The LHSAA state golf championships are in the books. In Division I Boys state golf C. E. Byrd won the title with scores of 291-305 for a 596 total defeating Catholic High by 15 strokes. Barbe finished third. The top St. Tammany Parish team was the St. Paul’s Wolves, who earned a seventh place finish. Byrd’s Phillip Barbaree won the individual title carding rounds of 68-73 for a 141 total. St. Paul’s Beau Briggs earned an eighth place finish with rounds of 78-72 for a 150 total, nine shots off the pace.
In Division IV state golf action held in Lafayette, Episcopal of Acadiana won the team title with rounds of 318-336 for a 654 total. Westminster Christian’s Jack Tolson won the Division IV individual title blistering the course with rounds of 64-69 for a 133 total. Archbishop Hannan’s Nick Daniel earned a third place finish. Daniel fired 73 in both rounds of the competition, finishing 13 shots back.
In Division I girls competition, Sulphur captured the state title with rounds of 160-162 for a 322 total. Barbe was the runner up followed by St. Scholastica Academy. The Doves shot rounds of 182-196 for a 378 score. Hammond’s Mary Frances Chauvin garnered the Division I girls individual crown carding rounds of 75-78 for a 153 total finishing four strokes ahead of Ben Franklin’s Camille Simon. SSA’s Savannah Ennis earned a seventh place finish with rounds of 82-90 for a 172 total.
In Division II girls state golf action, Notre Dame won the team title. Locally, Archbishop Hannan’s Lady Hawks finished sixth. Hannan’s Abbey Daniel took second in the individual competition, shooting rounds of 77-78, finishing eight strokes behind East Iverville’s Julia Johnson.

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