The Paris High School boys golf team competed in the Mount Pleasant Varsity Golf Tournament at the Mt. Pleasant Golf Club on Monday. Solid play across the board helped the Wildcat golfers win the tournament in Mount Pleasant. Paris finished first place overall as a team with a total score of 325.
Paris junior Mason Napier shot the lowest score for his team. Napier finished with a 73 overall as he shot just one stroke over par to take home first place individually. Tyler Harvey placed second individually with a score of 75. Wildcats senior Tate Lewis also placed individually as he earned third place with a score of 78. Adam Clement and Matthew Scott also the Wildcat golfers win big with scores of 99 and 103, respectively. Erickson Mathieu recorded the lowest stroke total in junior varsity with a score of 112.
Paris has two top-three tournament finishes under its belt in 2020. In 2018, the Wildcats recently ventured to Austin to compete at the UIL State Golf Meet. Paris’ accomplishment, under the guidance of head coach Randall Lewis, came for the first time in decades. The team is working towards another appearance for the second time in three years. The COVID-19 pandemic took away a repeat opportunity for Paris this past Spring.
Mount Pleasant finished as the runner up as the host team. The Tigers finished in second place with a team score of 330. For more sports coverage, click here.