The Waccamaw High boys golf team ended their season with a seventh place finish at the South Carolina High School League state championship that took place at Camden Country Club May 13 and 14.
The Warriors had a team score of 665 and finished +105 in the 36-hole match. Region 7 rival Bishop England took home their second straight state title, finishing +18 with a team score of 612. The Bishops shot a team score of 298 on day two of the tournament, the lowest score overall.
Chesnee, Woodruff, Camden, Gilbert and Mid-Carolina rounded out the top six.
Georgetown High’s James Gore was the highest finisher of the Georgetown County participants, finishing the individual tournament in 24th place. Gore, the only Bulldog at the state tournament, finished +20 with a two-day score of 160 and a shot a 79 on the first day of the event.
Zary Gouin was the highest finisher for Waccamaw, placing 26th with a two-day score of 162. Gouin shot an 80 on the first day of the tournament, the lowest score of any Warrior during the tournament.
Will Hardwick finished 36th with a score of 167 and Matthew Brown finished tied for 37th with a score of 168.