Central York captures a sixth consecutive York-Adams League overall golf championship

Central York's Alex Gekas, seen here in a file photo, shot an even-par 72 on Wednesday to help the Panthers to the York-Adams League team title.
  • Central York won its sixth straight York-Adams overall golf title on Wednesday.
  • Central finished with a season-best 306 total. Susquehannock was second at 321.
  • Central's Alex Gekas had the day's best individual score at even-par 72.
  • Delone was third as a team at 331. The Squires' Nick Carpenter shot 73, as did Central's Noah Shultz.

The Central York golf dynasty continues to reign.

The Panthers won their sixth consecutive overall York-Adams League championship on Wednesday at Briarwood East Golf Course, and they did it in style.

The Division I champion finished with its best team score of the season at 306. Central's best previous team score was 314. D-II champion Susquehannock took second at 321. D-III champion Delone Catholic settled for third at 331. The Panthers have also won seven straight D-I crowns.

Alex Gekas led Central with an even-par 72. The Panthers' other scoring golfers were Noah Shultz (73), Jun Lee (76) and Cole Sevick (85).

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Susquehannock was paced by Sam Elsen (77), Ryan Thomas (78) and Max Pflieger (78). Nick Carpenter's 76 led Delone.

The Y-A individual championships are back at Briarwood East on Thursday.

The Central York golf team is shown after winning the York-Adams League overall title on Wednesday.

The win clinched the league's Class 3-A berth for the upcoming District 3 Championships. Delone had already clinched the league's 2-A berth.

The district team tournament will be back at Briarwood on Friday, Oct. 9. The 3-A team event will be on the East Course, while 2-A team event will be on the West Course.

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The district individual event will also be at Briarwood on Oct. 9 and Oct. 10. Again, the 3-A golfers will compete on the East Course, while 2-A golfers play on the West Course. The team and individual events will run concurrently on Oct. 9.

Reach Steve Heiser at sheiser@yorkdispatch.com.