Tyler Haines, Marvin Ridge
Haines had a great season as one of the Mavs top golfers. This year, he tied for sixth in the 3A Midwestern region with a score of 79. The following weekend, he led the Mavs with a two-day score of 158 (77, 81), good enough for him to tie for 27th.
Wes Helms, Cuthbertson
Helms was the Cavs top golfer and most even-keeled performer all season long. He carded a 74 at the Midwestern Regional to tie for third place. At the state championship, he led Cuthbertson by finishing tied for 41st with rounds of 79 and 82 for a two-day total of 161.
Joe O’Callaghan, Marvin Ridge
One of four Mavs to make the first team, O’Callaghan proved he belonged at the postseason matches. At the regional championship, he tied for 14th with a round of 80. The following week at states he tied for 32nd with a total of 159 (80, 79).
Zach Pardoll, Marvin Ridge
Pardoll had a fantastic showing at the 3A Midwestern regional and consistently scored low for the Mavs. He shot a 74 to tie for third place in the region, as well as shot rounds of 78 and 82 for a two-day 160 that was good for a tie for 35th in the state.
Chris Poor, Marvin Ridge
Another of the talented Marvin Ridge golfers, Poor had a standout season for the Mavs. He carded a 79, which was good enough to tie for ninth at the regional match. He followed that up with rounds of 77 and 81 to post a two-day score of 158, good for a tie for 27th.
Karsten Shields, Metrolina Christian
The county’s top private-school golfer, Shields ended his season on a high note with a strong performance at the NCISAA 3A championship. There, Shields shot rounds of 75 and 77 for a two-day total of 152 that was good for a tie for 13th place.
Matt Song, Central Academy
One half of an exciting brother duo for the Cougars, Song had a fantastic season. At the regional championship, he fired a 74 to place second and just one shot off the leader. Song also tied for 15th at the state meet with rounds of 85 and 80 on a tough course.
Nick Song, Central Academy
The other half of the Song duo, Nick was fantastic all season in leading the Cougars. He shot an 80 at the regional championship, but turned in a top-10 performance at the state meet, placing ninth with a two-day score of 162 (75, 87).
Nick Sutton, Porter Ridge
Sutton led the Pirates to a third-place finish in the region with a great performance. The Union County Weekly Golfer of the Year fired a round of 72 to tied for first place. The following week, he led the Pirates by tying for 16th in the state with a two-day score of 151 (76, 75).
Travon Willis, Porter Ridge
Willis was one half of a power hitting crew that led the Pirates to a great season on the links. He shot a 77 at the 4A Midwestern Regional championship to tie for 13th, and shot a pair of 76s to finish with a two-day 152 that was good enough to tie for 16th at states.
Luke Cashion Marvin Ridge; Will Conway, Weddington; Johnny DiCristo, Porter Ridge; Luke Gossert, Porter Ridge; Lucas Helms, Metrolina Christian; Layne Lambert, Metrolina Christian; Ryan O’Neil Cuthbertson; Nick Smith, Union Academy; Wes Stedem, Porter Ridge; Hunter Treece, Central Academy