The York-Adams League has a District 3 soccer champion.
The Fairfield Green Knights claimed their second-straight Class 1-A girls' crown on Wednesday night with an 2-1 win over Camp Hill at Hersheypark Stadium.
The top-seeded Knights improved to 18-2, while the third-seeded Lions dropped to 13-8.
Both teams had already clinched PIAA state berths. Fairfield is also the defending PIAA Class 1-A state champion.
Both Fairfield goals came in the first half by Moriah Logue and Annabel Anderson. Logue assisted on Anderson's goal.
New Oxford 1, Lampeter-Strasburg 0: At Mechanicsburg, New Oxford scored on a Carly Flickinger penalty stroke with 13 minutes left in the District 3 Class 2-A consolation contest. The win gave the Colonials a bid into the PIAA state playoffs. No. 5 seed New Oxford improved to 17-3-2. No. 8 seed L-S finished at 14-8. The Colonials will play in the fifth-place game at 3 p.m. Saturday at Lower Dauphin against No. 6 seed Manheim Central (15-7), which won its consolation game on Wednesday vs. Northern York, 7-1. Northern finished 14-7.
Bermudian Springs 1, Boiling Springs 0: At Mechanicsburg, the second-seeded Eagles (21-2) won the District 3 Class 1-A consolation contest over sixth-seeded Boiling Springs (14-6-1). Kayla Pyles scored a first-half goal off an assist from Kierstyn Wiley. The win moved Bermudian to the fifth-place game at 1 p.m. Saturday at Lower Dauphin against eighth-seeded Schuylkill Valley (12-7). The winner of that game will earn a PIAA state berth.
Schuylkill Valley 2, Littlestown 0: At Milton Hershey, Littlestown's season ended with a District 3 Class 1-A consolation loss. No. 12 seed Littlestown finished 12-10.