SPRINGFIELD — The California Pintos took second place Tuesday in the Class 2 boys golf state championships, finishing with a two-day team score of 662 at Rivercut Golf Course.
It’s the second straight season with a state trophy for the Pintos, who won the Class 2 state title last season.
Summit Christian Academy was this year’s state champion, winning by 32 strokes with a two-day total of 630. Springfield Catholic was third with a 691 and Cole Camp, last year’s Class 1 state champion, placed fourth with a 693.
Will Boyd led California with a state runner-up finish out of 78 golfers in the individual standings. Boyd was the Round 1 leader after shooting a 4-under 68 on Monday, then he posted a 3-over 75 on Tuesday to end with a 1-under 143 for the state championships.
Summit Christian’s Peyton Smith won the individual title with a 2-under 142, carding the low round of the day Tuesday with an even-par 72.
Jackson Hackett also earned all-state honors for the Pintos, tying for 10th place with a 166. He shot an 86 on Tuesday, making the cut for all-state by one stroke.
Ayden Howard tied for 28th with a 175, shooting an 85 in his second round. Jackson Cassil rounded out California’s team score with a 178, putting him in 32nd place after posting an 88 on Tuesday.