The golf team did not advance past regionals but put up a fight on April 16-17.

The top two teams and the top two golfers from non-qualifying teams are able to advance to the state tournament in Austin.

"This was a hard course,' Glen Rose head coach Wayne Roberts said. "I know the team is disappointed in how they played but they hung in there."

The Glen Rose Tigers golf team did not advance past regionals, but put up a fight on April 16 to 17 at Bentwood Country Club in San Angelo.

The top two teams and the top two golfers from non-qualifying teams are able to advance to the state tournament in Austin.

"This was a hard course," Head Coach Wayne Roberts said. "I know the team is disappointed in how they played, but they hung in there."

The first day, Shane Strealy shot a 79, Patrick Freehill shot a 90, Peyton Lytle shot a 92 and Chase Harton shot a 98.

On the second day of tournament play, the scores did not improve much. Strealy shot an 83, Harton shot an 87, Freehill shot an 87 and Lytle shot a 101.

"Golf is about handling situations," Roberts said. "You have to give a stroke to the golf course sometimes to save your score two shots…that's golf."