Cedar Grove junior Noah Kuranga shot a 73 for the second consecutive season to tie for first before losing in sudden death playoff.
Lakeside was the runner-up for the eighth consecutive season behind the play of senior Drew Smith who tied for third with a 77 and senior Tony Bryant and sophomore Zach Garlow who were tied for fourth with a 79.
Senior Imran Dewjee rounded out the scoring for the Vikings with an 83 to tie for sixth with Dunwoody sophomore Ben Warren.
Arabia Mountain was in third with a team score 365 led by junior Nylan Washington’s 77 which was in a three-way tie for third.
A three-way tie for 10th involved Arabia Mountain senior Charles Porch and freshman Torance Allen and Chamblee sophomore Jimmy McClendon at 92 on the day.
McClendon’s 92 along with sophomore Phil McCrery’s 94 helped the Bulldogs to come in under 400 at 394 to take fourth place in the team standings.