In a rematch of last year's Public League wrestling final, Northeast used consecutive pins at three weight classes to beat host Washington, 55-23.
The Vikings avenged regular-season and postseason losses to the Eagles thanks to pins from Davon Clark at 145 pounds, Yusef Hayes (152) and Dwayne Cooley (160).
Those three pins extended a 28-23 lead to 46-23.
The Vikings travel to the Truman duals next week.
In other league matches:
Bernard Lipscomb decisioned Pat Vinh at 119 to clinch Frankford's 39-31 win over visiting Central. The Pioneers got consecutive pins from Kenyatta Lloyd (145), Dave Domenech (152), Jamar Singleton (215) and Savon Smith 285). Lipscomb's pin gave Frankford a 39-12 lead.
Chareale Rivera opened the match with a first-period pin at 215 to get Edison off to a good start in a 60-15 win at Olney. Lender Vega (130), Dominic Boseman (189) and Steve Soto (285) also had first-period pins. Boseman decked his opponent in just 11 seconds, Soto took 13 seconds.
Franklin Towne Charter got pins from Tyler Keller (160) and George Klein (171) in a 48-12 win over visiting Kensington.
Catholic. Dylan Hetzer needed only 18 seconds to pin his opponent at 135, leading Conwell-Egan to a 48-27 win at Bishop McDevitt.
Suburban One National. Pennsbury used a big advantage in the lighter weights to register a 40-39 win over visiting William Tennent.
The Falcons got pins from Jason Bing (103) and Anthony DiEmedio (112) and Jeffrey Lieb (130). Joshua DiSanto posted a superior decision, 17-6, over Kevin Flack at 125.
The quickest pin of the night for Pennsbury went to DiEmedio, who decked Alex Szlanic in only 38 seconds.
Suburban One American. Kevin Yannes needed only 34 seconds to pin Emmanuel Rouse at 215, leading Wissahickon to a 58-17 win at Cheltenham.
The Trojans won the match in the bouts between 130 and 152 with Jordan Feltes earning a major decision at 130 and pins being registered in the next four bouts by Patrick Fennell, Sean Saunders, Brennan Weiss and David Harry.
Ches-Mont. Host West Chester Henderson got a 40-second pin from heavyweight Mark Muscari to highlight a 57-17 win over Bishop Shanahan.
Muscari's pin of Asante Barbarin was one of three first-period pins for the Warriors. The others went to Josh Demi (140) and Jake Demi (145).
The Warriors were also the beneficiary of five forfeits.
Pioneer Athletic. Joe Savella pinned Brian Marshall in the first period to help Methacton win at Perkiomen Valley, 33-28.
Spring-Ford's Chase Brown needed only 46 seconds to pin his opponent at 112 pounds to highlight his team's 70-8 win over visiting Pope John Paul II.