Class 1A-2A Boys
Donoho’s Jacob LeCroy fired a 69 Monday and followed with 2-under 70 on Tuesday to lead the Falcons to the Class 1A/2A state team title. His 139 total earned low medalist honors. Donoho finished at 614 with Westbrook Christian second at 650, followed by Vincent (709) and Brantley (739).
Westbrook’s Williams Wethington had a 68 Tuesday for the best round of the day in his class and finished second overall at 3-under 141. Dylan Moulton of Kinston also had a 70 Tuesday and was three shots off the pace at 2-under 142. Codey Cleveland of Red Bay also finished at 142 with a 1-over 73 in the final round.
Class 3A Boys
Houston Academy duplicated Monday’s 4-over 292 round with another 292 for a 584 total to win the Class 3A state championship over Dothan rival and defending state champion Providence Christian. Ironically, the Eagles also shot identical rounds of 304 to finish 24 strokes back at 608 and took second place.
Glencoe was third at 808 and Pleasant Valley was fourth at 915.
Class 4A Boys
UMS-Wright extended its state championship state record to 24 overall with 297-292 and 581 total overall to win the 4A team title. White Plains was 53 shots back at 634 to finish second, followed by Madison Academy (678) and Haleyville (696).
Low medalist was Oneonta’s Cole Davidson, who had a 66 on day one and a 70 Tuesday for an 8-under 136 total. Andrew Graves led the winning Bulldogs with a 69-72 141 total to finish second. Oneonta’s Will Patrick was third shooting the best round Tuesday with a 5-under 67 to finish at 144.
Class 6A Girls
Muscle Shoals won the state title with a 239-232--471 to finish 23 strokes ahead of runner-up Hartselle (494). Oxford was third at 560 and Homewood fourth with 608.
Class 4A Girls
Erika Allen of Northside shot a 7-under par 65 to edge two-time state champion Michaela Morard of Randolph by one stroke 136-137 to capture the Class 4A/5A girls’ individual state title.
Northside’s Karlee Allen was third overall with 76-76—152 and the Rams finished with a 216 Tuesday for an overall 450 for the 36-hole tourney. The Raiders were second at 478, White Plains was third with a 492 and Trinity Presbyterian’s 501 total placed the Wildcats fourth.
Providence Christian shot a final round 236 to claim the 1A/3A state championship with a two-day 475 total. Bayside Academy was 23 shots back at 498 to take second, followed by Clements (578) and Glencoe (629) to round out the team scoring.
(Courtesy: AHSAA - www.ahsaa.com)