Heritage boys golf had three top-10 finishers to win the Continental League tournament at Lone Tree Golf Club.
"I think the team played well today overall," Heritage coach Nicole Poulos said. "It feels like their hard work and preparation that they did in the offseason is starting to pay off."
Paced by Sam Blackwood's first-place finish at one-over, the Eagles shot +25 to beat Regis Jesuit (+31), ThunderRidge (+37) and Highlands Ranch (+43).
"He's started the season pretty strong," Poulos said on Blackwood, who has been on varsity since he was a freshman. "He's gone above and beyond my expectations."
The Eagles' Ben Carrington and Drew Downard finished tied for seventh and tied for ninth, respectively.
"It's exciting to see these five guys," Poulos said. "They encourage each other and they're all friends, but they push each other to be better.
"I think we're in one of the toughest leagues and it's always a grind. It's exciting."
Highlands Ranch's Andrew Davis birdied his final hole to match Blackwood at the top of the leaderboard.
Calvin McCoy finished a stroke behind the two to give Regis Jesuit a third place individual finish.
Pueblo County turns in huge effort to cruise by Cyclone Invite field
Pueblo County's score at the Cyclone Invite of 30-over was 44 strokes better than the second place finisher, Pueblo Central, and 57 better than the next closest team.
The Hornets had the top three individual scores.
Andrew Egan led the field with a score of two-over, followed by Anthony Romero and Brock Rodrigues.
Lamar wins Florence Husky Invite
Lance Peters won the individual field at the Husky Invite for Trinidad, but it was Lamar who turned in a consistent team effort for the win.
The team shot 11-over with scores of one-over from Jimmy Clark, Brock Reedy's three-over and a +7 from Dylan McTaggart.