JAMES CITY -- Tabb and Jamestown are the only two schools ever to win the Bay Rivers District golf championship.
The Tigers claimed the crown in 2001, and the Eagles have won the other nine since the district was formed back in 1997.
Bryan Giles has done his best to keep Jamestown on top in 2008 as the Eagles maintain their perch atop the district standings.
The senior standout earned medalist honors with a 71 Monday at Kiln Creek and followed that up with a 76 Tuesday at Kiskiack Golf Club to take a two-stroke lead over Lafayette after two matches.
Josh Hunt, the No.5 player in the Eagles' lineup, posted a career-low 74 to finish second overall.
Tyler Wallace and Bruce Cordello recorded rounds of 76 and Ben Meadows finished with a score of 82 as the Eagles finished with a score of 302.
Lafayette's Justin Roberto, earned medalist honors Tuesday with a round of 71.
Zach Warring, Reed Hornsby and Kyle Losty each posted rounds of 78 to pull the Rams within two stroke of Jamestown for the overall team lead. Max Hinders shot an 86 and Tyler Erickson added a 92 as Lafayette posted a round of 305.
Garrett Morgan shot a round of 80 and Jeremy McCallup added a score of 82 to lead a young Bruton squad.
Nick Onesty added a career-best 98 and Nate Diakun shot a 103 as the Panthers finished the day with a score of 363. John Bavis (104) and Ritchie Bavis (109) also represented Bruton.
Ryan Fleischmann shot an 81 to lead Warhill. Stephen Baumfield finished with a 103, followed by Shane Coleman (109), Ashari Taylor-Watson (124), Kyle Willis (130) and Kevin Willis (133).
On Monday, Giles was the lone golfer to shoot a sub-par round to earn medalist honors.
Grafton's Royce Kim finished just two strokes back with a round of 73. Roberto was third with a round of 74 and Grafton's Todd Atherton (76).
Lafayette turned in a solid showing, with all six golfers shooting sub-90 rounds. Reed Hornsby shot a round of 82 to finish fourth for the Rams. Kyle Losty (84) and Tyler Erickson (89) also competed for Lafayette.
Meadows and Wallace both shot rounds of 81 for Jamestown. Nooe had a strong outing with a round of 82, followed by Hunt (85) and Robert Downey (94).
Morgan fired a round of 82 to lead Bruton. McCallup and Ritchie Bavis registered scores of 91 for the Panthers and Nate Diakun added a 93. John Bavis (102) and Ryan Vaughan (120) also participated for Bruton.
Fleischmann paced Warhill with a score of 86. Coleman shot a 109 and Bramfield (113) and Taylor-Watson (114) rounded out the Lions foursome. Kevin Willis (120) and Kyle Willis (141) also represented Warhill.
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