Thomas County Central piggybacked its first place finish at the Northside-Warner Robbins Inviational with a win in its final home match of the year at Country Oaks.
Central, which collated a 165, ousted Thomasville (192) and Early County (217) in the back-nine match on Monday.
Central’s Ryan Walters (37), Ashton Denton (39), Corey Taylor (42) and Sam Sessions (47) were the low scorers on the par-36.
Thomasville countered with Jack Wise (47), Ryan Owens (47), Cason Wells (48) and Matthew Huddleston (50).
“It was an enjoyable day,” Central coach Sam Holland said. “Our guys have gotten to know the Thomasville golfers well. We always enjoy playing each other.”
The cross-town schools have met twice before this spring in a scramble format that grouped players from each team, including the girls and middle school squads.
Monday, however, featued a head-to-head match that also incorporated Early County.
Central and Thomasville continue down the final stretch of the season on Tuesday.
The Bulldogs travel to Cairo Country Club to take on host Cairo in a non-region match. The Jackets are in action against Lee County at the Grand Island Country Club in Leesburg.
Both squads still eye their respective region tournaments next week.
Thomasville will play in the 1-AA match at Donalsonville County Club next Tuesday. Cental will take on 1-AAAAA foes at Maple Ridge in Columbus.
“Today was just another stepping stone for trying to get ready for the region,” Thomasville coach Keith Mobley said. “If the boys play like they’re capable of, they’ve got a good shot at winning it.”
Holland added: “It was a good tune up and another day of competition. Any time you can put guys i a situation where they have to make shots, you’re going to get better.”