Eastern York won its fourth-straight York-Adams Division II golf tournament on Thursday at Regents' Glen Country Club.

The Golden Knights finished with a 381 total, which was 24 shots better than second-place West York. Susquehannock was third at 427.

Eastern's Kevin Crumbling was the day's individual medalist with a 2-under-par 70. West York's Trevor Sweitzer was second with a 71, while Eastern's Zach Dixon and West York's Axel Hartman each fired 72s.

The other golfers to break 80 were Eastern's Andrew Davis (75), Susquehannock's Caleb Bryant (76), York Suburban's Ben Strine (76) and Eastern's James Davis (79).

Eastern is now 24-0 in division action, while West York is second at 20-4.

Division I: In a Division I match at Pleasant Valley, Central York finished with a 376 total to finish first, followed by Dallastown (391) and Spring Grove (393).

All five Central scorers shot in the 70s, led by medalist Gus Minkin, who fired a 1-under-par 71. The other Central scorers were: Connor Bacha (72), Collin Potter (76), Mitch Marino (78) and Julianne Lee (79).

Blake Sebring of Dallastown fired a 73, while two his teammates, Andy Stewart and Dom Gurreri, added 76s. Spring Grove's Mason Staub also shot 76, while teammate, Luke Hoffnagle, shot 77. Spring Grove's Mike Gruver and Red Lion Dylan Reichard each fired 78s.

Central is now 18-0 in division action, while Dallastown is second at 15-3.



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