The Cloverdale High School boys' golf team finished second in a four-way meet Thursday at Rolling Meadows.
Cloverdale had a combined score of 180, while Sullivan won the meet with a 175. Owen Valley finished third with 185 and White River Valley finished fourth with 228.
Chris Arnold led the Clovers, carding a 39, while Keith Hathorn shot a 43 and Mike Wellington finished with a 47. Gary Williams and Ryan Book both turned in 51 and Sam Jordan rounded out the Clovers scoring with a 52.
"Chris had a good round and is on the right track," CHS Coach Doug Wokoun. "Keith played well for the second consecutive round and seems to be solidifying his position.
"But we are still struggling and lacking consistency," Wokoun said. "This was a disappointment to us, because we thought we had some things worked out. Clearly right now we have a lot of work to do."
Cloverdale is back in action on Monday when it travels to West Vigo for a makeup match starting at 5 p.m.
At Rolling Meadows
Sullivan 175, Cloverdale 180 Owen Valley 185, White River Valley 228
Sullivan -- Sheffler 43, Andre 44, Boyd 44, Gilbert 44, Gilham 45, Jackson 46
Cloverdale -- Arnold 39, Hathorn 43, Wellington 47, Williams 51, Book 51, Jordan 52
Owen Valley -- Garvin 42, Worland 47, Jackson 47, Ball 52, Lowe 55, Rice 60
White River Valley -- Crowe 52, Gregg 57, Gregg 58, Ashcraft 61, Hershman 64