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CHS Golf Invited To High School National Tournament

The Catholic High School golf team has been chosen to represent the state of Louisiana in the 2024 High School Golf National Invitational in Frisco, Texas from July 1-3. The tournament is an invite-only field featuring top high school teams from across the United States. The Bears received their invitation based on the strength of the results from this past season. CHS will be represented in Frisco by rising seniors David Marsh, Nyles Williams, Kevin Zheng, Joshua Tucker, and rising junior Drew Prieto.

The tournament will be held at the home of the PGA of America. One of the three rounds will be played on the Fields Ranch Course, which is slated to host the 2027 PGA Championship. 

The CHS golfers finished the 2024 season with a 56-5 record. They were the champions of the 1864 Tournament in Fairhope, Alabama and runners-up in the Southern Select Invitational in Flowood, Mississippi. The Bears also completed their fourth straight undefeated Baton Rouge metro regular season. In the postseason, CHS won the Baton Rouge Metro Tournament, the LHSAA District Tournament, and the LHSAA Regional Tournament. At the State Championships, the Bears finished second just two shots behind eventual champion C.E. Byrd.

Coach Christopher Davis commented, "It's a great honor for our program to be chosen to represent the great state of Louisiana in such a prestigious competition. This tournament is a reward for the great season that our young men had. Still, it's also an incredible opportunity for our guys to compete against the best high school teams in the country at one of the best golf venues in the country for a national championship. We are excited and ready to get after it in Frisco!" 

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