OAKLAND CITY -- Carter Creedon and Paxton Schwomeyer tied for co-medalists to help lead the Wood Memorial boys golf team to a win at their own invitational Saturday at the Oakland City Golf Club.

Both Trojan golfers carded 5-over-par 75's as Wood Memorial posted a team score of 318.

The score was 11 strokes better than Pike Central, while Gibson Southern was third with 346 and Barr-Reeve rounded out the team scores with a 367.

Creedon recorded a trio of birdies in addition to nine pars, while Schwomeyer added a pair of birdies and 10 pars.

Creedon started his round with a birdie on the 500-yard Par-5 No. 1 and parred the next three holes. He also picked up birdies on the 465-yard Par-5 No. 7 and 462-yard Par-5 No. 16.

Schwomeyer rebounded nicely after opening with a double-bogey on No. 1. He carded birdies on No. 16 and the 138-yard Par-3 No. 11.

Jalen Doerner and Justin Strickland rounded out the scoring for the Trojans with a pair of 84's.

Strickland picked up a birdie on the 348-yard Par-4 No. 13 -- the only birdie of the day on the hole.

Brendan Murphy No. 7 in addition to recording nine pars.

Devin Murphy and Max Stoll carded 86's while Cale Martin rounded out the scoring for Gibson Southern with a 93.

Yogi Bottoms shot an 87 for the Trojans but did not have his score count. He recorded the lone birdie of the day on the 169-yard Par-3 No. 6.

Adam May also played for the Titans and fired a 94.

Gibson Southern hosted a triangular against North Posey and Tecumseh on Monday at Cambridge GC, while the Wood Memorial played in a dual at Evansville Bosse.

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