South Tama's boys golf team not only produced the winning team at Monday's triangular, but it also had the top two players of the day.
The Trojans competed in La Porte City against Union and Clarksville on Monday afternoon. They took home the team title with a score of 180. union was second with a 188 and Clarksville was third with a team score of 194.
A pair of Trojans, freshman Colson Frakes and junior Kolton Smith, battled for first place at the meet. After nine holes, the pair finished tied at 41. They played a score-back hole and Frakes won the hole, taking medalist at the meet. Smith placed runner-up for the Trojans.
South Tama freshman Colson Frakes won Monday’s meet in La Porte City with a score of 41.
STC sophomore Ian Slagle and junior Taylen Anderson scored the next best rounds Monday. They shot rounds of 48 and 50 to help the Trojans win the meet.
"I was very proud of my boys," coach Nate Doran said. "They performed well and came to play. The score of 180 is the best score the varsity has produced in my two years as head coach. This is a sign of improvement and the start of things heading in the right direction. We are still a very young team which I see as a good thing."
Last week, the Trojans played in Eldora as South Hardin hosted a meet. Smith finished runner-u at the meet with a nine-hole round of 40.
South Tama will be playing at home Friday against Vinton-Shellsburg. The match begins at 4 p.m.