Logan Leary, Dutchtown
Negative numbers are a good thing for a golfer, and Leary proved that point. The Griffins sophomore led all local golfers in Louisiana’s top two classes with 1-under-par average in nine-hole regular-season matches. Leary concluded his season with a 15th-place finish at the LHSAA Division I state meet.
Trevor Adams, East Ascension
Earned a spot on the All-Metro squad with a 3.125 regular-season average for the Spartans.
Tyler Armstrong, Zachary
Was another reliable performer for the Broncos, posting a 3.00 regular-season average.
Brady Bennett, Zachary
Also carded a 0.13 regular-season average to help power the Division I Broncos.
Mark Bienvenu, Catholic
Steady performer had a 2.85 average in the regular season for the Division I Bears.
Triston Elston, Catholic
Placed 13th-place at the Division I tourney and had a 0.13 regular-season average.
Peter Mata, Catholic
Led the balanced Bears by tying for 11th place at the LHSAA Division I tourney.
Will Meyers, Catholic
Helped the Bears place second in Division I and had a 0.75 regular-season average.
Joey Partin, Dutchtown
Had a regular-season average of 1.50 and tied for 19th at the Division I tourney.
Dylan Pastorick, St. Amant
Set the pace for the Division I Gators with a regular-season average of 3.00 strokes over par.
Stewart Perriloux, Catholic
Finished in a tie for 15th at the Division I tourney and had a 1.25 regular-season mark.
COACH OF THE YEAR
Patrick Dulaney, Catholic
The Metro tournament was washed away by rain, but that did little dampen the accomplishments for the Bears. Dulaney’s squad won district and regional titles before finishing as the Division I runner-up to C.E. Byrd.
Team selected by local coaches