The County Line boys golf team claimed the 1A state championship earlier this week.
County Line shot a team total of 294 at the 1A tournament, held at Mountain Ranch Golf Course in Fairfield Bay.
Shirley finished second with a 302 and Taylor was third with a 306.
Individually for the Indians, Presley Sayakhoummane shot a 90 and was the third lowest score. He qualified for the overall tournament, which will be held next week in Little Rock, and also made all-state.
Caleb Robberson shot a 95 and also made all-state, while Tanner Acord shot a 109.
Greenwood's Griffith wins state
For the second straight year, Greenwood senior Evan Griffith claimed individual medalist honors.
After winning the 6A individual title last season, Griffith shot a two-under 68 to claim medalist honors at the 5A state tournament held Tuesday in Paragould.
Griffith, who also won the 5A-West championship, won state by a stroke over Benton's Brendon Little and Paragould's Chance Matthews.
Griffith sealed the title by recording a birdie on the final hole, the 411-yard par 4 hole 18. He also hit 15 of 18 greens in the win.
Paragould won the team title by shooting a 293, followed by Hot Springs Lakeside with a 296. Greenwood shot 308 as a team, and behind Griffith, Bradley Brotherton shot a 72 and Brady Fein had an 82.
Southside golfer Lucas Teoh received All-State honors after participating in Wednesday's 6A state tournament held at Rolling Hills Country Club in Cabot.
Teoh qualified for state after shooting a 69 in Tuesday's opening round, which placed him fourth.