The Harrisburg High School boys' golf team picked up a big win over Eldorado and Zeigler-Royalton in a triangular match at Saline County Country Club Wednesday night.
Harrisburg shot a 170, edging Eldorado (177) and Zeigler-Royalton (206).
Eldorado's Noah Smith took medalist honors after shooting a 38.
Andrew Bittle paced the Bulldogs with a 40, while Hayden Emery and Krayton Morse each shot a 43, while Grant Wilson fired a 44. Ashton Hall had a 49 and Colby Morse finished with a 57.
After Smith's 38, the Eagles got a pair of 45's from Evan Coyle and Kaiden Lloyd, while Braden Unthank shot a 49. A.J. Hankins added a 54 and Zac Stanford shot a 60.
Coyle leads Eagles over Vienna
Evan Coyle took medalist honors with a 36 helping Eldorado to a 163-191 win over Vienna Tuesday.
Noah Smith shot a 38 for the Eagles, while Kaiden Lloyd carded a 44 and Braden Unthank's 45 rounded out the top four scoring. A.J. Hankins added a 54 rounded out the top four scoring, while the Eagles got a 55 from Austin Willis.
Eldorado girls take on Johnston City
Adrienne Poore shot a 51 taking medalist honors in a match against Johnston City Tuesday. The Indians didn't have enough for a team score as Eldorado shot a 214.
Tegan Stanley added a 51, while Althea Poole shot a 55, Hannah Clark added a 56 and Chloe Hopkins rounded out the scoring after shooting a 62.
Bulldog boys beat Hardin Co., NCOE
Hayden Emery fired a 40 to help lead Harrisburg (164) to a triangular win over Hardin County (178) and Norris City-Omaha-Enfield (219) Tuesday in prep golf action in Elizabethtown.
Andrew Bittle and Krayton Morse both added a 41 for Harrisburg, while Ashton Hall shot a 42. Evan McDermott fired a 49 and Brent Lawrence rounded out the scoring with a 51.
Harrisburg girls fall in triangular
The Harrisburg girls' golf team shot a 218, falling to West Frankfort (207) and Carterville (212) in a triangular match Tuesday at Franklin County Country Club.
Madison McClusky fired a 46 for the Bulldogs, while Gracie Behnke had a 48. Madeleine DeNeal shot a 59 and Ann Marie Podoriscki rounded out the scoring with a 65.