The nine Lewis & Clark Conference schools met April 18th at the Heritage Hills Golf Course near Moberly to determine the conference champions.
For the second straight season, Westran claimed the top spot, blowing away the competition with a team score of 325. Paris was second with a 361, one stroke better than Marceline.
Salisbury finished fourth with a 388 followed by Schuyler County (396) Harrisburg (409), Scotland County (416) and Fayette (462).
Trey Burton of Westran claimed the individual medalist honors with a thre-over-par 73. Connor Heitmeyer of Paris was runner up with a score of 79. Ethan Goff and Cobbin Brockleman of Westarn finished third and fourth with scores of 82 and 84 respectively, while Chris Ebbsmeyer of Paris rounded out the top five with an 85.
Westran’s grasp on the title looks to be pretty firm, as the Hornets junior varsity squad carded a 365, which would have been good for fourth place overall and included a pair of top 110 individual performances in Alec Botkins (86) and Aidan Seiders (89).
Brock Aylward carded a 91, which tied him for 14th overall. Conner Harrison shot a 104 with Gabe Shultz carding a 110 and Hunter Carter shooting a 111 to round out the team score. Lathe Bair shot a 162.