The Record area sent 12 golfers to their respective state championships this week, including two teams.
Here's how each finished after two days.
The Record area sent 12 golfers to their respective North Carolina High School Athletic Association state championships this week, including two teams.
Here's how each finished after two days of action.
Michael Snyder, Harnett Central
The Trojans freshman enjoyed the best outing of any local golfer at Pinehurst No. 6, finishing tied for 27th with a total of 159.
Snyder shot an 8-over 80 on Day 1 before closing with a 79 on Tuesday.
Parker Denning, South Johnston
Leading a foursome of South golfers, Denning ended the tourney with a 163, tying for 34th place individually.
He had daily scores of 83 and 80.
Jack Clayman, Western Harnett
Another freshman making his first states appearance, Clayman finished tied for 43rd with daily scores of 87 and 79 for a 166 total.
Cole Howard, South Johnston
Howard posted 86 and 82, finishing just outside the top 50 with a total of 168.
Rylan Patterson, Western Harnett
The Eagles sophomore wrapped up his tourney with a 170.
Brady Carroll, South Johnston
Carroll turned in a final total of 174.
Christopher Thomas, Western Harnett
Thomas finished his prep career with a 180.
Kaden Gray, South Johnston
The junior rounded out South's ninth-place team finish by carding a 182.
Logan Atkins, Midway
Pacing the Raiders' second straight runner-up title, Atkins claimed his first individual state championship by turning in a 148.
He followed an opening-round 76 with a 72, the only golfer to do so Tuesday.
Caden Hodges, Midway
Not too far behind Atkins was the team's senior captain, who shot 76 and then 75 for a two-day total of 151.
Hodges' third-place finish was the highest of his career in three states appearances. The recent Fayetteville State University commit also picked up a second 2A Men’s Golf Championship Sportsmanship Award.
Jack Hazelbeck, Midway
Filling in late due to an injury over the weekend, Hazelbeck made good of his first appearance at the tourney. He finished just outside the top 50 with a 179 total.
John Michael Best, Midway
The senior concluded his prep career with daily scores of 90 and 97, helping Midway to a team total of 665.