It's thrice as nice for the Eldorado High School girls' golf team as they won the Black Diamond Conference tournament for a third straight time.
The Eagles shot a 334, while Vienna came in second with a 402. Trico took third with a 407, followed by Carmi with a 412. Goreville (430) and Chester (474) rounded out the girls' scoring.
After two years of watching twin sister Ashton Goodley take home medalist honors, Eldorado's Taylor Goodley kept the gold in the family by shooting a 77.
Head coach and dad, Greg Goodley was most proud of the patience Taylor displayed at Franklin County Country Club.
"Taylor did a great job of scrambling today and had to work for the her score. I was just real proud of her patience on the course."
Ashton Goodley finished second for the Eagles and second overall as she shot an 81 on a day when her coach said she just couldn't get a round going.
"Ashton just had one of those days were it went from tough to tougher, but I will say this, she stayed in it and worked hard.
Jaclyn Artman and Taylor Aldridge continued the trend, picking up their scoring and finishing third and fourth overall as Artman carded an 87 and Aldridge finished with an 89.
Eldorado filled half the top 10 of All Conference golfers by adding Sam Mings to the mix when she fired a 96 for a seventh place overall finish.
On the boys' side, Carmi-White County was a four-stroke winner over Hamilton County as the Bulldogs shot a 312. Hamilton County had a 316, while Vienna shot a 330.
Chester finished fourth with a 337, while Johnston City rounded out the top five with a 344. Trico took sixth with a 348, followed by Goreville (406), Eldorado (419) and Zeigler-Roylaton-Christopher (439).
Carmi's Neal Northcott took medalist honors with a 72. Eldorado failed to land anyone on the All-Conference team.
Zane Stanley shot an 86 for the Eagles, while John Amberger fired a 109. Other scores for Eldorado included: Clay Boulds (110), Jack Mings (114), Sam Coker (126) and Hunter Mace (134).