The team of Dante Caldera and Taylor Kennedy fired a 58 to take first place in the championship flight of the Howell Park Golf Course adult-child tournament on Sunday.
Blaine and Luci Patin (61) finished second, followed by Chuck and Chase Ellis (63).
Danny and Casey Simoneaux (66) won the first flight. Karl and Jacob Watlington (66) finished second, and David and Dexter Ellis (66) were third.
Perry Hudson and Clance Guilbeaux (68) won the second flight, followed by Paul and Kevin Guitrau (68) and Robert Patt and Robert Patt Jr. (69).
The third flight went to Joey and Adam Crifasi (73). Mike and Barry Boies (73) finished second, and Devin and Dale Boudreaux (73) took third.
The fourth flight went to Junis and Mark Dillard (77), followed by Don and Micah Green (78) and Joe Freitas and Joe Freitas Jr. (78).
LSU GOLF COURSE FATHER/CHILD WINNERS: The team of David and Cross Marchand fired a 63 to win the championship flight of the LSU Golf Course father/child scramble Sunday.
Rocky and Jody Nicholas (64) finished second, followed by Mike and Parker Johnson (65).
Mark and Mark Porta (67) won the first flight. Kevin and Chelsea Mayer (68) finished second, and Reed and Gus Bates (68) took third.
Bill and Martin Poche (70) took the second flight, followed by Mike and Mike Drury (70) and Paul and Chris Waguespack (70).
Bob and Jimmy Nelson (72) won the third flight, followed by Chris and Jordan Miesner (74) and Ryan and Ric Kyle (74).
Tom and Tommy Wilton (76) took the fourth flight, while John and Colby Harrison (77) finished second and Jeff and John Wood (77) took third.
LOUISIANA WINS TRI-STATE TITLE: The Louisiana girls junior tri-state golf team ended a six-year drought Friday by winning the annual cup match against teams from Arkansas and Mississippi.
This year’s event was held at the Mystic Creek Course in El Dorado, Arkansas.
Louisiana earned 101/2 points, Arkansas had 9 and Mississippi 41/2.
After Thursday’s four-ball matches, Louisiana led with 21/2 points, followed by Arkansas (2) and Mississippi (11/2). Louisiana won three of four foursome (alternate shot) matches and went into Friday’s singles matches with 51/2 points, followed by Arkansas (4) and Mississippi (21/2).
The eight-person Louisiana team features Baton Rouge’s Julia Johnson, Anna Heine, Taylor Kennedy and Jessica Varner; Hammond’s Mary Frances Chauvin; Abita Springs’ Savannah Ennis; Monroe’s Aoife O’Donovan and Lake Charles’ Olivia Hansen.
The event, which celebrated its 10th year, was won by Louisiana the first three years, followed by three straight titles from Mississippi and three straight from Arkansas.
GATOR CLASSIC WINNERS: Brandon Rogillio Jr. of Baton Rouge had a two-day score of 150 to win the 12- to 14-year-old boys division at the Mizuno Gator Classic at Copper Mill Golf Club.
Trey Morse of New Orleans (152) finished second in his first event in the boys 12-14 division, while Carson Caruso of Greenwell Springs (156) was third.
In the boys 15-18 division, Stewart Perrilloux of Zachary fired a 146 to win the title. Opelousas’ Jamison Thomassee and Josh Carnes of Monroe (149) tied for second.
Baton Rouge’s Ryan Dupuis won the boys 9-11 title, followed by Cameron Guidry of Picayune, Mississippi, and Lafayette’s Kale Fontenot.
Denham Springs’ Caroline Covington was the only female golfer in the field. She competed in the 9-11 division, finishing with a 97 in the 18-hole event.
BREC GOLF LEAGUE WINNERS: The team of Deborah Donchess and David Kennedy had a 30 for the low team net score in the BREC Callaway Golf League weekly two-player best ball event at Dumas Golf Club in Baker.
Greg Crowell and Pat Milton (32) finished second, followed by Terry Hebert and Kurt Bailey (33).
Jason Miller (35) had the winning individual low gross score, followed by Pat Milton (36) and Terry Hebert (37).