After a double-bogey on No. 4 brought him back to even, Montrose's Dawson Hussong birdied three of four holes en route to shooting a three-under-par 69 to win the Steamboat Springs Invitational on Thursday.
Hussong started on No. 18 and made birdie on his first hole of the day. He moved to two-under on three before his double-bogey put him back to square one. He recovered nicely on No. 6 to get back to red numbers.
Birdies on the eighth and ninth holes put him at three under, where he would finish.
Montrose also grabbed the team win, shooting two-over to beat out Grand Junction by seven strokes. Basalt rounded out the top three, shooting 12-over as a team.
Basalt's Holden Kleager, Eagle Valley's Barrett Jones and Grand Junction's Blake Schneiter and Canon Olkowski all shot even par.
Fossil Ridge cruises at The Olde Course
Dillon Stewart shot a 66 and Fossil Ridge was even as a team, coming away with both the individual and team wins at the Loveland Invite.
The Sabercats also got top-four finished from Jack Hastings (71) and Gavin Hagstrom (75). Loveland's Hauke Mersmann finished third with a 74.
Eaglecrest's Bryant wins again
Davis Bryant just keeps on winning. The Eaglecrest senior shot a 69 at Murphy Creek to take Thursday's Centennial League tournament.
Cherokee Trail's Supawich Boonta was the only other player under par, shooting a two-under.
With three players in the top 10, Arapahoe grabbed the team win.