The Madison Central boys golf team rolled to a 19-stroke victory on Monday at the Ashland Invitational.

The Indians followed up that simply dominant performance with another championship effort.

Led by freshman Clay Pendergrass, Central took first place Tuesday at the Central Kentucky Showdown in Danville.

The Indians finished with a team score of 305 and beat out Mason County by six strokes.

The 18-team event was held at the Danville Country Club.

Pendergrass blew past the field of 100 golfers. He shot a -4, 68, and claimed the individual title by four strokes.

Warren Thomis shot a 77, while Cooper Eberle and Gavin McKune both shot 80.

Blake McGinn fired a 90.

Playing as an individual, Bryce Snapp shot an 86.

The Indians will continue their busy early-season schedule on Wednesday when they take part in the Kentucky Cup at the University of Kentucky Club in Lexington.

Central is paired up with three of the top teams in the state -- Lexington Christian Academy, St. Xavier and Marshall County.

The top four teams after the opening day of the tournament advance to participate in the match play portion of the event.

Model takes seventh in Frankfort

The Model Laboratory boys golf team put together a very solid all-around performance Tuesday at the Flyer Classic at Juniper Hills in Frankfort.

The Patriots fired a 316 and finished seventh out of 21 teams.

Mason Hamrick led the way for Model, shooting a 74.

Thomas Luxon fired a 77 and Caleb Ballard finished with a 78.

Nate Feese fired an 87 and Jake Hajjar shot a 97.

Model is set to return to action Saturday at the Henry Clay Invitational.

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