Trigg hosted Paducah Tilghman and Murray in an 18-hole match.
Trigg’s boys team, playing without top returner Nick Choate who was competing in the Western Kentucky Open, came out on top with a team score of 335. Murray followed with a 347, and Tilghman shot 411.
Trigg was led by medalist Cole Gardner, who shot a 5-over-par 77. Kullen Garner followed him with an 83.
Trigg coach Jim Garnett said the highlight of the day came from Carter Sholar, whose second shot on the par-4 third hole from 235 yards out went in the cup for an eagle. Sholar finished the day with an 85 and was followed for Trigg by Jackson Vinson (90), Jake MacNab (94) and Chris Little (96).
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