The Martha’s Vineyard high school golf team is headed to the division three state finals after taking home the winners trophy in the south sectionals Monday at the Foxborough Country Club.

Liam Marek led the Vineyard’s all-senior squad with an 80 on a narrow, challenging course that became a washout as the boys made the turn. Marek’s teammates Nick BenDavid shot an 81, Richie Combra and Cam Napior both shot an 84, Jake Glasgow shot an 86 and Ryan Harding shot an 88.

The best four scores are counted from each of the 13 participating teams with the top three teams advancing to the finals. The Vineyard totaled 329 for first place, followed by Sandwich, who shot 331 and Cape Cod Academy with 333.

The last time the Vineyard won the south sectionals was in 2015.

“The kids were pretty excited and they played well. It’s a very difficult course, the greens were very fast and it was raining the entire back nine,” said Vineyard head coach Doug DeBettencourt. “They were completely soaked when they were done.”

Coach DeBettencourt said the boys’ scores were impressive considering the conditions they had to play in. Of the 83 participants Monday, only two players across the board broke 80 with a 77 and a 79.

“It’s a pretty tight golf course and the greens were very fast and tricky,” Coach Debettencourt said. “They were undulating and the downhill putts are crazy fast and break a lot.”

After finishing the regular season with a record of 12-2, the Vineyarders head to South Hadley next Tuesday for the division three championship at the Ledges Golf Club. There they will face the top three teams from the North, Central and Western sectionals.

The par 72 Ledges is near the Connecticut River in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. It is owned by the town of South Hadley and challenges golfers with elevated tees and greens and winding fairways through forest, farmland and wetlands.