Dallastown and West York finished off perfect York-Adams League golf seasons on Thursday afternoon.
The Wildcats won the Division I tournament at Hickory Heights, while the Bulldogs took the Division II tournament at Cool Creek.
At Hickory Heights, Dallastown finished with a 391 total to nip the host school, Spring Grove, by just one shot.
The Rockets' Colin Marshall took individual medalist honors at 2-over-par 73. He was one shot better than Red Lion's Kevin Crumbling, who helped the Lions to a third-place team finish.
Dallastown's Byron Markle and Red Lion's Dylan Reichard each fired 76.
Also breaking 80 were: Dallastown's Andy Stewart (77), Central York's Collin Potter (78), Dallastown's Blake Sebring (78), Dallastown's Brandon Greenplate (78), Spring Grove's Cayden Wisner (79) and Spring Grove's Luke Hoffnagle (79).
Dallastown finished 42-0 on the season in division action. Central was second at 30-12.
At Cool Creek, West York won the event with a 399 total, 14 shots better than second-place Eastern York.
The Bulldogs finished the Division II season at 30-0, while Eastern was second at 23-7.
West York's Josh Rinehart and Axel Hartman tied for medalist honors at 73. Eastern York's James Davis fired a 74. No other golfer in the field managed to break 80.
Susquehannock took third in the team race at 446.
The Bulldogs have won four-straight division titles and have not lost a division match since Sept. 1, 2011.