Ni Riain School of Irish Dance took top honors during Saturday's St. Patrick's Day Parade.

Under the direction of Holly Lanteigne-Marrow, the school from Springettsbury Township won the grand prize for its Irish dancing.

Other winners are as follows:

Best Decorated Vehicle (Commercial): Martin's Potato Chips

Honorable Mention: Southern York Turf & Tractor

Best Decorated Vehicle (Non-Commercial): Penn-Mar Irish Festival

Honorable Mention: York County Pageants

Best Antique Vehicle: Thomas Murren - Groundhog Hole Fire Company, Engine 1

Best Individual/Family Group: Friends of Chris Reilly

Honorable Mention: Mendenhall Retirement

Best Float: St.

The Ni Riain School of Irish Dance captures the grand prize at the York St. Patrick’s Day Parade Saturday. MORE PHOTOS
The Ni Riain School of Irish Dance captures the grand prize at the York St. Patrick's Day Parade Saturday.
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Patrick Catholic School

Honorable Mention: Hope Street Garden & Learning Lab and Buy Local Coalition

Best Nonprofit Organization: York County Youth Development Center

Honorable Mention: 4-H Seeing Eye Puppy Club, Combined Provisional Forces of the Shenandoah, Special Olympics, Bark-A-Ritaville Freestylers

Best Honor Guard: American Merchant Marine Veterans and Sea Scouts of York Ship 25

Honorable Mention: York City Police Department

Best Media Entry: WGAL

Honorable Mention: Smart Magazine

Best Irish Group: Hooley School of Irish Dance

Despite some mild precipitation early Saturday morning, the 30th annual York St. Patrick's Day Parade stepped off at 1 p.m. as planned. Click here for photos from the parade.