Austin Westlake maintained its lead to win the Class 6A state golf tournament at Legacy Hills Golf Club in Georgetown Tuesday.
The Chaparrals, who shot a 573 and were eight strokes better than Austin Vandegrift, captured their second-straight state golf title and ninth overall.
Southlake Carroll, in second place after Day 1, tied Dallas Jesuit and Houston Stratford for eighth with a score of 598. Plano West came in fourth.
Plano’s Tommy Boone won the bronze, and Arlington Lamar’s Caleb Hicks was eight strokes back of first place.
Dallas Highland Park shot a two-day total of 564 – more than 30 strokes better than the competition – to win the 5A state title at White Wing Golf Club in Georgetown.
Frisco Centennial came in second after winning a playoff against Cedar Park.
Granbury was fifth with a score of 611 – 14 strokes behind the bronze.
Highland Park took home the gold and silver individual medals. Trip Carter, who was in second after Day 1, shot a 134, and Turner Hosch was right behind at 141.
Granbury’s Jake Holbrook shot a 147 and Fort Worth Arlington Heights’ Brandon Massey shot a 152.
Monahans won the 4A title at Apple Rock Golf Course in Marble Falls and denied Argyle its chance at a fourth-straight state championship.
Monahans shot a 615 – 11 strokes better than the Eagles.
Pottsboro won the 3A title with a score of 621 at Grey Rock Golf Course in Austin.
Brock came in seventh place with a 685, but senior Garrett Leek did receive the silver after shooting 144. He was seven strokes behind Pottsboro’s Austyn Reily. Leek did improve his round with a 71 on Tuesday. He shot a 73 on Monday.