HOT SPRINGS ó Three Jefferson County teams qualified for the 5A state golf tournaments with high finishes in the 5A-South Conference meet at Hot Springs Country Club on Tuesday.

HOT SPRINGS ó Three Jefferson County teams qualified for the 5A state golf tournaments with high finishes in the 5A-South Conference meet at Hot Springs Country Club on Tuesday.

White Hall finished second in the boys and girls divisions, while Hot Springs Lakeside won both. White Hall scored a 350 to finish 22 shots behind the Lakeside boys, with Watson Chapel scoring a 353 to earn the last team spot for state.

Jake McNulty finished fifth overall with an 18-hole score of 82 to lead White Hall. He made all-conference along with Watson Chapelís Regin Reginio (84), who was sixth, and Tanner Jones (85), who was ninth.

White Hallís other scorers were Jeffery Manning (87), Drake Wrinkle (90) and Trey Prince (91). Landen Colson (88) and Dalton Barker (96) scored for Watson Chapel.

Only three players per team counted for scores in the girls division. White Hall shot a 315, a distant second from Lakesideís 253.

Camryn Ruggeri was fifth overall with a 101 to lead White Hall. McKenzie Stewart was seventh with a 103 and Hannah Dampier ninth with 111 for the Lady Bulldogs.

The 5A girls state tournament is next Wednesday at Hot Springs Country Club. The 5A boys state will be held Oct. 2 in Harrison.