In life as in golf, sometimes the game can be a matter of inches.

In life as in golf, sometimes the game can be a matter of inches.

Or in the case of Monday, one stroke.

The Dickson Comets managed to do just enough as a team to claim the title at the Tishomingo Invitational on Monday, edging out Sulphur by a slim 338-337 margin. 

Brandon Bell won the individual title for the Comets shooting a 71, with Chase Hightower shooting an 80, which tied him for third place overall.

Malique Smith finished tied for eighth overall with an 83, with Dickson teammates Colby Turner and Clancy Meeks shooting 103 and 109 respectively.

Sulphur was led by Hunter Mann with an 80, which tied him for third place, followed by Jared Williams with an 83, which also tied him for eighth place overall.

Mason Lance also placed in the top-10 with an 86, followed by Dawson Hinson with an 89 and Dawson Padgett with a 92. 

Lone Grove finished the tournament with an overall team score of 422. 

Taylor Pittman was the top placer for the Longhorns with a 97, followed by Jackson Ramon and Austin Harris each with a 106. Taylor Eaves carded a 108, with Adam Cleghorn at 111, and Logan Tucker at 120 for the tournament.