Susquehannock and York Catholic are the 2012 York-Adams girls' tennis champions.
The Warriors wrapped up the Division I title with a 6-1 victory over Spring Grove on Thursday, and the Fighting Irish clinched the Division II crown by shutting out Biglerville, 7-0.
Susquehannock, after winning the Division II title last year, moved to Division I this season and made it two championships in two years.
York Catholic, meanwhile, secured its fifth Division II title in the past six seasons.
Both teams finished 8-0 in their respective divisions.
Katie Wagner led Susquehannock on the title-clinching day by not losing a game at No. 1 singles. Adriana Bullaj, Usha Baublitz, Carolie Vesper and Chelsey Simmers also earned singles points for the Warriors.
Simmers went three sets with Miranda Eckard before coming out on top, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2. Wagner and Bullaj combined to win No. 1 doubles, and Spring Grove's Amanda Craver and Michaela Taylor teamed to take the No. 2 doubles match.
Anna Spoden, Sarah Koury, Kathryn Thomas and Emily Javitt recorded straight-set victories for York Catholic.
The Fighting Irish's No. 2 player, Maddie Kepner rallied to win a hard-fought match with Nettie Baugher at No. 2 singles, 4-6, 6-1, 6-4.
Rain prevented the completion of the doubles matches. Spoden and Kepner were winning, 4-2, at No. 1, and Koury and Javitt were leading, 5-2, at No. 2 when play was halted.
OTHER GIRLS' TENNIS
CENTRAL 6, DOVER 1: At
SOUTH WESTERN 5, RED LION 2: At Red Lion, the Mustangs captured the York-Adams League Division I victory in doubles with both Mackenzie Bortner and Madison Bortner capturing the No. 1 match and teammates Rachel Fabrick and Cassidy Mart winning the No. 2 match. Mackenzie Bortner, Madison Bortner and Fabrick also won singles matches. For the Lions, Katelyn Witmer and Karen Sauder each won a singles match.
YORK SUBURBAN 3, KENNARD-DALE 2 (Match suspended): At York Suburban, the Trojans were leading 3-2 after singles play, but the doubles matches were stopped due to darkness. The match will be completed on Monday at York Suburban.