After shooting a 450 on the first go-round, the Cougars shot a 457 on Tuesday, tallying a total of 907 and finishing in sixth place, the final slot in the tournament.
Coronado took the honor of Nevada 4A state champion by 34 strokes with a combined score of 761 (371, 390). Coronado senior AJ McInerney won the individual title, shooting a 133 (62, 71).
Spanish Springs senior Jordan Gilmore finished his second-round with a 79, totaling a 153 for the two-day championship. Gilmore placed eighth as an individual.
From there, the Cougar golfers fell down the standings.
Tommy McAllister closed out his tourney with a 92 after an 81 on Day 1 for a 173. Matt Beebe improved on his first day, as did teammates Cole Shirley and Owen Bartlett. Beebe followed a 96 with an 88, while Shirley shot an improved three strokes for a 97 and Bartlett put up a 102 after a 107. Matt Perera put up a 101 on Tuesday after he shot a 99 on Monday.