De La Salle High of Concord made it two in a row, while Spartans star Jaden Dumdumaya picked up his first CIF NorCal crown.
Playing at par-72 Berkeley Country Club, De La Salle posted a team score of 3-under 357 to defeat runner-up Crystal Springs High by 13 shots. Leading the way for the Spartans was Dumdumaya, who won the Individual title with a score of 4-under 68.
Other De La Salle scores (best five-out-of-six) were Joshua Kim (70), James Williams (71), Jack Jerge (73), Colin Keith (75) and Jack Hayden (75).
The title marked a record seventh overall for the Spartans. De La Salle also won the NorCal crown in 2002, 2006, 2011, 2013, 2018 and 2022.
Crystal Springs was paced by Edan Cui (71) and KC Mungali (72). Granite Bay, who placed third at 380, was led by Sam Lyons (71).
All three teams advanced to this year's CIF State Championship, to be held May 31 at Poppy Hills.
Dumdumaya, who returned from a trip to the Phillippines, secured the Individual title when he made birdie on the 18th hole. Prior to the birdie, he was tied at 3-under with eventual runner-up Luke Price of Rocklin High.
Last year, Dumdumaya lost the Individual title by a stroke to champion Jacob Ponce.
Overall, the top nine players not on a qualifying team made it to State. Those players were Price, Brandon Knight of Foothill (70), James Lee of Nueva (70), Jonathan Chen of Carmel (70), Josh Leiker of Rocklin (71), Cole Kroeker of Carmel (71), Kush Arora of Amador Valley (71), Trevor Moquin of Junipero Serra (72) and Curtis DaSilva of Stevenson (72).