AUSTIN — As the school year winds down, the final UIL athletic competition for local schools was the Boys State Golf Tournament which was held Monday and Tuesday, May 20-21, at several courses in the Austin area. Two area schools, Grapeland and Cayuga, were represented with teams which had qualified at their respective regional meets. The Grapeland team won the state title in 2017 and 2018 and was looking for the rare three-peat, but the field proved to be very tough this year and the third title eluded them. The 2A competition was held at Roy Kizer Golf Course, a 6,412 yard, par 71 course. The Sandies golfers — Rick Frauenberger, Jack Woodford, Jason Bobbitt, Josh Ackley and Blake Howard — were sitting in sixth place at the end of Day One, with a combined score of 354. Frauenberger led his team with a 75 in Round One. On Tuesday, the team came in with a 323. Their team total of 677 landed the Sandies in fifth place. Frauenberger sliced seven strokes off his first round to post a three-under 68 on Tuesday for a tournament total of 143, which landed him on the medal stand as the third place individual golfer. Bobbitt's two-day total of 163 placed him in the Top Twenty at the tournament. Cayuga came in with a 403 team total on Day One, and improved to a 366 on Day Two. With a total of 769, the Wildcats finished 11th in State. The CHS team consisted of Spencer Calcote, Sean Currie, Andrew B. Scheppler, Eli Lust and Ramsey Oden.