Junior Alex Maupin lost ground, shooting an 86 after posting an 81 on Monday, while freshman Cole Perkins improved slightly, from an opening-round 90 to 89.
Maupin's second-round score was only slightly higher than his season average relative to par, 14 over against a mean of 12.2 over. He was 23 over par at 167 for the meet, falling from 47th into a tie for 60th place in a field of 91 during his second trip to state.
A year ago, Maupin shot 177 at par-72 Silo Ridge in Bolivar to finish in 68th place.
Perkins shared 83rd place, his 35-over 179 well above his 10.1-over average for the season.
Maupin finished the season having won four medals in nine tournament, including sixth place in the NCMC. Perkins was a medalist four times, among them the championship of the Class 3, District 7 Tournament at Blue Springs and fourth place in the conference meet.
All five of the district-champion Owls' starters were underclassmen -- including junior Bryan Mach, a 2011 state qualifier -- are expected to return next season.
Republic sophomore Dylan Beckemeier staged a tremendous second-day charge to vault from third place to a title by a five-stroke margin. Beckemeier was four-under par through the first six holes, faltered slightly near the turn, then put up three birdies on the back nine for a four-under 68 during the round and a 140 for the meet.
St. Francis Borgia (609 points) won a three-team shoot-out with St. Louis schools Mary Institute/Country Day (610) and Westminster Christian (612) for its second state title, the previous one coming in 1999.