The Waxahachie Indians golf team was greeted by several bucks and a couple does, as well as a few birdies over the weekend during a two-day Chisholm Trail tournament over the weekend at White Wing Golf Club in Georgetown.

The Indians finished with a 670 two-day total (338-332), which was good enough for eighth place out of 18 teams.

Granbury won the tournament with a 609 team total. The Pirates were followed in the top-10 by Keller 1 (625), Keller 2 (638), Aledo (650), Denton Guyer (651), Mansfield Legacy (651), Granbury 2 (652), Waxahachie (670), Arlington Martin (691), Denton Boswell (693).

White Wing GC carries a par of 72 and measures 6,718 yards from its furthest tees. It was built in 2001 by Greg Nash and Billy Casper, both of whom have served as the architect for over 40 golf courses, mostly in Nevada, Arizona and California.

Sophomore Jake Reames led the Tribe with a 159 two-day total (80-79) and was the lone Waxahachie golfer to break 80.

Reames was followed by Tobyn Hood (90-80-170), Grant Armstrong (83-92-175), Luke Morgan (85-90-175) and Clayton Knight (94-83-177), Zach Navarro (86-88-174) and Jett Tekell (92-94-186).

Waxahachie closes out the fall season Friday and Saturday in Burleson at Hidden Creek and Southern Oaks Golf Clubs.