NORTON — Kent Roosevelt and Hudson capped off successful Suburban League girls golf seasons with dominant postseason tournament championship performances Friday at Barberton Brookside Country Club.

The Rough Riders’ superior depth was on full display and propelled Kent to the American Conference crown with the day’s best team score of 324 — 23 strokes ahead of runner-up Copley’s 347.

And, as usual, senior Jenn David set the pace for the Explorers, whose 342 total was 18 strokes better than Stow’s 360 for the National Conference title.

David shared overall medalist honors with Copley’s Sophia Canale, each with an even-par 72 over the 4,710-yard course under sunny skies — a far cry from Wednesday's steady rain which forced the event to be postponed for two days.

Kent’s four top scorers were all between 79 and 85, paced by freshman Maren Seaholts' 79. Coach Bryan Harvey has become accustomed to such overall consistency from his team.

“With real wet conditions and cool, and then windy and the ball wasn’t rolling so they had to really hit to the pins,” Harvey said. “They had to make shots today.”

Senior Grace Thompson and junior Emma Picicco each shot 80 and senior Lauren Garner was at 85. And although it didn’t score, junior Haley Brenner had an 86.

“I saw a lot of consistency out of our top three scorers,” Harvey said. “They hit a lot of greens, drove the ball well and they didn’t take a big number today.”

The Rough Riders, who also won the preseason Suburban League tourney on the same course, were unbeaten during the regular season and captured the overall conference title.

Highland was third at 370, followed by Revere (390), Tallmadge (392) and Aurora (407).

Canale shot nine-hole scores of 38-34.

“I think getting a lesson last week helped with my drives being more straight,” Canale said. “And just focused more on my aim today.”

Copley coach Dan Sutter said it was a typical round for Canale.

“She plays the fairways pretty well,” Sutter said. “Her overall game is pretty solid.”

Lizzie Bickar of Tallmadge shot a 79.

David posted a 34-38 for her 72 — 3 shots ahead of Wadsworth senior Secilia Ho’s 75. Hudson senior Meaghan Grant contributed a 79, and juniors Emily Dunne (92) and Lilly Hess (101) also were top four for the Explorers.

“I actually started out with a lot of pars,” David said. “Then I had a double-bogey and a bogey right after. But I wanted to finish strong and finish even, so I ended the last three holes with three birdies and that was very nice.”

Hudson also won the Suburban League preseason tournament and the overall National Conference crown.

“I think we improved 10 or 15 shots from last year and we improved from the beginning of the season,” Hudson coach J.T. Goodson said. “So I can’t complain about that.”

Hudson actually bettered last year’s postseason score (357) by exactly 15 strokes, when it finished second to North Royalton.

On Friday, Wadsworth was third (376), followed by North Royalton (383), Brecksville (403), Nordonia (406), Twinsburg (416) and Cuyahoga Falls (514).