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story.lead_photo.caption SubmittedThe California Pintos boys golf team finished in first place at the Class 2 District 4 Tournament May 10. Pintos golfers Will Boyd and Jackson Hackett qualified for the state meet thanks to their individual performances.

The California Pintos boys golf team took home the Class 2 District 4 Tournament crown May 10, finishing in first place and seeing a pair of Pintos qualify for the state meet.

The Pintos finished in first place with a score of 367, followed by Richmond in second place with a score of 380 and Hallsville in third place with a score of 383. Pintos golfers Will Boyd and Jackson Hackett qualified for the state meet thanks to their individual performances; Boyd finished second overall with a score of 78, while Hackett finished in a tie for 11th place with a score of 92.

As for the rest of the team, Enoch Dunnaway finished in a tie for 19th place with a score of 96 and Kaden Bax finished in a tie for 24th place with a score of 101.

Earlier in the month, the Pintos also played their way to a fourth-place finish May 5 at the Tri-County Conference Tournament; in this case, two Pintos earned all-conference honors.

The Pintos finished with a score of 358 points. Blair Oaks took the tournament crown, finishing in first with 341 points. Southern Boone followed in second with 355 points, and Eldon finished in third with 356 points. Behind the Pintos, Osage finished in fifth with 376 points, Hallsville finished in sixth with 382 points, Versailles finished in seventh with 435 points, and Boonville finished in eighth with 499 points.

For individual results, Will Boyd finished in seventh place overall with a score of 84, and Enoch Dunnaway finished in 10th place with a score of 85. Boyd and Dunnaway earned all-conference honors for finishing in the top 15. Kaden Bax finished in a tie for 16th place with a score of 94, Ian Peterson finished in 18th place with a score of 95, and Jackson Hackett finished in a tie for 19th place with a score of 97.

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