BRUNSWICK HIGH SCHOOL golfer John Parker looks over his putt on the fifth hole at the Tomahawk Course at Natanis Golf Course in Vassalboro on Saturday.

BRUNSWICK HIGH SCHOOL golfer John Parker looks over his putt on the fifth hole at the Tomahawk Course at Natanis Golf Course in Vassalboro on Saturday.

VASSALBORO — The State Class A, B and C Golf Team Championships were held on Saturday at Natanis Golf Club.

In Class A, Falmouth captured the Class A title on the tough Tomahawk Course by seven strokes with a score of 316. Bangor, behind medalist Drew Powell’s 72, was second, followed by Gorham (324), Greely (326), and Oxford Hills and Skowhegan tied for fifth at 331.

Brunswick finished in a three-way tie for ninth at 353 with Deering and Marshwood.

Derek Devereaux was the low Dragon, shooting a 79. Cameron Heatley (89), Ben Lord (90), John Parker (95) and Matt Brooks (96) also teed it up for the Dragons.

The Class C State Championship was held on the Arrowhead Course, with St. Dom’s repeating as champions by just one stroke over Winthrop.

The Saints shot a team score of 329, with the Ramblers at 330, followed in third place by Houlton at 337.

Wiscasset was fourth at 340. Chandler Longfellow led the Wolverines with an 81, followed by Daren Wood’s 84 and an 85 by Grant Hefler. Tom Anderson (90) and Matt Craig (93) also competed for Wiscasset.

“It was a little bit disappointing, knowing that we were one of the top teams and needed a good day to win,” said Wiscasset coach Tim Flanagan.

“Our goal was 330 and we shot 340. We did a pretty good job, just a couple of 10s on the 18th hole really cost us. Daren was 1-under through 10 holes, but he went in the water three times on 18 and still had five holes to play. He had trouble getting it back together mentally after that.

“We had some pretty good performances and did what we have done all year. It was a good finish for us. We have been runner-up three or four years and won it one year, and this was one of our better teams as well. I am pretty proud of them.

“Chandler and Daren will compete in the individual championships next Saturday, and I believe they are both capable of scoring a 75.

Low score in Class C went to Winthrop’s Taylor Morang, who blistered the course with a 70, three strokes in front of Fort Fairfield’s Robbie Watson.

Camden Hills easily captured the Class B state title, winning by 13 strokes over Cape Elizabeth, 321-334. The Capers won a tiebreaker for second with Maine Central Institute. Presque Isle was fourth (347) and York took fifth (349).

The MPA Schoolboy and Schoolgirl Individual Championships will be held this upcoming Saturday at Natanis. Tee-time is 10 a.m.