Nathan Calahan (copy)

Franklin County's Nathan Calahan drives a ball off of the fairway in this file photo from earlier in the season. Calahan was the lowest scorer for the Rebels in their match Thursday against Lawrence County High School and Lincoln County High School with a score of 38.

The Franklin County High School boys golf team took on the teams of Lawrence County and Lincoln County in a nine-hole match Thursday at the Bear Trace at Tims Ford.

The Rebels remained unbeaten on the season as they outscored both of their district opponents as a team and had three of the four lowest individual scorers overall.

Nathan Calahan had the lowest individual score of the day as he notched a score of 38 for the Rebels.

Jack Curtis finished third in the individual standings with a score of 40, and Caleb Maybrey was close behind with a score of 42.

Hayden Curl rounded out the scoring for the Rebels and finished just outside of the top five with a mark of 44 after nine holes of play.

This gave the Rebels a total of 164 strokes for the day, putting them at the top of the team standings by 12 strokes.

The Lawrence County Wildcats finished second for the match with a team total of 176 strokes. Their best performer for the day was Kaden Vough with a score of 39.

The Lincoln County Falcons finished third for the day with a total of 210 strokes for the match.

The Rebels will next be in competition on Monday with a multi-team match against Columbia Central High School and Marshall County High School at the Stoneybrook Golf Course in Columbia. The match is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m.