The Dunwoody Wildcats took home their fifth consecutive DeKalb County Golf Championships title and 11th overall by shooting a boys' tournament record 301 on Monday at Mystery Valley Golf Club.

Senior Ryan Elmore led five Wildcats who shot in the 70s with a one-under-par 71 on the day to capture his fourth consecutive individual title as Dunwoody broke its own team low score of 310 set a year ago.

Sophomore Marcus Byrd was second with a 75 followed by sophomores Peter Trask with a 77 in fifth and Corey Sullivan with a 78 in seventh. Junior Raul Oviedo carded a 79 good for a tie for eighth to be the fifth Wildcat to shoot under 80 for the day.

Lakeside put together an excellent team score of 313 which tied for third best over the history of the tournament to finish runner-up for the fifth consecutive year since winning the title in 2007.

Senior Austin Bowman paced the Vikings' efforts with a team low 76 to take third in the overall standings. Freshman Drew Smith won a card playoff to take sixth with his total of 78 while John Choate was tied for eighth with his round of 79.

Senior Peter Pappas shot a round of 80 to finish 10th overall for the Vikings.

Arabia Mountain junior Darius Davis put together a nice 77 on the day to finish fourth overall and lead the rams to a third place finish in the team standings.

Chamblee totaled a 387 as a team to take fourth with senior Yead Al-Shariff leading the way with an 89 to tie for 16th overall in the individual standings.

Stephenson freshman scored an 83 which was good for 11th overall to lead Stephenson to a fifth place finish and a team total of 390.

Druid Hills was sixth with a team score of 398 as senior Daniel Skelton paced the Red Devils with an 85 to finish 12th overall.

Tucker was the final team to qualify finishing in seventh with a team total of 448.

Columbia's Sarah Kuranga captured her third individual girls' title in four years and second consecutive by breaking 80 with a score of 79.
Kuranga also won the title in 2010 and 2012.

Chamblee junior Kayla McClendon was second with a round of 101 and Martin Luther King Jr.'s Tyler Jackson, a junior, put together a 109 on the day to finish third.

The Lakeside Lady Vikings won their fifth title overall and second consecutive with a 236-251 victory over Arabia Mountain.

Senior Caroline Malone paced the Lady Vikings with a 113 which was good for fourth overall while junior Dahye Jung was seventh overall with a 123.

Arabia Mountain senior Geselle Coleman was fifth with a 120 and Redan junior Sabontu Ahmado rounded out the award winners in sixth place with a 121.

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