Division III University High, The Dunham School and Notre Dame are tied for first place after the first round of the Allstate Sugar Bowl/LHSAA State Boys Golf tournament.
The Cubs, Pioneers and Tigers all sit at 313 after Monday’s round at the par-72 Farm d’Allie course located in Carencro. Menard (329) and Parkview Baptist (330) are next.
Tee times begin at 8 a.m. for Tuesday’s final round.
A total of four LHSAA state tourneys are being held at two different Lafayette area sites.
U-High’s Trey Winstead carded a 2-under-par 70 and holds a two stroke lead over Parkview Baptist’s B.J. Rogillio (72).
Iowa’s Jevon Perry at 73 and Catholic-New Iberia’s Micah Goulas at 74 also close behind.
Frankie Manale led Dunham with a 3-over 75. Manale is one of three competitors tied at 75.
Meanwhile, Episcopal School of Acadiana built a 13-stroke lead on the first day of the Division IV tourney at The Wetlands in Lafayette. The Falcons finished at 318, well ahead of Archbishop Hannan (331), St. Frederick (333) and St. Mary’s (337). Baton Rouge-based Runnels is at 356.
Westminster Christian’s Jack Tolson shot an incredible 8-under-par 64 to lead all competitors. Runnels’ Grant Welch was next at 70.
St. Frederick’s Grayson Gilbert (72) and Hannan’s Nick Daniel (73) complete the leader group.
Ascension Catholic’s Tucker Landry sits in seventh place at 76.
Tuesday’s tee times at The Wetlands also start at 8 a.m.
Shreveport’s C.E. Byrd sits atop the leaderboard in more ways than one at the Division I tourney also played at The Farm d’Allie. Byrd leads the team standings with at 291, 18 strokes ahead of second-place Catholic High (309). St. Thomas More and Barbe are tied at 310.
The Yellow Jackets’ Phillip Barbaree shot a 4-under 68 to lead the medalist competition. Two other Byrd competitors, Carter Toms and Mason Barr, both shot 73 and are tied for second ahead of STM’s Drew Gonzales, John Davis and Barbe’s Zac Ciesla, who all shot 74.
Catholic’s William Meyers and Ponchatoula’s Justin Caldwell are part of a group tied at 76.
The final round begins at 1 p.m. Tuesday
Benton leads the Division II tourney with a 283, 20 strokes ahead of second-place St. Louis Catholic at 303. Ruston sits in third at 316 at The Wetlands.
Jacob Wyatt of Benton is the individual leader with a 6-under 66. Vandebilt Catholic’s Jacob Hamner is in second after carding a 70.
The Division II final round also begins at 1 p.m. Tuesday.