MVP: Triston Elston

Catholic

Elston was a driving force behind the Bears’ third-place finish at the Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s Division I state tourney, placing third with a two-day score of 148. He also shot a 74 to help Catholic win the Metro tournament.

First team

Matt Jakuback/Catholic

Shot a 69 and placed second at the Metro tourney for the Bears and was 20th at Division I tourney.

Peter Mata/Catholic

Tied for seventh at the Metro tournament and tallied a season average of 2.25 strokes over par.

Mark Bienvenu/Catholic

Placed 17th for the Bears at the Division I state tourney and tied for fourth at 73 at the Metro tournament.

Brady Bennett/Zachary

Finished in a tie for seventh place at the Metro tourney and compiled a 3-over-par season average.

Chance Beadle/Zachary

Was part of a tie for 12th place at the Metro tourney and had a 5-over-par season average.

Brennan Leblanc/Catholic

Had a regular-season league average of 3-over-par and helped the Bears place third in Division I.

Joey Partin/Dutchtown

Compiled a regular-season league average of 3.2 strokes above par for the Division I Griffins.

Jordan Hollingsworth/Denham Springs

Put together a regular-season league average of 4.1 strokes over par.

Richard Trum/Denham Springs

Was part of a tie for seventh at the Metro tournament and had a 5-over-par regular- season average.

Zac Ginn/Denham Springs

Set the pace for the Yellow Jackets with an average of 3.42 strokes above par.

Coach of the Year: Patrick Dulaney

Catholic

Dulaney’s Bears were the area’s top team all season, winning a number of tournaments, including the Metro tourney, before placing third at the LHSAA Division I tournament.

Team selected by local coaches