Hillsboro finished second in the four-man and six-man divisions to lead area teams competing at the 10-school Hillsboro Invitational Friday at the Municipal Golf Course.
The Trojan four-man team was led by Daniel Kunan?taev, who shot a 79 on the home course to place third individually. He was followed by Daniel Dick (10th, 87), Devin Dick (25th, 95) and Jared King (29th, 98).
Their combined score of 359 placed them six strokes behind Halstead, who also won the six-man division with a score of 533, which was 33 strokes ahead of Hillsboro.
Evan Just (28th, 98) and Landon Herbel (45th, 109) contributed to Hillsboro?s six-man total and placed eighth among two-man teams.
Centre placed third in four-man and six-man and Marion was fourth in both divisions.
Centre?s scores were: Heath Hill 83, Adam Matz 87, Tyler Klenda 89, Dylan Svitak 102, Brian Burhoop 102 and Jacob Jennings 106. The Cougar team scores were 569 for six-man, 365 for four-man and 204 for two-man (7th).
Marion?s scores were: Landon Leiker 86, Adam Molleker 94, Jordan Versch 94, Scott Jones 99, Lindsay Hett 100 and Tim Costello 111. The Warrior team scores were 584 for six-man, 398 for four-man and 186 for two-man (4th).
Logan Wedel of Minneapolis was tournament medalist at 78.
The other schools competing were Chapman, Hesston, Bennington and Wichita Collegiate.
Hillsboro coach Scott O?Hare had mixed feelings about his team?s performances at Herington earlier in the week and then at home Friday.
?I was pleased that we finished near the top in both tournaments (third at Herington); however, I am not particularly pleased with our scores,? he said.
?I really feel we have a team that could and should be shooting team scores in the mid-330s or lower, but we are obviously not to that point yet and the guys have some work to do to get there.?
Coming?Hillsboro will compete at the Wichita Collegiate Invitational Friday at the Hidden Lakes course in Wichita. Tee-off time is 3 p.m.