ANACONDA -- Polson's girls repeated as team champion Saturday and Belgrade's boys came away with their first crown at the conclusion of the State A golf tournament at Old Works Golf Course.
The individual medalist honors went to Sidney's Bobby Frank and Livingston's Christal Tokash, who won a playoff.
Belgrade's boys, led by Top 10 finishers Austin Stowell and Zach Klonsinski, beat Whitefish by 11 strokes, 647-658, for its championship. Miles City was third at 676 and Sidney fourth at 689.
Polson's girls, with four girls in the Top 10, prevailed by 57 strokes over Laurel, 722-779. Jaylin Kenney led the way for the Pirates with her third- place finish.
Teammates Nicole Clairmont, Anna DiGiallonardo and Peyton Anderson went 6-7-8.
Whitefish was third at 786 and Livingston fourth at 816.
Laurel's Carlee Hart placed fourth individually and teammate Morgan O'Neill fifth for the runner-up Locomotives.
With a closing round of 8-over 80, Frank, with his 154 total, triumphed by one stroke over a group of four golfers at 155. The runners-up included his teammate Paul Brannan, who closed with an 81.
Frank and Brannan were tied for the lead after shooting 74s on Friday.
Tokash and Whitefish's Erin Tabish finished in a deadheat at 165 among the girls, with Tokash getting the win on the second hole of a playoff. Polson's Kenney was five strokes back in third at 170.
Tokash tied for fifth at state a year ago, while Frank placed seventh.