The Tri-Valley League girls lacrosse regular season crown is being divided three ways.
RFA, Clinton and Whitesboro have all been named as co-league champions after finishing with identical 8-2 records.
"It's thrilling," Whitesboro midfielder Lexi Scaccia said. "Every game we played with RFA and Clinton was close, and it just keeps the adrenalin going. You know that every goal counts and at any second you can lose the title."
The team that's made the biggest strides in recent years is RFA, who sported a record of just 1-15 in 2015. Since then, it's been a different story.
"This has kind of been years in the making," Whitesboro coach Ben Schoen said. "We've been playing throughout the offseason developing year-round type players and I think it's led to this."
All three teams along with New Hartford will now turn their attention to the sectional playoffs.
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