York Catholic remained perfect in York-Adams Division III golf action on Tuesday with a first-place finish at Regents' Glen Country Club.
The Fighting Irish finished with a 344 total, which was 13 shots better than second-place Delone Catholic.
Fairfield was third at 375, followed by Bermudian Springs at 382, Hanover at 420 and York Tech at 445.
York Catholic's Russ McPaul was the individual medalist at 79, while York Tech's Alex May was next at 81. Delone's Nick Carpenter was third at 84, followed by Bermudian's Tucker Byers at 85 and Delone's Austin Busby at 86.
York Catholic is now 15-0 in D-III action, good for 30 points. Delone is second at 12-3, good for 24 points.
In D-III action from Monday at South Hills, York Catholic again edged Delone.
Both the Fighting Irish and Squires finished with 363 totals, but the Irish earned first place because their fifth-best (normally nonscoring) golfer had a better score than Delone's fifth-best golfer.
Fairfield took third at 377, followed by Bermudian (398), Tech (413) and Hanover (419).
May earned individual medalist honors with a 79. Carpenter was next at 83, followed by Byers at 85, Fairfield's Greg Gipe at 85 and Bermudian's Austin Brandt at 86.
McPaul and Max Kile led York Catholic at 87 and 89, respectively.