Central Baptist College's Colton Ryan shot a 5-over 77 Tuesday to win the Lyon College Spring Invitational at Melbourne.
Ryan, who finished t 2-over 146, defeted Freed-Hardeman's Hudson Huber in a playoff.
As a team, Central Baptist College golf entered the final round tied for the lead, but shot a final round 314 to finish second, by six strokes, behind champion Freed-Hardeman, who shot a two-round total of 603. In addition to Ryan, Leyton Clark also finished in the top-five, tying for fourth with a two-round total of 149 (+5).
The other three CBC golfers, Dylan Smith, Edward Millan and Jake Walker, all finished tied for 22nd, shooting two-round scores of 15-over 159.
Having not played in a week, Central Baptist College's softball team (12-12, 6-4 AMC) split a doubleheader with Freed-Hardeman (20-11, 12-2), winnng the first game, 13-5 and losing the second, 7-4.
Hunter Clark and Baleigh Jackson both homered for the Mustangs in game one.
St. Joseph softball
St. Joseph edged England, 4-3, at City of Colleeges Park.
Gracie Keathley pitched six innings. Hope Hargrave pitched the seventh, struck out two in getting the save.
Lauren Holbrook had two hits and Emily Briggler one. England committed five errors.
Bailey Atkinson's hit drove in Briggler with the winning run in the seventh.
"This was a good game to watch," said St. Joseph coach Debra Wilhite. "Our defense did a great job and our offense squeaked enough hits for the win."