With usual No. 1 player Trey Maughan out of action, Maryville's golf team finished second behind Craig-Fairfax at its home tournament on a cold and windy Friday afternoon at Mozingo Lake Recreation Park.
Using a best-ball scoring format, CFX won with a combined score of 170. The Hounds' three, two-man pairings combined to shoot 172.
In third was Savannah with a 176. Rock Port and Tarkio each totaled a 177.
The Hounds' No. 1 tandem of Kyle Leslie and Wade Tobin produced a best-ball score of 87. Leslie shot a round of 88, placing him sixth in the field. Tobin was 40 strokes back at 126.
Freshman Hunter Hayes and Hagen Snow comprised Maryville's No. 2 pairing and shot a team-best 85 in best-ball scoring.
Hayes led the way with a 91 and Snow turned in a 115.
The No. 3 group of Andrew Wiederholt and Josh Springer combined on a best-ball score of 115.
Wiederholt's actual score was 123 and Springer's was 135.
West Nodaway shot 107, 111 and 147 among its three two-man teams.
The top best-ball score came from Justin Chitwood and Jason Farmer.
Billy Knarr shot the low round individually with a 111.
Tarkio's Derek Rohlfsen claimed the individual title with an 83. Two shots back in second was Craig Fairfax's Tristan Ray with an 85.
Savannah's Trent Young and Stanberry's Jake Heddinger tied for third with 86's.
Maryville's next action is Thursday when it hosts Bishop LeBlond.