CARROLLTON — The All Saints boys, led by medalist Jackson Smith, captured the TAPPS District 2-4A golf championship on Monday at Indian Creek Country Club.

In the girls division, Grace Community placed second with Ellen Dixon winning medalist honors, followed by teammate Natalie Mills. All Saints' Frances Hackney was seventh with a 100. Ferrell Clyde and Emily Evans also played for All Saints.

The top four teams and top 10 individuals advance to regionals April 22 at the Rawls course in Lubbock.

The All Saints boys carded a 325 to win by 10 strokes over runner-up Dallas Parish. Grace Community placed fourth with a 377. Smith carded a 75 to top the field, while teammate Andrew Bloch was fourth at 78. Trevor Long was seventh with an 83. Collin Howell (89) and Luke Haberle (91) were also members of the All Saints team.

Tanner Starr led Grace with a 92. Other Cougars were Clay Costiloe, Trey Marshall, Danny Kelley and Blake Kizer.

In the girls division, Grace was second at 424. Dixon led with a 93, while Mills was second at 97. Mitali Ghuge was 10th at 104. Baily Barret (131) and Libby Barret (130) also competed for Grace.

Bishop Gorman was fourth at 471. Team members are Sarah Beth Terry (105), Laura Meads (115), Colleen Allare (121) and Meridith Buzbee (130).

Dallas Parish Episcopal won the girls tournament title.

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