponents as she averaged 18.8 points and 3.8 assists. She also shot 66 percent from the foul line.
Co-coaches of the year were Lisbon's Chris Huckshold and Wellsville's David Thompson for the boys and Wellsville's Ed Swogger and Crestview's Rick Gates for the girls.
Huckshold has guided the Blue Devils to a school-best 20-3 season and a third game this season against Springfield in the Salem Division III district semifinal at 7 p.m. Tuesday. The teams split in regular-season play.
Thompson grabs county coaching honors for the fourth time in five years. His Tigers are 22-2 on the season and will take on Louisville St. Thomas Aquinas in a high-powered Struthers Division IV district semifinal at 7 p.m. today.
Swogger led the Wellsville girls to solid season as the Tigers completed a 14-9 campaign.
Gates' team had a competitive 12-12 season despite returning only one starter and losing its top two scorers from the previous season.
Scott is on the county's first team for a third straight season, while East Liverpool senior Hayden Cunningham also returns.
Scott was a unanimous selection along with Beaver Local senior Wellsville senior Camden Douglas. Joining the four on the boys first team are Salem senior Max Wolfgang, Lisbon sophomore Austin Rutecki, Southern Local sophomore Troy Holden and Heartland Christian junior Glen Hoffman.
Mook and United senior Mackenzie Gatchel were unanimous selections on the girls team. Gatchel also was a first-team selection last year.
Joining Mook, Gatchel and Edgell on the girls first team are Crestview senior Anna Hardenbrook, Lisbon junior Tiffany Ketchum, Wellsville senior Brittany Clendenning, East Palestine senior Courtney Weber and Southern Local junior Brittany Webber.