Fairfield's Isaiah Logue has done it again.
The 2013 York County Amateur champion captured his second-straight PIAA Class AA golf championship on Tuesday at Heritage Hills Golf Resort in York.
The senior standout fired a 2-under-par 69 on Tuesday on the 6,525-yard track, to go with the 70 he shot on Monday. That gave him a two-day total of 3-under-par 139. That was good for a two-shot victory over Northwestern Lehigh's Cole Miller.
Miller led after a first-round 69, but settled for a 72 on Tuesday.
Logue, who is committed to play golf for NCAA Division I Liberty University next year, found himself 1-over par on the day after making a double bogey on the par-4 10th hole. He finished in style, however, going 3 under over his final eight holes, including birdies on No. 16 and No. 18.
Miller and Logue were tied heading into No. 18, a treacherous 471-yard par 4 that is rated the No. 1 handicap hole on the course. Logue's birdie and Miller's bogey provided the margin of victory.
The only other York-Adams golfer in the AA boys' field was York Catholic's Nick Geiman, who had rounds of 84 on Monday and 76 on Tuesday to finish with a 160 total. Geiman tied for 16th in the 36-player field.
In the AAA boys' event, West York junior Axel Hartman finished tied for 24th after shooting 79 on Monday and an 82 on Tuesday for a 161 total. His teammate, senior Josh Rinehart, had scores of 79 on Monday and 84 on Tuesday to finish at 163, good for a tie for 27th in the 36-player field.
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York Catholic junior Lauren Parrini finished tied for 15th in the 18-player AA girls' field with a 185 total after rounds of 88 on Monday and 97 on Tuesday on the 5,700-yard par-72 girls' layout. Central Valley's Macky Fouse won the AA girls' crown with a 152 total on scores of 75 and 77. She finished eight shots clear of second-place Joey Walz of Seton LaSalle. Kutztown's Shannon Weber was District 3's top finisher in fifth with a 166 total.
Mount St. Joseph's Isabella Dillisio won the AAA girls' championship at 148 on scores of 75 and 73. She finished two shots ahead of Pennsbury's Jackie Rogowicz. Central Dauphin's Allison Cooper was District 3's top performer at 161, good for a seventh-place finish.