Aided by a strong performance from State Tournament hopeful Zack West, Community took home the victory and posted a team score of 185, while the Bulldogs finished 20 strokes back with a 205.
West was the low man of the match and recorded two birdies and two bogies en route to shooting an even par 36 over nine holes. Jake Garrette and Dillon West each tallied a 44 for the Vikings as well, while Noland Wisener notched a 61.
The Bulldogs got solid rounds from Jacob Griffis and Tate Lowery, but saw a significant drop off after their top two players. Griffis and Lowery tied for the second lowest score of the day with a 43, while Matthew Karban and Taylor Carlton carded a 59 and a 60 respectively.
"I thought overall we did ok. We had some heavy scores on the backside of our lineup, but our top two players both played fairly well. Jacob and Tate have to play well in the District tournament, but they're both capable of qualifying for the Region tournament," said Cornersville coach Kevin Wright. "We're going to work more and have some clinics in the offseason because I want to improve this golf program."
The District 11-A-AA tournament will be held at Henry Horton State Park on Monday, Sept. 24, with all competitors playing 18 holes.