The Benton girls and boys golf team finish second out of four teams at a nine hole tournament at Sheridan.
For the girls, Grace Lile shot a 48, Kaylen Presnall shot a 50, Braxton Chumley shot a 52, Kayla Payne shot a 54 and Karli Lipinski shot a 57.
They girls finished second to Lake Hamilton, who shot a 148 as a team. Benton shot a 150 and Sheridan shot a 157.
For Sheridan, Brooke McMellan shot a 46, Camden Nutt shot a 53 and Judy Brown shot a 58.
â€śWe just got to get a couple girls down there in the 40s,â€ť coach Chad Pitts said.
â€śBraxton and Kaylen are around 50 and we need to get them down in the 40s to have a chance to compete.â€ť
Pitts said Lile had an unusual round as she was 12 over par.
The Benton boys team finished second to Sheridan as the Panthers shot a 157.
Austin Eoff shot a 36, Nate Smith shot a 40, Keith Hammer shot a 40, Cameron Treece shot a 41 and Matthew Perry shot a 50.
For Sheridan, Griffin Smith shot a 36, Colton West a 38, Colton Whitmire a 39, Ebin Bland a 39 and Jarrod Starks a 47.
â€śThe nine hole course hurt us a little bit,â€ť Pitts said.
â€śNone of our boys have ever been here before took us a while to get used to it.
â€śFour or five holes were too late for us to adapt. By then it was over. We need a better job of adapting to the course earlier.â€ť
Pitts said if Hammer and Treece continued to shoot in the 40s on nine hole course, he will take it as they are the No. 3 and No. 4 guys.
Smithâ€™s 40 was an unusual round for him but it was his first after being sick all last week.
â€śWe need him to shoot closer to par,â€ť Pitts said.
The Panthers will travel to Lake Hamilton tomorrow.