Grayson got a pair of 36s from Matthew Wilson and Joey Snyder and set a school record for a nine-hole match in a 147-152 win over Brookwood at Summit Chase Country Club. Michael Clay shot 37 and Connor Dickinson shot a 38 for the Rams, who have not lost a dual match this season. . . .
Parker Derby shot a two-day 144 and helped Brookwood finish sixth in the 19-team Joe King Invitational in Auburn, Ala. James Clark shot 151 and Mercer Clark shot 156 for Brookstone, the reigning Class A champions. Charlie Flowers shot 151 for Columbus, which placed ninth. . . .
The Johnson boys, led by Carter Cagle, won the Border War Challenge at the Hampton Golf Village. Cagle shot a 41 in the final round to help Johnson finish with a 522. Lumpkin County was second with 541, as Austin Booker closed with a 38. . . .
Archer’s Casey Milewski set a school record with a 39 at the Providence Club and the Tigers beat Central Gwinnett in the dual meet.
Buford’s boys and girls scored a sweep over Jefferson; the Wolves got a 38 from Joey Dando and a 45 from Bailey Burnette in a match played at The Traditions. . . . Darby Gentry shot a 39 for Hebron Christian in a dual match against Commerce. . . . Riverside Academy’s Coleman Lowenthal shot a 38 in a dual-match win over Commerce at the Chattahoochee Golf Course. . . . Davis Parker of Westside Augusta, Emmanuel Kountakis of Lakeside Evans and Patrick Sherlock each shot 37 in a three-team match that Lakeside won at Jones Creek. . . .
North Murray shot a 307 and won the LaFayette Invitational at the LaFayette Golf Course. Heritage was six shots behind, with Northwest Whitfield in third at 314. Justin Wallin led LaFayette with a 73, while Brooks Thomas had a 75 for Ringgold and Gavin Reeves carded a 76 for Heritage. Cole Skaggs of Fort Payne was the medalist at 71.
The Buford boys handed West Hall its first loss. Colby West and Rob Hunter won in the first two singles positions and the No. 2 doubles team of Jabin Stepp and Nicholas Becker won in the 3-2 decision. . . .
The Hebron boys are 7-0 after a 4-1 win over Dacula. Justin Starner and Johnell McLean, the No. 1 doubles team, sparked the victory between the neighborhood rivals. The Lions also won the girls match. . . . Henessey Ngo won at No. 1 singles and Brookstone beat Pace Academy 3-2 in the final match of the LaGrange Invitational. Ngo was 3-0 in the tournament, beating Sydney Gaston of Carrollton and Maddi Johnson of Dunwoody.
Hebron Christian’s boys remained undefeated with a 5-0 win over Towns County. Jerod Beck and Josh Beck sparked the Lions, who improved to 9-0. . . . The Winder-Barrow boys knocked off rival Apalachee 4-1. . . . Quentin Lavender led Mill Creek to a 5-0 win over Norcross. . . . Chris Clark helped Collins Hill blank Duluth 5-0 and improve its record to 12-2. . . . The Peachtree Ridge girls got a win from Jessica Northcutt at No. 1 and beat Meadowcreek 5-0. . . . Abbie Wehr helped Collins Hills to a 5-0 win over the Duluth girls.