Sullivan ran away from the field during last Thursday’s Warrenton Invitational Golf Tournament.

It was a big week for the Eagles, who also won the team title Wednesday at the St. James Tournament.

The Eagles shot a 308 to win the Red Division team title at Warrenton Golf Course, besting second-place Pacific (331) by 23 strokes.

Warrenton finished third with 332 followed by Duchesne (351), St. Clair (357), St. Charles (371), Union (404), Winfield (418), Montgomery County (422) and Van-Far (506).

Warrenton’s Ethan Luecke had the top Red Division score with a 74.

Ryan Juergens and Drew Armstrong both shot a 76, to finish second and third, respectively, for Sullivan.

Tylor Carrico and Justin Biermann both carded a 78, taking fourth and sixth for the Eagles.

Pacific’s Brendan Jett-Kell paced the Indians with a 78, medaling in fifth place.

Logan Armstrong and Charlie Brinker of Pacific also medaled, each shooting an 83 to place ninth and 10th, respectively.

Matt Gordon of St. Clair, shooting an 82, and Hinako Kishimoto of Union, carding an 84, also landed among the medalists, finishing eighth and 13th, respectively.

Pacific’s Tyler McDonald carded an 87 and Michael Stinson had a 91.

St. Clair’s Brandon York fired an 88 followed by Colbie Viessman with a 92, Kyle Juergens with a 93 and Ben Bardot with a 97.

Union’s Brennan Higgins finished with a 98 and Alex Gaebe shot a 102.

In the White Division, Timberland took top honors with a 307, while St. Charles West placed second with a 313.

Borgia placed third, shooting a 336.

Francis Howell was fourth with 355 followed by Ft. Zumwalt South (359), O’Fallon Christian (359), Washington JV (373), Francis Howell Central (376), Ft. Zumwalt North (376) and Holt (385).

Timberland’s Josh O’Hearn had the top score in the White Division with a 74.

Borgia’s Clayton Voss shot a 78 to finish fourth individually.

Alex Rennick carded an 82 to finish 10th for the Knights, while Andrew McCluer placed 14th with an 85.