The Hawks had a team score of 453 to beat Park by six strokes. Cabell Midland shot a 469 to finish third, with George Washington's 476 earning fourth place.
Two-time defending Class AAA individual champion Thadd Obecny from Wheeling Park also lost his grasp on the championship, shooting a 148 and finishing two-strokes behind teammate Cole Hand. Obecny tied for second place with University's Eric Wirth, who also shot a 148.
GW's Will Evans shot a 153 to tie for fifth with University's Trent McPherson, while Winfield's Chris Williams was a stroke behind Evans and McPherson in a tie for seventh with Cabell Midland's Jacob Beahrs and Seth Kinker.
Poca earned its third runner-up trophy in as many years, finishing the tournament with a 492, three strokes behind Class AA champion Roane County.
"Today we shot the same score as we did yesterday and [Roane County] had a kid shoot a 75 that ended up being the medalist," Poca coach Doug Smith said in a telephone interview. "Just like last year, we lost by three strokes to Ritchie County and this year we lost by three to Roane County. We had a lead, but it's so close up there. A lead at the state golf match, unless it's 15 or 20 strokes, can be overtaken."
The Dots' Travis Covert claimed third place individually in Class AA. Roane's Alston Spears shot a 156, two strokes better than Covert, to win medalist honors. Bluefield's Evan Smith shot a 157 for second place.
"[Covert] has played well," Smith said. "He just stumbled a little bit today. He made all-state and finished third overall, so I'm happy in that regard."
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