A year after finishing as the state runner-up last year, the Bishop England boys golf team would not accept second-place this season.
The Bishops captured their sixth state title in school history, wrapping up the Class AAA title on Tuesday by 12 strokes. Bishop England led by one stroke after 18 holes, shot 318 on the second day to pull away.
Austin Scott led the charge, shooting 153 (76-77) to earn all-state honors with his third-place individual finish. JJ Keane shot 162 to finish in a tie for 14th, also good enough for all-state honors.
Luke Walmet shot 81-82 for a two-day total 163, good for a tie in 16th-place, while Sam Manning also cracked the top 20, finishing at 164, including a second-round 79.
Bishop England’s final scorer was Tommy Verner at 170, tying for 28th overall.
Hanahan’s Jake Snelgrove shot 80-79 for a 159, also earning all-state honors. Hanahan finished in 14th-place in the team standings.
Wando finished fourth overall in the Class AAAAA state tournament, held in Florence. The Warriors posted a two-day team score of 601, finishing 52 strokes behind state champion Gaffney.
Austin Mosher set the pace for Wando, carding a 143 (73-70) to earn all-state honors. Jared Courtenay shot 150 (71-79).
James Island finished in ninth-place in the final team standings with a team score of 621. Drayton Stewart shot 146 (71-75) to earn all-state honors.
Summerville came in at 13th in the team standings with a 639. Jack Robinson paced the Green Wave with a 154 over the 36-hole event.