Taking advantage of an excellent weather day, the Thayer Central Titans golf team hosted their own 13-team invite played Wednesday on the Hebron Country Club Golf Course.
Three area schools, Thayer Central, Fairbury, and Southern competed in the 18-hole event.
As a team, Thayer Central finished tied for fourth with Sutton each shooting a score of 362.
Heartland won the team championship firing a total of 343, while Fillmore Central was second with a score of 350.
Titan senior Max Madsen led the way for Thayer Central, as he was the individual medalist in the meet carding an 18-hole score of 77.
Rounding out the scoring for Thayer Central were Jackson Feulner with a 89, Bailey Kiburz shot a 95,  Carter Miller fired a 101, while Logan Wiedel’s score of 103 was not included in the varsity team score.
Thayer Central Titans head golf coach Trey Strong was pleased with the play of the team in its final meet prior to district play.
“We hosted our own invite on Wednesday, and it was a great day for scoring as all the scores were competitive. Our senior, Max Madsen won the event by shooting a 77,” Strong remarked.
Southern finished in sixth place in the final team standings with a score of 366.
Two Southern golfers earned medals for their play.
Will Stanosheck placed 10th with an 18-hole score of 88, and teammate Preston Acton finished 11th  also with a score of 88.
Additional individual scores for the Raiders were Nick Nelson with a 90, Josh Lundstedt shot a 100, and Dalton Zimmerman finished with a 102.
For Fairbury, the Jeffs placed eighth out of 13 teams posting a score of 391.
Sophomore Dalton Petersen paced Fairbury with an 18-hole score of 90.
Completing the scoring list for the Jeffs included Trevin Arnold with a 92, Devin Wanamaker carded a 98, Aden Watson chipped in a 111, and Joe Melcher finished with a 112.
Fairbury will compete on Monday in the 12-team B-3 District Golf Tournament played on the York Country Club Golf Course.
Both Thayer Central and Southern will participate on Tuesday in 15-team C-1 District Golf Meet held on the Woodland Hills Golf Course in Eagle, Neb.