The Waxahachie High School Indians No. 1 and 2 golf teams competed in the Mansfield High School Tiger Cup on Friday and Saturday at the Walnut Creek Country Club.
The teams played at nearly 7000 yards, which was easily one of the toughest challenges to face the Indians this season, said Terry Minton, the Indians head golf coach.
The No. 1 team’s Paul Gonzalez, who finished as a top medalist and placed second out of all competitors, shot 72 and 73.
His teammates Chuck Pinkstaff shot 78 and 85, Tobyn Hood shot 84 and 86, Trevor Farris shot 89 and 94 and Josh Taylor shot 84 and 95 during the two-day golf tournament and totaled 318 on day one and 338 on day two.
Team No. 2’s Luke Thomison shot 84 and 83, Rex Johnson shot 84 and 92, Luke Morgan shot 89 and 104 and Jett Tekell finished with 91 on both days, closing the Tiger Cup with scores of 348 and 370. WHS finished ninth overall out of 21 teams and third among the 5A schools attending.
The Indians will take to the green again at 8 a.m. April 4 and 5 during the District 14-5A golf tournament at Tangleridge Golf Course.