Sharing is not something that York-Adams boys' tennis teams are used to doing.
Checking back through the records of the last 43 seasons, there has never been a tie for the title.
Not when the teams competed in one division from 1969 through 1998, nor when they broke into two divisions starting in 1999.
The long-standing trend could change this year. It's not a done deal, but the chances are pretty good that the run of undisputed champions may come to a close.
Currently, three Division II teams -- York Suburban, Susquehannock and Biglerville -- have just one loss each.
All three are favored in their remaining matches because they've completed their head-to-head matchups.
Suburban defeated Susquehannock, 6-1, Susquehannock defeated Biglerville, 4-3, and Biglerville defeated Suburban, 4-2. The second doubles match in the Biglerville-Suburban encounter wasn't completed because of darkness.
The Warriors still have to take on York Catholic, which at 4-2, has the next best record in the division after the leaders.
Suburban earned a hard-fought 4-3 victory over York Catholic, and Biglerville defeated the Fighting Irish, 5-2.
Biglerville has captured four of the past five division crowns, with York Catholic breaking through in 2009. Suburban won the division in 2006, and Susquehannock captured the championship in 2002.
It's possible that there could be an upset or two along the way, and only one team will end up on top once again. However, a two-way or three-way tie is much more likely.
Division I: Meanwhile, in Division I, three teams are still in the title mix.
Defending champion South Western is 6-0, Dallastown is 5-0 and Central York is 4-1.
South Western, which handed Central its loss (5-2), travels to Dallastown on Tuesday. The Mustangs are in position to pretty much lock up their second-straight crown by defeating Dallastown.
If the Wildcats knock off the Mustangs, they'll take over the division lead. Dallastown visits Central next Tuesday.
South Western defeated Dallastown, 4-3, in last season's division showdown. The score is misleading, since the Mustangs wrapped up the victory by taking four of the five singles matches.
Three starters (Mack Meyer, Anthony Miserendino and Quin Meyer) are back for South Western, whose head coach is the Meyers' mother, Kristen Meyer. Mack Meyer finished third in last year's York-Adams Class AAA Singles Tournament.
The Mustangs are bidding to win back-to-back titles for the first time.
Dallastown features Adam Gante, the runner-up in the 2011 singles tournament, along with Andy Murray and Aaron Inkrote, who were also in last year's York-Adams singles draw.
Mack Meyer vs. Gante at No. 1 should be a treat. Gante won when the two clashed in the York-Adams Tournament last year, but Meyer triumphed when they clashed in the District 3 Tournament.
Dick VanOlinda covers high school sports for The York Dispatch. He can be reached at dvanolin firstname.lastname@example.org or at 505-5407.