Area golf teams competed in the CBC tournament at Reid Park in Springfield Thursday.
The Benjamin Logan varsity boys won the CBC Mad River title for the second consecutive year.
The Raiders fired a 326, Northwestern followed with a 347, Greenon tallied a 371, Graham shot a 375, Urbana recorded a 383, and Indian Lake carded a 389.
Blaine Ricketts led the effort with a 78, Jordan Sosby and Grant Ricketts each shot an 82, Ed Kenoyer fired an 84, and Mason Cline and Cole Saylor each recorded a 94.
Blaine and Grant Ricketts along with Jordan Sosby and Ed Kenoyer earned first team all league honors.
Cole Saylor was named honorable mention.
Blaine Ricketts was named Mad River Player of the Year.
The Bellefontaine varsity boys finished fifth with a 358.
Travis Fowler shot an 84, Cody Lyons carded an 88, Cody Hullinger contributed a 92, Devin Fowler recorded a 94, Landyn Butler fired a 97, and Jarrett Beck added a 99.
Senior Travis Fowler and junior Cody Lyons received 1st team CBC honors. Fowler was a 4th place conference award winner and Lyons was a 7th place award winner.
(Pictured left to right: Lyons and Fowler)
Tipp City had the lowest overall team total with a 323.
The Indian Lake girls golf team won their first Mad River division title at Cherokee Hills.
The Lakers shot a 383.
Morgan Barnett shot an 88, Sean Pusey carded an 89, Kylie Speicher fired a 94, Ashley Wall recorded a 112, and Murphy Oberle tallied a 129.
Barnett, Pusey, and Speicher were named first team all league. Wall was selected honorable mention.
Barnett earned Mad River Player of the Year.
The Benjamin Logan varsity girls finished second in the Mad River Division with a score of 398.
Domonique Johnson fired an 89, Morgan Fultz shot a 99, Madison Leis contributed a 103, Mary Kerns tallied a 107, and Jessie Dodson added a 120.
Johnson, Fultz, and Kerns all earned first team all league and Dodson and Leis received honorable mention.
The Raiders will head to WGC in Xenia on Monday for Sectionals.
The Bellefontaine girls finished 6th in the CBC with a 429.
Chelsea McLaughlin fired a 91, Allie Skelly carded a 101, Sarah Hall shot a 116, Kathleen Coakley had a 121, and Lisha Taitt recorded a 128.