The Ramblers finished with a total team score of 172, while Heritage was 48 shots back at 220. Ringgold (225) was third, followed by Chattanooga Valley (239). The four lowest individual scores made up the team score.
Gage Smith had a 42 for LaFayette. Matthew Ingram carded a 44, while Jon Morgan and Zack Whittle each had a 45. Carter Grant shot a 48 to round out the day for the Ramblers.
David Brown paced the Generals with a 50. Cole Ryan (54), Logan Self (55), Patrick Redman (58), Hudson Owens (58), and Drennen Harrington (60) also competed for Heritage.
Joseph Cranfield's 56 led Ringgold, while Austin Martin (57), Matthew Lane (57), Rosston Drake (58), Nicholas Loboda (60), and Miranda Rich (60) also teed it up for the Tigers.
Matt Drinnon, Mitchell Thomas, and Tristan Burks all carded a 60 for Chattanooga Valley. Parker Ingram and Yancy Coker each finished with a 61, while Blaine Sharp and Justin Carver each shot a 62 for the Eagles.
On the girls' side, Aubrey Catlett took low medalist honors for LaFayette with a 55 to lead the Lady Ramblers to a six-shot win.
McKinley Langford and Rebecca Benson each had a 58, while Senora Winkles, Catie Martin, and Hannah Durham all carded a 59 as LaFayette finished with a score of 230.
Heritage (236) was led by Emma Brown's 57. Brooke Barnes (59), Jess Lea (60), Regan Wingrove (60), Mallory Gilrod (61), and Sara Stanley (61) also played for the Lady Generals.
Ringgold (250) got a team-best 61 from Savannah Hattensty, while Madeline Bates, Caroline Schroder, Kate Bailey, and Kendall Bailey each finished with rounds of 63.
Kylie Mason had a 59 for Chattanooga Valley and B.B. Gravitt shot a 61, but the Lady Eagles did not have enough players to qualify for the team score.