WICHITA, Kan. — Zach James and Hayden Foster maintained their momentum at the Newman Fall Invitational, running away with the top two spots while leading Southeastern to the team victory.


The Savage Storm carded a 287 to finish with a 54-hole mark of 867 at Crestview Country Club course, winning by 15 strokes over host Newman.


James’ final round 68 earned him a 206 and won the event by seven shots over Foster. It marks his third consecutive victory.


Foster turned in his second-straight 72 and finished with a 213, four strokes ahead of third place.


Ryan Ward finished 13th after a final round 77, bringing his total to 227.


He was followed by Jordan Holifield, who finished with a 78 to post a 229 and tie for 17th.


Bryce Hughes fired a 70 to check in with a 230 and tie for 20th.


The Storm had a pair playing as individuals. Lenny Trotta carded a 79 and finished with a 239 in a tie for 30th while Cody Reed put up a 79 to finish with a total of 252 and in 39th place.