The Hudson boys golf team won the Pickerington Fairfield Federal Invitational on Thursday at Turnberry Golf Course.
Hudson senior Isaac Charette shot an eight-under-par 64, which was the best round of the day and earned him medalist honors. Charette's 64 was a tournament record and the best round of his high school career.
"That the best round I have seen someone shoot in person," Hudson first-year golf coach Jeff Camp Jr. said. "It was phenomenal. His low before that was a 67. Competitively, that was unbelievable."
Explorers seniors Kyle Thornton and Matt Roth each shot 77's and junior J.T. Goodson carded a 78 on the 6,700-yard course.
As a team, Hudson shot 296 and defeated Pickerington North by one stroke. Hilliard Davidson was third with a 300. Cincinnati St. Xavier, Upper Arlington and Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller were tied for fourth with 302.
This was Hudson's second tournament of the season according to Camp. The Explorers were third recently at the Cleveland St. Ignatius Invitational at Red Tail Golf Club in Avon. Moeller and St. Xavier placed ahead of Hudson at that tournament.