Tampa Prep freshman Lilly Berry and Cambridge Christian sophomore Latanna Stone and senior Ashley Zagers placed in the top 10 after Saturday’s second round of the Class A state tournament in Howey-in-the-Hills.
Berry finished tied for eighth with a 73-74—147 on the Mission Inn and Resort’s Las Colinas course. Stone (71-77—148) and Zagers (74-74—148) both tied for 10th.
Freshman Mimi Chen of Lake Mary Prep won individual honors with an impressive 8-under 136. She shot 6-under 66 on Saturday.
Lake Mary Prep also won the team title with a score of 575. That was 11 shots better than second-place Orlando First Academy.
Cambridge Christian was seventh overall with 679. Tampa Prep finished 12th with 717.
In the boys tournament on the El Campeon course, Clearwater Central Catholic finished seventh with a two-day score of 649. Calvary Christian was 12th with 680. Freshman Thomas Salanito was the highest finisher for the Marauders. He shot a two-round total of 10-over 154 to finish 14th. Calvary Christian’s top finisher was junior Jason Langer, who was 32nd with a 17-over 161.
Canterbury senior Dalton Shettle and Tampa Catholic sophomore Dylan Sanchez each qualified as individuals. Shettle finished tied for 37th with 19-over 163. Sanchez was tied for 74th with 178.
Windermere Prep was the team winner with a score of 616. Lake Mary Prep was second with 623. Individually, junior Eugene Hong of Circle Christian won with a score of 1-under 143. He was the only player in the field who finished under par.