The Marion Giants and the Mississinewa Indians each finished in the bottom four, Eastbrook’s Noah Ross played the last round of his high school career, and Oak Hill’s Blake LeFavour missed advancing to the state final by two strokes, as the boys golf season in Grant County came to a close in the Muncie Central Regional on Thursday.
The Giants finished in 15th place with a team score of 355, and were led by Luke Leffler’s 79. Connor Mortiz shot an 88, Seth Beal carded a 93, and Caleb Oliver rounded out the scoring with a 95.
The Indians, hampered by the disqualification of Bryce Luedtke, finished in last place with a score of 386.
Josh Dakin shot an 82 in what would be his final high school match, while freshman Ty Corey finished with a 96.
Ross shot well throughout most of the meet, but a double bogey on hole 4 and a triple bogey on hole 15 gave him a final score of 82.
LeFavour finished his final round of the season with a 78, just two strokes behind Bishop Chatard’s Matt Semier for the final individual slot.
With no teams nor individuals advancing, the 2017-2018 athletic year in Grant County has reached its conclusion.