Jacob Smith recovers from his lone double-bogey with an eagle and cruised to a win at Tuesday's Rifle Invitational.
He ended his day with a four-under-par 68, winning the tournament by a staggering 13 strokes. He couldn't lift his team to the title, however, as Summit was able to edge Rifle by just three strokes.
But it was Smith who impressed the most on the day. He went three-under going out, including an eagle on No. 2, a 477-yard par five.
His second eagle on the day came on No. 17, a hole after he made double-bogey. He recorded only two holes over par through the entire round.
Tyler Horii was the top player for Summit, shooting a 81 to help lead his team to a win.
Prairie View dominates the top of the EMAC North leagerboard
Prairie View had four of the top five finishers at Tuesday's EMAC North tournament at Coyote Creek Golf Course.
The only spot they couldn't grab in the tournament was the top one. Jay Audette-Smith shot a 76 to grab the win, beating Thunderhawks senior Terrance Barrios and freshman Tyler Jenson by just one stroke.
Mead's T.J. Shehee stands tall at Highland Meadows
Mead's T.J. Shehee and Sterling's Brayden Lambrecht each shot a 69 at the Trial-Valley tournament at Highland Meadows on Tuesday.
According to iWanamaker, it was Shehee who came away with the win.
Lambrecht didn't go home empty-handed, however, as Sterling grabbed the team win, shooting only four-over as a team.