The Sonora and Mason boys golf teams finished fourth and fifth, respectively, at the Class 2A state golf tournament after completing the final round of play Tuesday.
The Broncos turned in a two-day score of 639 finishing one stroke shy of third-place finishers Albany. Sonora finished day one with a score of 321 but gained ground on Albany on day two with a score of 318 after Albany posted a 332 on day two.
Dylan Ford led the way for the Broncos finishing first in Class 2A after turning in a two-day total of 138. Weston Fisher was the next highest finisher for Sonora tied for 17th place with a score of 157. Jacob Perez finished in 26th with 165 and Raul Arredondo finished 47th with a 179 to round out Sonora’s competitors.
Mason finished fifth with a two-day score of 655 which was 35 strokes ahead of sixth place Vega and 16 strokes behind Sonora. Mason finished the first day two strokes behind Sonora with a score of 323 but lost ground to the Broncos after turning in a 332 on day two.
Cade Dudney led the way for Mason finishing tied for 13thth with a score of 156, Cy Nobles finished 24thth with a score of 162, Wyatt Row tied for 29thth at 169 and Kalen Langehennig tied for 34th with a score of 172 after two days.
Central’s Colin Leonard competed as an individual in the Class 6A state competition and finished in a tie for eighth overall with a two-day scorecard of 143.
This article originally appeared on San Angelo Standard-Times: Sonora, Mason place in top 5 at Class 2A state golf tourney