In one of its most competitive varsity boys golf matches of 2017, Paris hosted a quad meet on Tuesday and just barely finished in second place with a score of 183.

Taking the top spot was Westran with a 182, Cairo was third at 228 and Slater only had two golfers, so it could not post a team score.

Medaling for the Coyotes with a score of 41 was Konner Heitmeyer, Ben Ebbesmeyer carded a 43 for this nine-hole event and Adam Forrest shot a 46. Blake Turner also came in at 53 for Paris and Ryan Ragsdale had a 57.

For Westran Trey Burton also managed a 41, Avery Hammond and Brynden Moore both posted a 46 and laying down scores of 49 and 51 were Ethan Goff and Michael Haynie, respectively.

Cairo, on the other hand, gave a four-man performance highlighted by Trevor Burrus with a 54, Jayden aren and Brayden Vancleve each carded a 57 and Keith Neimeier shot a 60.

Slater's efforts were fairly simple and began with Gaige Boston with a 61 and ended with a 73 by Cole England.

The Paris JV as also on hand for this event as Kyler Berrey had a 60 and pocketing a 63 was Adam McLain.

The Coyotes are at Heritage Hills on Thursday for the Lewis and Clark Conference Tournament.