While the rain might have stayed away on Wednesday, there was no stopping the offensive storm that was the Plainview Lady Indians golf team at the Lake Country Conference championship.

While the rain might have stayed away on Wednesday, there was no stopping the offensive storm that was the Plainview Lady Indians golf team at the Lake Country Conference championship.

Plainview continued its impressive season with another championship, as the Lady Indians won with a team score of 318, ahead of second placed Dickson at 378 at Falconhead Golf Course and Resort.

On the boys side, it was Kingston claiming the overall team title, with the Sulphur Bulldogs finishing second overall.

The Lady Indians had every golfer finish in the top-five of the individual standings, led by individual champion Reagan Chaney who carded a 73, with Hallie Schultz in third at 80 and Adeline Norton close behind in fourth with an 81. 

Lindyn Ross and Carrie Hutchings tied for fifth with an 84. 

Dickson was led by Maisie Liddell who finished second overall with a 77, followed by Parker Garrett with a 91, which brought her ninth overall. 

Came McGahey shot a 104, with Machelle Woods at 106, and Baylie Hughes at 111. 

Lone Grove finished in third overall in the girls standings with a 380 team score, with Megan Biber the top finisher in eighth place with a 90. 

Shelby DeLano shot a 94, with Madison Anderson close behind at 95. Paige Anderson finished at 101, with Ashley Brown at 139. 

Courtney Sprouse and Madelynn Stiles played as individuals, shooting a 105 and 134 respectively. 

Sulphur’s girls finished with a 424 team score, with Jordan Goodman shooting a 93, followed by Emilee Handy at 100, Kaytee Waters at 113, Genevieve Dakour at 118, and Kirby Snow at 134. 

Madill’s Lady Wildcats shot a 482 for the tournament, with Bethany Phillips leading the way with a 118, followed by Bethany Effinger at 119, Belew Moreno at 120, Molly Coleman (125) and Maddison Grant (139). 

Leading the way for the Sulphur Bulldogs was Mason Lance, who finished fourth overall with an 83. 

Hunter Mann, Dawson Padgett, and Dawson Hinson all finished tied for seventh with an 85, while Darin Jones shot a 107. 

Plainview’s boys were led by Sam Morgan with an 86, followed by Carson Allen (93), Nick Owen (95), Luke Christensen (122), and Ethan Lambe (125). 

Madill’s Wildcats were led by Casey Jones who finished in fifth overall with an 84, followed by Britton Goss with an 89, Jacob Massey at 93, Eziekal Fuentes at 97 and Ian Zang at 102. 

Lone Grove’s boys team was led by Tyler Eaves with a 99, followed by Landon Howell (100), Conner Corbell (113), Evan Copeland (119), and Logan Tucker (129). 

Chase Hightower led the way for the Dickson Comets as he finished tied for seventh at 85, with Jakob Cook shooting a 111, Jonathan MC carding a 120, and Cayden Thompson at 130.