Eastern York finished off a perfect York-Adams Division II golf season on Thursday at Cool Creek.
The Golden Knights finished with a 300 total, which was 26 shots ahead of second-place Dover. West York and Susquehannock each finished at 337, but West York won the tiebreaker to take third.
Eastern finished the season with a 42-0-0 record, while Dover took second at 28-14-0. West York ended up third at 24-18-0.
Eastern's Andrew Davis and Zach Dixon each fired 69s to tie for individual medalist honors.
Other golfers breaking 80 were: Dover's Cody Bowers (76), Eastern's Kevin Crumbling (77), Dover's Logan Snyder (77), West York's Tyler Sweeney (77) and Susquehannock's Mike Passio (79).
Central goes low: It was a day for low scores during the York-Adams Division I match at Briarwood West Golf Club on Thursday.
Central York had three players shoot 71 or lower. Matt Bricker led the way with a 1-under-par 69, while Gus Minkin shot 70 and Joe Parrini added a 71. The entire Central team shot 79 or better. Connor Bacha and Julianne Lee added 77s and Brady St. Pierre shot 79.
None of the Panthers, however, had the low score of the day. That belonged to Dallastown's Blake Sebring at 2-under 68. In all, 17 players shot 79 or better.
Spring Grove finished second as a team at 298, while Dallastown was third at 299.
The other golfers to shoot 75 or lower were: Spring Grove's Luke Huffnagle (71), Red Lion's Grant Fickes (72), Dallastown's Evan Greenplate (73), Spring Grove's Eli Brooks (74) and New Oxford's Justin Gruver (75).
Central improved to 30-0-0 on the season in division action. Spring Grove is second at 23-7-0 and Dallastown is third at 19-11.