The team of Chuck Laudermill and Mike Drury fired a 141 to win the Al Michael-Emile Zachariah memorial golf tournament at Webb Memorial Golf Club in Baton Rouge.
Laudermill and Drury fired rounds of 63 and 78 to take the title.
Danny Nelson and Lee Stirling (63-83—146) finished second in the championship flight, followed by Luke Grower and Seth Holley (66-80—146).
Cornel Christophe and Robb Campbell (69-85—154) won the first flight, followed by Joey Suhayda and Lyle Peak (69-86—155) and Danny Vidrine and Wendall Akins (69-86—155).
The second flight went to Chevies Newman and Steven Ingeza (73-90—163), while Ryan Logsdon and Charles Marquette (72-91—163) finished second and Ken Collins and Keith Collins (74-94—168) were third.
BRWIGA TOURNAMENT WINNERS NAMED: The team of Karla Neal, Becky Brennan and Linda Booth won the BRWIGA Interclub Play Day held June 3 at Pelican Point Golf Club.
Maria Fairchild, Cathie Ryan and Maureen Dartez finished second, followed by Donna McCurdy, Thelma Price and Jennie Price. Pat Morgan, Diana Schouest and Rose Berggren finished fourth.
PELICAN POINT MGA WINNERS TOLD: The team of Paul Castro and Mark Bridges had the top gross score to win the championship flight of the MGA Modified Best Ball tournament. Bobby Beale and Ryan Schulz had the second gross score in the championship flight.
Malcolm Dugas and Shawn Kjar had the top net score in the championship flight, followed by Troy Free and Jeff Powell and Keith Falgoust and David Burch.
In the first flight, Bryan Haymon and Keith Harrison had the first-place gross score, while Joe O’Banion and Ed Amedee finished second.
Chester Campbell and Jared Mullins had the first-place net score in the first flight, followed by Wayne Grip and Russell Williams and Jim Whiddon and David Amedee.
CALLOWAY GOLF LEAGUE RESULTS: Greg Barthe fired a 35 to take the low gross individual title in the Callaway Golf League at Dumas Golf Club. The format is two player best ball over nine holes, and events are held each Tuesday.
Jason Miller and Terry Hebert (36) tied for second
Miller and Barthe (32) had the low gross team score, followed by Terry Hebert and Kurt Bailey (34) and Pat Milton and Greg Crowell (38).
David Nix and Morgan Miley (27) had the low net team score, followed by Paul Hebert and Debbie Hebert (28) and Barthe and Miller (29).
TEAMS WIN STATE TITLES: Several teams from around the state captured state titles and will compete in the U.S. Youth Soccer Region III Championships to be held June 19-26 at Burbank Soccer Complex in Baton Rouge.
The Baton Rouge SC 00 Black team captured the under-14 boys title. Team members are Hayden Armstrong, James Cerise, Evan Dille, Griffin Fetters, Zachary Fruge, Grant Gallegos, Cameron Hamby, Jacob Limbocker, Caleb Pajares, Erick Ponce, Max Sager, Kyle Segalla, Jack Shelby, Jacob Stovall, Collin Turner, Sethan Ward, Devin Zezulka and Hector Rodriguez.
The BRSC 96 CSC Alliance team captured the U-18 girls title. Team members are Rahilat Animashaun, Haleigh Armstrong, Alexis Bentley, McKenzie Bodin, Alisa Chatignier, Haley Clark, Erin Dean, Nicole Dincau, Rachel Fenner, Michaela Girod, Elizabeth Gutierrez, Cayla Hebert, Monique Hundley, Haley Laque, Riley Leblanc, Gabrielle Miller, Brady Moran, Amelia Thibodeaux, Jessica Williamson, Leigh Cannino and Gracie Boustany.
The Louisiana Fire Juniors 97 Red (U-17 boys), Louisiana Fire 96 Navy (U-18 boys), Louisiana Fire Juniors 00 Red (U-14 girls) and Louisiana Fire Juniors 97 Navy (U-17 girls) from New Orleans captured titles, while the MSC Lakers 00/01 (U-13 boys), MSC Lakers 98/99 (U-15 boys), MSC Lakers 97/98 (U-16 boys) and MSC Lakers 97/98 (U-16 girls) from Mandeville also won state titles.
Also, the BRSC CSC Alliance 95 (U-19 boys) and Cajun SC Rage 01 (U-13 girls) from Lafayette won titles, along with the Cabosa Shreveport United 99 (U-15 girls).
VARSITY SLAM WINS STATE TITLE: The Varsity Slam 12U travel team won the Grand Slam state championship.
The Slam posted a 6-1 record and won five games Sunday to take the championship.
The Slam will play the U-trip state tournament and then head to Gulf Shores, Alabama, for the World Series July 9-13.
Members of the team are Paul Bourgeois, Mickey Freeman, Ford Garon, Braeden Jacobson, Brock Perry, John Roppolo, Sam Fakouri, Tucker Ganley, Jase Verret, TJ Watkins and Gray Williams. The coaches are Alton Melancon and Hunter Dauzat.