York Catholic is the York-Adams Division III boys' soccer champion for the second straight season.
The Fighting Irish wrapped up the 2012 title by shutting out Littlestown, 2-0, on Thursday.
The victory was the eighth against no losses and two ties for Coach Milner Sosa's team, which has completed its league schedule. York Catholic is unbeaten in Division III matches over the last two years with a combined record of 17-0-3.
The Fighting Irish dominated play against visiting Littlestown, taking 10 shots on goal to just two for the Thunderbolts.
Zach Ingram opened the scoring for York Catholic at the 32-minute mark of the first half on an assist from Josiah Schendel. Chris Sosa delivered the second goal at 33:00 of the second half. Matt Nguyen supplied the assist.
Fighting Irish goalie Luca Grippi recorded two saves.
OTHER BOYS' SOCCER
WEST YORK 7, NORTH EASTERN 0: At West York, Andrew Gaines scored two goals, and Chris Markel provided three assists for the Bulldogs. Sam Gay, Brett Strickler, Ethan Clark, Adam Vaupel and Nick Geller also had goals, and Vaupel, Kendall Eppley and Michael Thomas supplied assists. West York goalie Brad Wood recorded four saves to earn the shutout. West York improved to 8-2-0 in York-Adams Division II action.
DALLASTOWN 6, SOUTH WESTERN 1: At Hanover, Dallastown got six goals from six different players -- Brent Batory, Jon Dadeboe, Mark Spitz, Edward Bills, Jake Mitchell and Ben Doorn. The first-place Wildcats improved to 7-1-0 in York-Adams Division I. Jordan Heavel scored for South Western, which fell to 5-3-0 in the division.
CENTRAL 9, NEW OXFORD 0: At Central, the Panthers jumped out to a commanding 4-0 lead at the end of the first half and went on to capture the York-Adams Division I victory. Royce Clemens led the Panthers with three assists and one goal. Conor Thornton, Oze Navat and Janson Statzfus each scored one goal and added one assist. The Panthers also received one goal from Kyle Smith, Shawn Morrison, Erik Risel, Ben Raver and Andrew Starr, while Andrew Sauers and Ryan Wiltsie each had one assist.
EASTERN 4. DOVER 3: At Wrightsville, the Golden Knights' Travis Solomon connected for his second goal of the night with 12:23 remaining in the second half to break a 2-2 tie. Solomon's teammate, Tucker Aldinger then scored at the 6:08 mark to give the home team a 4-2 lead. Dover's Kyle Cook recorded the final goal of the night with 4:13 to play in the match. Austin Jeffrey had the other Eastern goal, and Jeffrey and Aldinger had assists. Cristian Bonilla and Robert Maze each had a goal and an assist for Dover.
SUSQUEHANNOCK 2, KENNARD-DALE 1: At Glen Rock, the Warriors improved to 6-4-0 in York-Adams Division II, while K-D fell to 2-7-0. No other details were available.