The ladies led off the day with a nine hole event. The girls from Ocoee Middle posted a team total of 91, seven strokes better than second place Riceville Elementary.
Kelsey Cassada paved the way to the championship for the Lady Colts, firing a 42, good enough to garner individual medalist honors.
Olivia Williams turned in a 49, followed by Katie Medley with a 51 to round out the ladies scoring.
Chilhowee Middle School will join the ladies from Ocoee and Riceville in the six team region championship next Monday.
Danielle Bates set the pace for Chilhowee with a 46, earning third place medalist honors.
Cleveland’s Rheagan Hall also earned a berth to the region with a 52. The ladies from Ocoee, Riceville, and Chilhowee will join Baylor, Signal Mountain, and GPS, which have already punched their tickets to the tournament.
The Ocoee boys were equally successful, bringing home the team championship. Baylor McGowan earned first place individually and led the way for the Colts, shooting a solid 79, followed by an 80 from Dylan Lillard, good enough for second place individually, an 84 by Nick McCracken and an 88 from Cory Rollins for the championship team total of 331.
Austin Norman also added an 89 for the Colts. Riceville earned second place shooting a 365, and Cleveland Middle rounded out the top three with a 378.
The Raiders’ Tucker Jones earned third place individually by winning a sudden death playoff after tying Cade Puryear from Riceville with an 83 on the day.
The boys from Ocoee, Riceville, and Cleveland will join McCallie, Baylor, and Loftis, who qualified through the Chattanooga district, in the region. The region championship will be held next Monday, May 14, at Chatata Valley Golf Club.