The Boling High School boys’ team recently earned the team championship following play in the District 24-3A Golf Tournament held at Rio Colorado Golf Course on Wednesday, April 3.

Boling was made up of Colby Miller (75 score), Korbyn Rolf (94), Hunter Rachunek (87), and Aryan Bhakta (104).

The scores gave BHS a score of 349, bettering anyone else by nearly 40 strokes.

Second place went to East Bernard High School.

The Brahmas were represented by Ryan Morse (93), Doug Grymes (96), Jace Talas (96), Alex Lopez (99) and Jose Cubias (118). When the four best scores were tabulated, it gave EBHS a team score of 384.

The two advanced to the Class 3A Regional Golf Championships in Brenham.

Among the other schools to compete in district and their scores in the tournament were Van Vleck (441), Hitchcock (443) and Palacios (503).

Individuals who medaled and advanced to the regional championships were Van Vleck’s Dale Holloway (87) and Hitchcock’s Caeden Landry (92).

EBHS takes team title

The Brahmarettes competed at the same time as the boys did on April 3. 

The team score of 404 was one of the best scores EBHS has shot this far. 

The girls bested second-place Tidehaven, which shot a combined 463.

The girls also walked away with two people winning individual honors. EBHS’s Hailey Henry fired off a 97 to win the district championship as an individual. Also, EBHS’s Grace Tovar walked away with a third place finish by shooting a 100. 

EBHS’s Kirbi Guthman shot a 101 and finished fourth place. Also, teammates Sydney Sandoval shot a 106 and Riki Nardiello shot a 121 to finish off EBHS scoring. 

Competing as medalist for the Brahmarettes was Ella Grymes. 

Among the other teams to compete were Palacios (516), Danbury (525), and Van Vleck (561).

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