Scoring went better for the Saint Stephen's girls golf team Tuesday at the Class 1A state tournament in Howey-in-the-Hills, but the Falcons didn't improve their standing.
Saint Stephen's posted a 363 total in Wednesday's final round with three players going lower than their first-round scores at Mission Inn's El Campeon course.
The Falcons finished with a 731 tally over the 36-hole tournament, which gave them a 10th-place finish among the 16 competing teams.
Lake Mary Prep went wire to wire to claim the state championship, winning by 16 shots after a 596 total. Lake Mary Prep's Sierra Brooks earned the individual title with a 140.
Vanessa Yan led the way with a 155 to tie for 17th place individually. Lone senior Natalie Pleyrova carded the team's lowest tournament round with Wednesday's 75 and finished with a 157.
Michelle Yan (164), Nupur Mathur (255) and Kendall Miller (264) rounded out the Falcons' scores.
Out-of-Door Academy's Wendy Tan tied for 59th place after an 89 in the final round gave the junior a 181 total.
The Class 3A state tournament was held at Deer Island Golf and Lake Club in Tavares, where Manatee's Gianna and Gabrielle Tomeo competed.
This week, the duo found tough scoring conditions.
Gabrielle, a freshman, fared best with a 159 that left her tied for 23rd place.
Gianna, a senior, capped her high school golf career with an 164 and a tie for 41st place. It was her worst showing in her four state tournament appearances. She took 14th (2011), 15th (2012) and eighth (2013) in previous performances.
Eagle Lake Lake Region junior Athena Yang won the state title in a playoff after carding a 144.