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STAFF REPORT, York Dispatch
  • Six York Catholic golfers finished in the top 10 in the Division III match.
  • Josh Stewart led the Irish with a 72, while Andrew Forjan had a 75.
  • Dover remained unbeaten in York-Adams Division II action.

The York Catholic golf team dominated the field on Tuesday to capture the York-Adams League Division III match at Range End Golf Club near Dillsburg.

Andrew Forjan of York Catholic finished third overall on Tuesday to help the Fighting Irish win the Division III match at Range End Golf Club. Dawn J. Sagert photo

All six of the Fighting Irish golfers finished in the top 10, including Josh Stewart and Andrew Forjan, who finished one-two, with a 72 and 75, respectively. As a team, York Catholic shot a four-man team total of 308, 42 strokes better than second-place Bermudian Springs. York Tech finished third with a team score of 361. 

Jon Giambalvo finished fourth by shooting an 8-over 79 for the Irish. 

Alex May shot a 76 for the Spartans, finishing third behind Stewart and Forjan.

Dover remains unbeaten in Division II: The Eagles continued their run of dominance in Division II, winning Tuesday's tournament at Briarwood East Golf Course with a four-man team score of 333. 

Dover's Logan Snyder and Dylan Spahr finished second and third with scores of 75 and 76, respectively. 

Susquehannock shot a team score of 340, finishing seven strokes behind the Eagles for second, with Eastern York's score of 347 good enough for third. Golden Knights senior Zach Dixon was low man on the day, shooting a 1-over 73. The Warriors' Spencer Beren shot a 77 to finish fourth.