The Harrisburg High School boys' golf team took third in the Carbondale Invitational over the weekend.
15 teams descended on Hickory Ridge Golf Course where the Bulldogs came away with a team-total of 207. Centralia won the event with a 199, followed by a 202 from Belleville West.
Waterloo was fourth with a 210, followed by Columbia with a 215. Belleville East (216), Marion (217), Herrin (220), Salem (222), O'Fallon (223), Carbondale (223), Collinsville (225), Carterville (230), Mt. Vernon (232) and Granite City (236) rounded out the other competing teams.
This was a two-man tournament with the best ball format on the front nine and a scramble the back nine.
Alexander Tison and Ben Fowler tied for fourth place as a team as the duo shot a 66. Ryan Williams and Patrick Bittle teamed up for a 69, while Dillion Street and Garrett Jenkins shot a 72.
"There was very tough competition at the tournament and I thought our whole team played well," Harrisburg head coach Mike Tison said. "It is nice coaching a team that has a good chance to win every time they tee up."
The Bulldogs are now 33-6 on the year and are scheduled to tee it up today (Monday) at West Frankfort.