WOODBURN, Ind. - Kyle Dominique earned medalist honors with a 77 while Blake McGarvey was two shots back in third place with a 79 to lead Paulding to the Antwerp Invitational golf championship on Saturday at Pond-A-River Golf Club.

“Weather conditions were perfect while the greens today were fast with several holes having extremely tough hole positions,” noted Paulding head coach Steve Heilshort. “Today was our second tournament championship of the year which gives us an important confidence going into our conference tournament and sectionals.”

Dominique had a 39-38 to tie Antwerp’s Gaige McMichael for first before winning a playoff for medalist accolades with a birdie on the first extra hole.

“Both Kyle and Blake played well today to lead our team,” Heilshorn said. “Kyle Harris also played well with an 84.”

John Carper added an 88 to the ninth-place finish by Harris giving the Panthers a 328 team total, three shots in front of Lincolnview.

Dane Ebel, Avery Slusher and Grant Glossett all had rounds of 82 for the Lancers to place sixth through eighth, respectively. Landon Price came in 10th place with an 85 for Lincolnview’s 331 score.

In addition to McMichael shooting a 77 for Antwerp, Ethan Lichty had an 88, Jon Meyer a season-low 89 and Eric Thornell 92 giving the host Archers a third-place team total of 346.

Esten Kennerk came in at 80 to place fourth and freshman Kaden Kenneck 81 to finish fifth in leading Edgerton to a 355 score. Noah Landel with 90 and Nathan Swank with 104 completed the top four finishers for the Bulldogs.

Hicksville shot 395 with Maverick Keesbury leading the Aces with a 93 and Brandon Thornburg 97. Aiden Pollick added a 102 and Gabe Layne 103.

Crestview rounded out the standings in sixth with a 424 finish. Evan Scarlett had a 95, Will Sharpe 109 and Tanner Myers and Trey Skelton 110 apiece for the Knights.