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Boys Golf

A.J. Lintunen
A.J. Lintunen First Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 12, The UTC signee shot 69 in the DII-AA East/ Middle Region tournament. He also tied for third in the state tournament, carding scores of 70 and 74.

Sam Marshall
Sam Marshall First Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 11, His second-place finish in the DII-AA state tournament included a second-round 70. He also shot 70 in the East/Middle Region tournament.

Gavin Noble
Gavin Noble First Team

School: Ringgold

Grade: 10, The Kennesaw State pledge tied for fourth in the GHSA Class AAA state tournament (69-76) and tied for third in the Area 4 tournament (72).

Carter Pendley
Carter Pendley First Team

School: Dalton

Grade: 10, He tied for seventh in Georgia?s Class AAAAAA state tournament after shooting rounds of 71 and 72. He tied for eighth in Area 4 with a 75.

Tyson Venable
Tyson Venable First Team

School: East Hamilton

Grade: 12, His 76-72 in the Class AAA state tournament left him tied for 16th. He won the District 5 and Region 3 tournaments, shooting 71 and 72.

Joe Carter
Joe Carter Second Team

School: McCallie

Grade: 8,

Parker Gray
Parker Gray Second Team

School: Walker Valley

Grade: 11,

Cole Ingram
Cole Ingram Second Team

School: Lafayette

Grade: 12,

Gage Smith
Gage Smith Second Team

School: Lafayette

Grade: 11,

Dalton Sutton
Dalton Sutton Second Team

School: Silverdale Baptist

Grade: 9,

Jake Allstun
Jake Allstun Third Team

School: McCallie

Grade: 11,

Jake Campbell
Jake Campbell Third Team

School: Boyd-Buchanan

Grade: 12,

Justin  Hickman
Justin Hickman Third Team

School: Gordon Lee

Grade: 12,

Hayden Hunneke
Hayden Hunneke Third Team

School: Baylor

Grade: 11,

Davis Kirk
Davis Kirk Third Team

School: Dalton

Grade: 12,

Tom Langford
Tom Langford , Coach

School: Lafayette

Coach, To illustrate how strong the boys' field was in Georgia's Class AAAA state tournament, LaFayette shot 297 (an average of 74.25 per counting score) and finished fourth at Columbus Country Club. Columbus had three shooting in the 60s and totaled 279, followed by Marist (294) and Woodward Academy (295). The second day of play was rained out. The Ramblers' top-four state finish was their fourth consecutive and they've also been area/region champions the past four years. With senior Cole Ingram medalist at 71 and junior Gage Smith runner-up at 72, they won this year?s Area 4 tournament by 36 strokes. Smith finished eighth at the state tournament (71) and Ingram tied for ninth (72). Carter Grant, Riley Grant, Matthew Ingram and Tyler Jackson were the other state participants for LaFayette, which never shot higher than 304 all season. "It was a good year," Langford said. "The kids themselves had no issues. They were easy to coach all year. We had good leadership right from the start, which made it really, really easy on me. It was smooth sailing from beginning to end. A lot of it had to do with our top two players having been around. They led by example, but they would get vocal if needed."