Lee Williams golfers win third straight contest

Lee Williams’ Corey Smith escapes trouble out of a trap Friday at Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course. Smith and teammate Richard Serrano were co-winners in Tuesday’s match at Laughlin Ranch. (JC AMBERLYN/Miner)

Lee Williams’ Corey Smith escapes trouble out of a trap Friday at Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course. Smith and teammate Richard Serrano were co-winners in Tuesday’s match at Laughlin Ranch. (JC AMBERLYN/Miner)

KINGMAN - The Lee Williams boys golf team won its third consecutive match Tuesday at Laughlin Ranch.

The Volunteers shot a 25-over-par 169 to beat out Mohave (215) and Kingman (246).

Lee Williams' Richard Serrano and Corey Smith were co-winners in the individual event.

Both players shot 7-over-par 43s. Chase Williams (44) was one shot behind.

"We have been on a real roll lately," said LWHS coach Stephen Shuffler. "Winning three in a row is always nice. I'm really proud of my boys and their play down the stretch."

Kingman's Logan Dollarhide led the Bulldogs with a 59.

Lee Williams plays at Antelope Hills today in Prescott against Prescott, Deer Valley and Liberty.

The Bulldogs play in Prescott Valley against Bradshaw Mountain, Centennial and Mohave.