The UIL State Golf Tournaments wrapped up Tuesday with two of the six competitions being cut short due to inclement weather.
In Class 4A and 2A, golfers only completed nine holes, finishing with 27 for the tournament.
In 4A, the Andrews girls golf team erased an 11-shot deficit with a team total of (149) at Plum Creek Golf Course in Kyle and finished tied with Argyle (315-160—475).
The winner was ultimately decided with a scorecard playoff, which Argyle won for having the best total score from the fifth golfer.
The Lady Mustangs finished second while Lampasas finished third to complete a sweep for Region I for the top three spots.
It was the first time since 2011 that the Lady Mustangs had not won the state title.
Brynlee Dyas (81-35—116) was the leader for Andrews and finished tied for seventh with two others. Jordyn Hall (82-36—118), Sarah Strube (80-39—119) and Peighton Manning (83-39—122) all finished in the Top 20 with Bailey Ballou (83-45—128) rounding out the scoring.
Alexza Madrid and Kyleigh McGowen finished with a two-day total of 126 and 130, respectively, while Seminole’s Kendra Elias finished with a 128 total.
In Class 2A, the Wink Lady Cats finished in sixth place after its tournament was cut short due to weather at The Legends Golf Course in Kingsland.
Analia Hernandez (98-45—143) finished 15th overall to lead Wink for the tournament. Danni Akers and Emily Valenzuela both finished with a 160 total with Ashlee Blackburn just behind at 161.
Normangee (374-179—533) won the team title with Mason (392-205—597) as the runner-up and Crawford (408-209—617) in third place.
The Class 3A Tournament was able to complete all 36 holes and Compass Academy capped off its first trip to state with a fourth-place finish at ShadowGlen Golf Club in Manor.
The Lady Cougars (402-388—790) improved by 14 shots and were just four shots back from third–place finisher Caldwell (394-392—786). Jordyn Cruz (94-93—187) led Compass Academy as the top finisher in a tie for 19th.
Aubrey Stone (97-96) finished with a two-day total of 193 while Allie Scott (108-95—203) improved by 13 shots to move up the leaderboard. Sierra Dobbs finished with a two-day total of 207.
Wall (353-343—696) won the title followed by runner-up McGregor (382-386—768).