Mount Paran’s Parker Rostowsky holds the team’s scorecard after winning the Class A private-school state title Tuesday in Locust Grove.

Mount Paran Christian’s Parker Rostowsky shared individual honors for the Class A private-school state championship as the two-day tournament concluded Tuesday at Heron Bay Golf Club in Locust Grove.

Rostowsky shot a 2-under par 70 on Tuesday to finish at 5-under 139, which put him in a tie for first with Brookstone’s William Sluder.

The team competition saw Mount Paran finish fifth. Conner Rostowsky tied for 18th at 151, while Luke Dayton shot 156.

North Cobb Christian’s Robert Howard, the defending individual state champion, shot 152, which put him in a tie for 21st.

In all, Cobb County had five teams finish in the top 10 of the various tournaments held around the state.

Walton’s girls finished sixth in the Class AAAAAAA tournament at Spring Hill Country Club in Tifton. Angela Deng led the Lady Raiders, shooting a second day 6-over 78 to finish in a tie for ninth at 159. Audrey Stasko was 22nd, with Cat Cutter 27th. Campbell’s Ana Herndon was 37th.

On the boys side, the second round at Sunset Country Club in Moultrie was canceled due to inclement weather. Walton and Hillgrove finished tied for 10th place at 29-over. Lassiter was 12th at 31-over.

Hillgrove was led by Adam Borowski and Connor Hixson, who shot 76 and 77, respectively, in the first round. Matthew Giesler led Walton at 76, with Avery Arasin and Matthew Feste shooting 80. Jack Shade led Lassiter with a 77.

Individually, Borowski, Giesler and North Cobb’s Robbie Rainey finished tied for 14th place. Shade finished 24th.

In Class AAAAAA, the Harrison boys finished 10th at Jekyll Island’s Pine Lakes course. The Hoyas’ Mike Leanos finished tied for 26th with a final score of 8-over 152.

Allatoona and Harrison finished fifth and 14th, respectively, in the girls tournament at Jekyll Island’s Indian Mounds course.

Harrison’s Lauren Welte was 17th after posting a 12-over 84 for a final score of 165. Pope’s Makenna Brindley finished tied for 18th at 166, Allatoona’s Madison Panter was 22nd at 170 and the Lady Buccaneers’ Rachel Warner tied for 32nd at 180.


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