C.E. Byrd captures boys state golf crown in Division I

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ALLSTATE SUGAR BOWL LHSAA STATE GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS — Division I Boys Final-Day Story
Tuesday, April 30, 2019, at The Wetlands (6,348 yards, par 72), Lafayette, La.

LAFAYETTE – C. E. Byrd used a balanced set of scores to claim the boys’ Division I team title and Brayden Seguin of Catholic-Baton Rouge had the day’s best round to take the individual crown Tuesday at the Allstate Sugar Bowl LHSAA State Golf Championships.

Byrd claimed its fifth state team title in the last six years by getting two-under 70 scores from Jake Marler and Payne Johnson, an even-par 72 from Porter May and a three-over 75 from Hayes Hubble for a one-under 287 team score in Tuesday’s final trip around the 6,348-yard par-72 The Wetlands course.

That score was a 21-stroke improvement over Byrd’s 308 first round and provided a 595 tournament total, good enough for a five-stroke win over Alexandria at 600. St. Paul’s, the first-round leader at 293, finished with a 308 and was in third place at 601 while Catholic-Baton Rouge was fourth at 604.

Byrd defended its 2018 title when it won by a 25-stroke margin over Jesuit, which finished fifth this year at 624.
Seguin, who entered Tuesday’s final round one shot back of Quinn Garcia of St. Paul’s, had six birdies in his final 12 holes including four on the back nine to finish with his second straight three-under 69 total. That helped him hold off Garcia, who shot a back-nine 32 that included an eagle at the par-five 11th hole and three birdies in his final five holes.

Garcia, the first-round leader with a four-under 68, had a final round 71 to finish one stroke back at 139, while Marler finished third individually for the second straight year with a three-under 141. Karan Patel of Alexandria and Eli Hill of Airline shared fourth place at even-par 144.

2019 ALLSTATE SUGAR BOWL LHSAA STATE GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS
Division I Boys Final-Day Results
Tuesday, April 30, 2019
At The Wetlands (6,348 yards, par 72), Lafayette, La.

TEAM STANDINGS
C. E. Byrd 308-287 – 595
Alexandria 298-302 – 600
St. Paul’s 293-308 – 601
Catholic High (BR) 309-295 – 604
Jesuit 312-312 – 624
Sulphur 329-313 – 642
Barbe 322-336 – 658
Brother Martin 333-330 – 663

INDIVIDUAL STANDINGS

Brayden Seguin, Catholic-BR 69-69 – 138
Quinn Garcia, St. Paul’s 68-71 – 139
Jake Marler, C. E. Byrd 71-70 – 141
Karan Patel, Alexandria 69-75 – 144
Eli Hill, Airline 71-73 – 144
Brayden Wright, Sulphur 75-70 – 145
Chance Queen, Alexandria 73-73 – 146
Payne Johnson, C. E. Byrd 76-70 – 146
Drew Bennett, Airline 80-70 – 150
Owen Hayden, St. Paul’s 72-78 – 150
Britton Khalaf, Jesuit 75-77 – 152
Porter May, C. E. Byrd 82-72 – 154
Landon Nobles, Alexandria 75-80 – 155
Andrew Barreca, Jesuit 78-77 – 155
Hayes Hubble, C. E. Byrd 80-75 – 155
Zach Bollinger, Alexandria 81-74 – 155
Jace Benoit, Sulphur 82-73 – 155
Carson Caruso, Catholic-BR 82-73 – 155
Riley Hnatyshyn, St. Paul’s 79-77 – 156
Josh Achord, St. Paul’s 74-82 – 156
Kyle Bennett, Zachary 76-81 – 157
Jackson Maniscalco, Jesuit 78-79 – 157
Michael Faust, Brother Martin 81-77 – 158
Peyton Johnson, C. E. Byrd 81-78 – 159
Collin Stinson, Dutchtown 79-80 – 159
Johnathan Ellis, Catholic-BR 84-75 – 159
Zachary Robertson, Barbe 76-84 – 160
Peyton Canter, St. Amant 80-80 – 160
Cameron Avery, Brother Martin 80-80 – 160
Merrick Rotolo, Jesuit 81-79 – 160
Will Perilloux, Catholic-BR 82-78 – 160
Reeves Pullin, Ruston 86-76 – 162
Trevor Windham, Catholic-BR 76-88 – 164
Zach LeBlanc, Barbe 82-82 – 164
Caleb Fontenot, Barbe 82-83 – 165
Ricky Blair, Parkway 81-84 – 165
John Bendernagel, Jesuit 85-81 – 166
Stephen Faucheaux III, Holy Cross 82-85 – 167
Patrick Blaum, St. Paul’s 84-84 – 168
Drew Ainsworth, Barbe 82-87 – 169
Jared Pousson, Sulphur 84-85 – 169
Dwayne Heron, Brother Martin 87-83 – 170
Joey Schmidt, Brother Martin 85-90 – 175
Luke Hightower, Sulphur 88-87 – 175
Eli Collins, Brother Martin 88-93 – 181
Austin Nolen, Barbe 91-90 – 181
Aaron Hunter, Alexandria 95-86 – 181
Kolby Trusclair, Sulphur DQ-85

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