FAIRVIEW - Quality prep golf highlighted the annual Chesley Oaks Spring Classic, hosted by Fairview High School Monday afternoon.
One score recorded was 4-under par, another went at 1-under, one shot even par, six at 1-over and two compiling a two-over tally.
Fairview's Hunter McKelvy was in the mix, getting a 72 that had him 1-over, tied for fourth in the individual group.
Ford Goldasich of Homewood carded a 4-under 67 to win the title, Andrew Miller of White Plains was at 70, a 1-under with teammate Nathan Griffin, a shot back with an even par 71.
McKelvy was joined by Jacob Jenkins of Douglas, plus Homewood golfers Jack Goldasich, Dylan Ford, Ren Riley and Harrison Sims with a 72 for the day, 1-over par.
Fairview coach Kurt Knight was impressed with the individual effort by the eight that were near the par 71 on the course. Brady Rickles of Boaz and Hunter Watts of Alexandria were two over with a 73 while Brock Lawley of Southside-Gadsden finished with a 4-over 75.
Other scores in the 70s were Brooks Malone of Arab and Kenny Okins of White Plains II a 76, Michael Ren of Southside 78, Josh Davis and Gage Miller of White Plains II at 79.
In total, 13 linksters had scores ranging from 4-under to 8-over.
Homewood claimed the team title with the 67 by Ford Goldasich and the 72s from Jack Goldasich, Ford and Riley, getting a 283.
White Plains was next at 296 with Southside in third position at 313, White Plains II fourth place at 318, Arab finishing 5th with a 330, Hartselle sixth at 332, Alexandria 7th with a 337, Brewer in eighth place at 353, Boaz 9th at 360 and Fairview 10th with a 361. A total of 17 teams took part in the 18-hole event.
For the Aggies, Hunter Yeager followed McKelvy's 72 with a 90, Devan Jennings scored a 99 and Carter Robertson shot 100.
The girls division of the Chesley Oaks Spring Classic will be Wednesday with a starting time of 1:00 p.m.
Photo 1: Fairview coach Kurt Knight speaks with Homewood golfers (L-R) Jack Goldasich, Dylan Ford and Ren Riley, plus Douglas golfer Jacob Jenkins prior to a sudden-death playoff for a spot on the Chesley Oaks Classic All-Tournament team.
Photo 2: Fairview golfer gets ready to put on the 13th hole at Chesley Oaks Monday.
Photo 3: The scorecard of the Homewood Patriots. Homewood had a 283, 1-under par as a team to win the Chesley Oaks Classic.
Sportspage photos by Johnny Thornton