MANCHESTER, Tenn. (WRCB) -- Blakesly Warren and her Baylor teammates doubled their fun Tuesday.
The senior standout shot a 4-under par 140 to claim her second straight individual state title and help the Lady Raiders win their second straight Division II-AA girls state golf championship at Willowbrook Golf Club.
Warren's back-to-back rounds of 70 were six shots better than Ensworth's Alexandra Farnsworth, who finished runner-up. Baylor's two-day team total of 294 was 11 shots better than the runner-up Tigers.
Warren's sophomore teammate Katherine Holmes finished fourth in the individual standings at 8-over 152.
St. Agnes finished third at 323 while Girls Preparatory School was fourth at 360.
Baylor finished runner-up in the team standings on the boys' side, finishing 11 shots behind state champion MUS. McCallie finished tied for fourth.
The Owls shot 1-under 287 as a team in Tuesday's final round to pull away from the field for a two-day total of 588. Baylor's second-day 301 left the Red Raiders second at 599, one shot ahead of third-place Briarcrest.
McCallie's Patrick McDonald finished runner-up in the individual standings at -2 overall. He entered Tuesday with a four-shot lead, but shot a 3-over 75 in his final round. MUS' Hays Moreland claimed medalist honors at -4 overall after a final-round 69.
Oliver Simonsen finished third at -1 to lead Baylor's contingent.
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