Trigg County golfer Nick Choate took home another medalist honor after winning a dual match with Mayfield Thursday at Boots Randolph Golf Course. Choate shot a 2-over 38, which was two shots better than teammates Cole Gardner and Kullen Garner.
Trigg County shot a 160 as a team, which was nine shots better than Mayfield.
For the ladies, Trigg County's Madison Chaney took home medalist honors with a 42.
On Tuesday, Trigg County defeated Caldwell County 157-171 at Mineral Mound State Park.
Choate again took medalist honors with an even par 36. Gardner shot a 41, and Garner and Carter Sholar each had a 41.
Lyon County's Cullen Brown and Caldwell County's Daniel Taylor each led their schools with 38s.
Madison Chaney led the ladies with a 42.
Meanwhile, Hopkinsville won a quad match Thursday at Western Hills Golf Course, defeating UHA, Christian County, and Muhlenberg County.
Austin Knight, T.J. Janes, and Dylan Henderson led Hopkinsville with identical scores of 40. Tad Switzer led UHA with a 42, while Christian County's Grainger Greenwell took home medalist honors with a 38.