FIRTH, Neb. -- The Norris Titans’ success in high school sports has continued into the boys golf team with another state title. 

Just about one week after the boys baseball team won the state championship, beating Gretna East 12-7 in Omaha and the boys track team won the state title, the boys golf team were crowned champions.

The team shot 54 over par in the tournament, which was five shots ahead of second place Scottsbluff, who shot 59 over par, and 10 shots ahead of third place York, who shot 64 over par. 

The team shot a 311 in round one and a 319 in round two at the Scottsbluff Country Club.

One of the big impact makers for the team was the individual champion, senior Carson Thurber, who shot two over par on the tournament, finishing two shots ahead of Thomas Dredla, from Scottsbluff, and three shots ahead of Tyler Nietfeldt, from Elkhorn North. 

Thurber shot a 70 in round one, the best score of the first round by any golfer, and a 76 in the second round, making his total score amount to 146. 

Senior Brylee McMurry shot 15 over par for the Titans, which had him take 11th place, while senior Brady Butler shot 18 over par, taking a tie for 16th, and sophomore Cale Baker shot 19 over par, which had him in a three-way tie for 18th. 

Overall, the Norris team shot 630 in total, five shots ahead of Scottsbluff which gives the Titans its second title in three years. 

Their last golf championship was in 2022 with the first being in 2012. Max Rudder, in 2012, was the most recent individual champion for the Titans.