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GOLF: Central York clinches Y-A League Division I title

STAFF REPORT
  • Central York clinched its third straight Division I title and fourth in five years.
  • Julianne Lee led the Panthers with a 3-under 68 at Hanover Country Club.
  • Susquehannock won the Division II match, preventing Dover from a perfect season.

Central York continued its dominance on the York-Adams League Division I golf scene on Wednesday, securing its third straight division title with a victory at Hanover Country Club.

Julianne Lee of Central York shot a 3-under 68 at Hanover Country Club on Wednesday to help lead the Panthers to their third straight Y-A League Division I title.

The Panthers won the match with a four-person team score of 293, 38 strokes better than second-place Dallastown. Spring Grove finished a stroke behind the Wildcats to take third in its home match.

Central had the top three individual scores on the day and five of the top 10. Julianne Lee led the way with a 3-under-par 68, followed by Joe Parrini's 71 and Caron Bacha's 75.

Justin Gruver of New Oxford finished fourth with a 78, followed by Dallastown's Blake Sebring and Central's Brady St. Pierre with 79s.

Central has now won four division titles in five years. The Panthers finished 41-1 in division action this season.

Susquehannock ruins Dover's perfect season: Susquehannock ruined Dover's chance at a perfect York-Adams Division II season, shooting a four-person team score of 323, seven strokes better than Dover at Regents' Glen Country Club.

Kendel Abrams was the low scorer for Susquehannock, shooting a 76, which was the third-lowest score of the day. Zach Dixon of Eastern York shot a 72, the day's low score, helping the Golden Knights to a third-place team finish.

Dylan Spahr of the Eagles finished one stroke back of Dixon with a 73. There was a logjam in fourth place, with three players shooting 77. Logan Snyder of Dover, Andrew Roberts of the Warriors and Devin Peart of Littlestown all fired the number.

It was the final match of the Division II regular season. It was the only time that Dover didn't finish first. Dover won the division title at 41-1.