Crosby golf team makes return trip to state

CROSBY – The Crosby Cougars boys golf team will be returning to the state tournament for their second straight year after winning the 4A Region III this past weekend at Raven Nest Golf Course.

Crosby won the tournament with a two-day total of 636, edging out Willis by one stroke. The Cougars opened the tournament with a a first-day team total of 319, tying them atop the leaderboard with Montgomery. Willis was sitting in fifth place with a 328.

The Wildkats attempted a come-back on the second day, turning in a a tournament-best 309 but they could not dig themselves of of the hole they dug the first day and Crosby was able to take the title with a 317.

Kevin Day led the Cougars with a 154, placing him sixth overall. Dustin Morris shot a 155 for the tournament.

Daniel Lorren turned in a 164, Jason Petitt show a 168 and Jacob Burleson shot a 171.
Crosby also had a second team entered in the tournament, which finished 12 of 16 with a 726.

Ryan Fallwell led this teamwith a 172. Kerry Johnson shot a 177. Darren Hammers and Matthew Dawson each turned in a 191 and Brian Gabryszwski shot a 194.