The Lake Havasu boys golf team edged out Mohave Accelerated in a three-team match at Laughlin Ranch Golf Course on Tuesday.
The Knights finished with one less stroke than the Patriots, shooting a total score of 177. The Patriots finished at 178 while Mohave, the third team, shot a 247. Havasu’s one-stroke victory comes nearly a week after the Knights defeated the Patriots by seven strokes.
Adan Sanchez led the way for the Knights after shooting the lowest overall score on Tuesday with a 39 (3-over par). Sanchez’s score is an improvement from a 44 he shot in last week’s victory over the Patriots.
Lane Daigle recorded the Knights’ next best score with a 42, good for third lowest of the day. Derek McCoy shot a 45, followed by Jenson Salazar recording a 51 and Robert Minden finishing at 55.
Lake Havasu coach Nate Koch mentioned his alternates Austin Kistler and Evan Tower playing solid rounds at Laughlin Ranch. Kistler shot a 51 and Tower finished at 56.
The Knights conclude the regular season at home with a four-team match against Kingman, Lee Williams and Mohave at the Lake Havasu Golf Club on Monday. Tee time is scheduled for 3 p.m.