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It was a banner year for York-Adams basketball teams in the District 3 tournament. After sending seven teams to Hershey's Giant Center for six different championship games, local teams came home with three sets of gold medals and four silvers.

The action was capped by William Penn's dramatic comeback to beat Cedar Crest for the Class AAAA boys' championship, the Bearcats' second district title in four years.

The YAIAA's total of six District 3 finalists was its second-highest total of league finalists since the district expanded to four classifications in 1984.Only the 2011 season, when seven league teams reached the finals, had more league teams reach championship games.

The league total doesn't even include York's own New Hope Academy. The Mighty Ants play an independent schedule and won the school's first district championship after falling one win short of their goal in 2012.


Bookmark this page and check the window below to follow live multimedia updates throughout the District 3 basketball championship schedule from our team reporting from Hershey's Giant Center. Click here if you're using a mobile device. And check out our District 3 boys' championship game previews and our District 3 girls' championship game previews for the skinny on what to expect in each game.



Girls' Class AAA: Susquehannock vs. West Perry, 11:15 a.m.
How Susquehannock got here (with video) | How West Perry got here (with video)

Boys' Class AAAA: William Penn vs. Cedar Crest, 1 p.m.
How William Penn got here (with video, slideshow) | How Cedar Crest got here (with video, slideshow)



Boys' Class A: New Hope 58, Mount Calvary Christian 35: The Mighty Ants earned their first District 3 championship. The fan section erupted in chants of "Save New Hope," as the school is scheduled to close after this year. Click here for complete coverage, including a photo gallery, multiple articles and videos

Boys' Class AA: Trinity 55, Hanover 46: After three tries, Trinity finally pulled through, holding off the Nighthawks for the title. Click here for complete coverage, including a photo gallery, multiple articles and videos.

Girls' Class AAAA: Wilson 51, Dover 38: Dover's Alayah Hall earned tournament MVP honors, but it wasn't enough to combat defending champ Wilson and its slate of Division I-bound players. Click here for complete coverage, including a photo gallery, multiple articles and videos.



Girls' Class AA: York Catholic 50, Delone Catholic 40: The Fighting Irish win their ninth consecutive district championship. And for a fourth year in a row, the Squirettes finish in second place.
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Also of interest: District 3 boys' basketball history and District 3 girls' basketball history, including boys' championships back to 1924 and girls' back to 1972.