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Eastern York clinched the York-Adams Division II golf championship on Tuesday with another dominating victory.

The Golden Knights finished with a 299 total at Briarwood Golf Course, which was 31 shots better than second-place Dover. West York took third at 334.

Eastern improved to 36-0-0 in the division, while second-place Dover is 28-8. There's just one division match left in the season and Eastern's lead is insurmountable.

The Golden Knights' Kevin Crumbling was the individual medalist at 70, while his teammate, Zach Dixon, and Susquehannock's Kendel Abrams each fired 74s. The other golfers to break 80 were: Eastern's Andrew Davis (77), Eastern's Alexandra Lowder (78), Gettysburg's Jacob Withers (78), Dover's Logan Snyder (79) and Littlestown's Devin Peart (79).

Central York rolls: Central York cruised to another York-Adams Division I golf victory on Tuesday at Pleasant Valley Golf Club near Stewartstown.

The Panthers finished with a 313 total, which was 11 shots better than second-place Spring Grove. New Oxford was third at 328.

Central's Gus Minkin and New Oxford's Justin Gruver tied for individual medalist honors at 72. The other golfers to break 80 on the day were: Dallastown's Evan Greenplate (76), Red Lion's Ian Schaeffer (76), Central's Matt Bricker (77) and Spring Grove's Mason Staub (79).

Central improved 24-0-0 on the season. Spring Grove is second in the division at 18-6, while Dallastown is third at 15-9.