Division I-II: Stewart PerRilloux
Perrilloux was a driving force for the Bears. He averaged .125 over par during the regular season and shot 67 to win the District 5 title. Perrilloux finished in a tie for 11th place at the Metro tourney and tied for eighth at Division I state tourney.
Division I-II team
Partin had an impressive No. 2-rated regular-season average of 0.500 above par for the Broncos.
Shot a 72 to finish third at Metro tourney and was 1.75 strokes above par in the regular season.
Tied for eighth at Division I tourney and was 0.500 strokes over par in the regular season.
Had a regular-season average of 1.75 above par average. Nevils shot 74 at Metro tourney.
Wilson shot 76 at Metro, averaged 1.25 over par in regular season and tied for 20th at state.
Another golfer with a 1.25 over par regular-season average, Johnson tied for 20th at state.
Adams carded a 74 at Metro and averaged 2.25 strokes above par in the regular season.
Caruso averaged 1.125 strokes over par and tied for 20th at state.
Fulkerson provided consistency in the form of a 2.375 over par average for the Griffins.
COACH OF The YEAR
Division I-II: Patrick Dulaney
Dulaney’s Bears were the consistent leader of the Division I-II pack. Catholic won the Division I, District 5 and Division I, Region 2 titles. The Bears also were the Metro runners-up and finished fourth at the Division I state tournament.
Division III and below: Trey Winstead
One of only two golfers to average below par in the regular season, Winstead had an average 0.50 under par and went on to win the Metro tourney title by shooting 70 and the Division III state title with a 140 total.
DIVISION III AND BELOW TEAM
Parkview Baptist/8th grade
A rising star, Rogillio was the Metro runner-up at 71 and seventh at Division III tourney.
Maestri had the top regular-season average of 0.75 under par and was 11th in Division III.
Finished fifth at the Metro tourney and tied for 15th at the Division III state tourney.
D’Albor had a fabulous Division IV finish. He won the individual title with a 142 total.
Tied for second at the Division III tourney and tied for fourth at the Metro tourney with a 74.
Brown shot 74 and tied for fourth at Metro and was 18th at Division III tourney.
John Hayden Wood
Made huge breakthrough, tying for 11th at Metro and 12th at Division III tourney.
Placed 14th at the Division III state tourney and finished in a tie for ninth at Metro.
McClendon led the way for the Saints with a 2.25 over par average in the regular season.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Division III and below: Brian Simpson
Few teams can say they finished first in everything, but that’s exactly what Simpson’s Cubs did. U-High won the Division III, District 6, Metro, Division III, Region II and Division III state titles.
Teams selected by area coaches