The Prior Lake boys golf team ended up in the middle of the pack in the final South Suburban Conference standings.
The Lakers had a team total of 327 in the final SSC tourney May 20 at the Meadows at Mystic Lake, finishing sixth. Lakeville South won (305), followed by Lakeville North (315), Eastview (318), Farmington (328) and Rosemount (326).
Eagan was seventh (328), followed by Shakopee (331), Apple Valley (337) and Burnsville (377).
The Lakers ended up fifth in the overall SSC standings.
Meanwhile, the Prior Lake girls were eighth in the final league standings after taking eighth in the final SSC tourney May 21 at Emerald Greens Golf Course. The girls had a team score of 386.
Lakeville North won (333), followed by Rosemount (352), Lakeville South (353), Eagan (371), Eastview (375), Shakopee (375) and Apple Valley (377). Burnsville was ninth (400) and Farmington was 10th (424).
Next for both Prior Lake teams is the 36-hole Section 2AAA tourney. The first round is May 29 and the final round is June 3. Both days are at the Ridges of Sand Creek Golf Course in Jordan.
The Prior Lake boys also had its own invitational May 16 at The Wilds Golf Course. The Lakers were fourth out of 14 teams with a 323 total. Orono won (319), followed by Eagan (322) and New Prague (322).
Sophomore Nick Nygaard led boys at their invite with a 77, followed by senior Connor Hofslien (78), senior Matt Peterson (80), senior John Russell (88), sophomore Brody Glass (89) and sophomore Josh Carlson (91).
The Lakers had a second team at its own invite. Sophomore Sam LeJeune shot 93, followed sophomore Bennett Soderbrerg (95), ninth-grader Seth Hennessy (98) and sophomore Matt Christensen (98).
Scores at Meadows for the boys were sophomore Fred Moede (79), senior Carter Taney (82), Hofslien (83), junior Brenden Jore (83), senior Luke Vathing (87) and Peterson (87).
Scores for the Laker girls at Emerald Greens included: senior Isabel Benson (91), junior Sidney Ford (97), senior Charlotte Huntington (99), junior Lynh Tran (99), junior Zoe Chmielewski (105) and junior Britney Maxfield (108).