Spring Grove swept the doubles matches to clinch a 5-2 boys' tennis triumph over visiting Red Lion on Thursday afternoon.
Grant Wierman and Blake Harlacher won the No. 1 doubles match, while Jeffery Bauer and Garrett Leib won the No. 2 match. Wierman, Harlacher and Leib also each won a singles match.
For the Lions, Alec Shue and Riley Krout each won a singles match.
Susquehannock 6, Hanover 1: At Hanover, the Warriors won four of five singles matches and both doubles matches. Aaron Gervasio, John Yancheski, Zachary Beam and Dominic Snyder all won in singles for Susquehannock, while Gervasio and Justin Eild and Yancheski and Beam teamed up to earn the two doubles points.
New Oxford 4, Central 3: At New Oxford, the Colonials captured both doubles matches to clinch the divisional victory. For the Panthers, Kyle Varone, Alec Goldstone and Mike Vicso each won a singles match.
West York 5, Dover 2: At Dover, the hosts raced out a quick lead after winning the No. 1 and No. 2 singles matches, but it was all Bulldogs the rest of the way. Aidan Mikula and Noah Sanderson were the Bulldogs to win in both singles and doubles. Mikula teamed with Tim Pickard and Sanderson paired with Ben Fairlamb.
Littlestown 4, York Catholic 3: At Littlestown, Brett Gill teamed with Brandon Staub to defeat Michael Andrews and Nicholas Gingerich in the first doubles match and clinch the victory for the hosts. Staub was also victorious in singles. Mason Elliott won his singles match for York Catholic and also paired with T.J. McGraw to win a doubles match.