LEWISTOWN Nick Obie finished with an 83 and won the boys' individual title in a chip-off, and Havre rallied from eight strokes down after nine holes to win the team title at the Lewistown Invitational golf tournament Tuesday.
"It was extremely windy with 25-45 mile per hour winds in 40-degree temperature," Havre coach Keith Evenson said. "I was really pleased with (the boys') consistency."
Havre teammates Kevin Harada and Troy Toner each fired an 84 Harada placed fourth overall after winning the chip-off and Jason Johnstone and Trent Normandy shot an 87 and 88, respectively.
Havre placed fourth overall in the girls' tournament behind winner Billings Central, Fort Benton and C.M. Russell's junior varsity.
Jessica Sande led the Ponies with a 98 for fifth overall, and Julie Wagner shot a 102. They were followed by Katie Miller and Mikyla Veis, who each shot a 114, and Beth Anderson's 115.
Team standings Havre 338, Lewistown 345, C.M. Russell JV 348, Billings Central 351.
Havre finishers Nick Obie 83, Kevin Harada 84, Troy Toner 84, Jason Johnstone 87, Trent Normandy 88.
Team standings Billings Central 385, Fort Benton 424, C.M. Russell JV 426, Havre 428, Belgrade 434.
Havre finishers Jessica Sande 98, Julie Wagner 102, Katie Miller 114, Mikyla Veis 114, Beth Anderson 115.