If further evidence was needed to show Wauwatosa's boys golf team is a serious state contender, look no further than the results of the Lake Country Charity Invitational.

Playing in a loaded 17-team Division 1 field that featured five of the state's top-10 ranked teams, seventh-ranked Tosa fired a 303 to take second place just five strokes behind top-ranked Arrowhead.

Tosa finished ahead of third-ranked Marquette, fifth-ranked Homestead and eight-ranked Badger.

Adam Garski tied for third among individuals with a 72. Ben Monty and Noah Katula each shot a 74 to tie for 10th and Noah Monty carded an 83.  

With one nine-hole mini-meet and the 18-hole conference meet remaining, Tosa remains in second place behind Marquette in the Greater Metro Conference.

Tosa took second and third at two GMC mini-meets last week, leaving them with 23.5 points, four behind Marquette and 5 1/2 ahead of third-place Brookfield Central.

With a 162, Tosa took second at the mini-meet held at Westmoor Country Club on May 8. 

Noah Monty tied for the second-lowest score among individuals with a 36. Owen Knezel fired a 40, Garski shot a 42 and Ben Monty and Katula each finished at 44.

Tosa, Menomonee Falls and Brookfield Central all carded a 157 on May 10 at Currie Park. Falls won the tiebreaker for second place, leaving Tosa to take third and Brookfield Central to place fourth.

Garski, Ben Monty and Knezel each shot a 39, while Katula ended with a 40 and Noah Monty recorded a 41.