SEYMOUR – Bedford North Lawrence finished second in a three-team clash on the front nine at Shadowood during high school golf action on Tuesday.
Seymour won the event on its home course with a score of 162. The Stars posted 164, while Providence totaled 178.
Jett Jones paced the Stars with a 39 to share medalist honors, but the Owls clipped BNL for the first time this season.
“We just didn’t go low enough,” BNL coach Jeff Hein said. “We didn’t play poorly, but it wasn’t low enough to win over there. Seymour is a sectional opponent, one of four teams that have a shot to get to the regional. They played well.”
Andon Self and Manny Fontanez carded 39s for Seymour.
Trevin Hutchinson posted a 40, Houston Corbin added a 42, while Colton Staggs and Dylan Endris capped the BNL scoring with 43s.
The Stars will celebrate Senior Night and host Mitchell, West Washington and Salem on Thursday at Otis Park.
SEYMOUR 162, BNL 164, PROVIDENCE 178
Seymour – Oliver Kardos 41, Andon Self 39, Ty Stuckwisch 43, Noah Surface 45, Manny Fontanez 39, Trevor Alberring 50
BNL – Trevin Hutchinson 40, Jett Jones 39, Colton Staggs 43, Tyler Bellush 49, Dylan Endris 43, Houston Corbin 42
Providence – Blain Beckort 39, John Walthers 47, Lincoln Bottorff 45, Camden Uhl 51, Samwise Garcia 47, Jacob Kaiser 48