The second in a series looking back on last season's league champions.
Downingtown qualified as the league's first regional participant by way of their regular season title. Spring City won the league's postseason tournament. Spring City ended up going winless in the regional tournament while Downingtown swept their way into the title and the state tournament.
Mount Carmel won the program's first league championship in 33 years by topping J.P. Mascaro 2-1. The team won it's first two games at regionals but ultimately fell short after a loss in the winner's bracket final and ensuing contest knocked them from contention.
Falls had already qualified for the regional tournament by way of their hosting duty, but did one better and made the tournament on their own accord by knocking off Bristol in the league's championship. Bristol took the league's second spot. Both teams did some damage in regionals but were ultimately knocked out of postseason contention by eventual champion Downingtown.
Morelanders won the league tournament for the first time since 2008 and ended Fort Washington's four year run of consecutive titles. The team topped the league's regular season champion, Huntingdon Valley, 6-5 to win the title. They won their first game of regionals before dropping their next two games.
Wayne won their fourth league title in six years by beating out league rivals Upper Darby, Nether Providence, and Broomall-Newtown. They won their regional opener over Spring City before falling in their next two contests.
Loudenslager defeated Bustleton to win the Philadelphia County League. The team had made it into the championship the year before but fell short to Ivy Ridge. They had a tough go of it at regionals, dropping their first two games.