Allen Swetman and Brock Raper took advantage of the homecooking for first place finishes, while several other locals had strong finishes as well.
Swetman, from Cleveland, won the Boys 10-11 Micro division with a 4-over-par 40 on nine holes, while Raper, whose Polk County High School team uses Chatata Valley as its home course, fired a 9-over 81 to win the Boys 14-15 Tour class.
The strongest local showing came in the Boys 14-15 Tour class with Cleveland golfers taking four of the top eight spots and a Polk County linkster finishing 12th out the 17-player field.
Carson Griffin missed the top spot by just a stroke, finishing second with an 82, while Garrett Cantrell tied for third with an 84.
Andrew White and Hunter Carroll finished knotted at 85 as part of a three-way tie for sixth. Benton’s Jake Burrows shot 90 for his 12th place finish.
Charleston’s Rheagan Hall and Cleveland’s Olivia Williams tied for second in the Girls 8-11 Micro asfter losing a scorecard playoff to Savannah Satterfield from Chatsworth, Ga. All three shot 47 in their nine-hole competition.
In the Girls 11-14 Tour, Kassey Gregg of Cleveland finished third with a 51, while Olivia Lee of Cleveland tied for sixth and Charleston’s Haley Ellis finished eighth.
Gage Brakebill earned a runner-up spot in the Boys 8-9 Micro with a 9-over 45, while Pete Williams took fourth in the Boys 10-11 Micro and Nicholas McCracken tied for 13th.