TAMPA — Battling swirling, stiff winds on the rolling hills of the Campeon golf course in Howey-in-the-Hills last year, five boys from Plant High School made some history.Not only did the Panthers win the state team golf title, but they became the first boys team from Hillsborough County to win in 46 years, and the first Plant team to win since 1936.They were, to say the least, ecstatic. But, as Panther Jackson Suber said, "We feel we have more to do."As in return in 2017 and win again.The first part of that mission — returning — was accomplished last week with a victory at the Class 3A, Region 4 tournament.The second part — winning again — hinges on how the Panthers perform Friday and Saturday at state, held on the same course as last year.For several reasons, things couldn't look much more inviting.No, the team is not the exactly the same, after graduating Chris Kern and Robby Eisch, but yes, this group is very strong indeed.Suber, for instance, is back and better than ever, which is saying a lot considering he finished second as an individual the past two years, shooting 1-under 72-71–143 last year on the tough course in tough conditions."We like the fact that the course is challenging because our whole team plays year-round on tough courses in highly competitive tournaments," said Suber, who is committed to the University of Mississippi. "We feel this makes us more prepared than many of the other teams."It also doesn't hurt that two of the returners — junior Carson Moran and Jackson's sophomore brother, Mac Suber — played on last year's winning squad."I definitely feel more confident coming into the tournament this year," said Mac Suber, who shot 76-85–161 last year. "I think everybody feels that way because we have seen what it takes to win."The two newcomers to the starting five, sophomores Lorenzo Guerra and Hunter Holloway, say they may not have played last year, but they were there with the team, and in general they are tough-tournament tested."I am very eager to play," Guerra said. "All of us can't wait to get out there."Jackson Suber might be champing at the bit more than the others."After finishing second (as an individual) two years in a row I feel like I have unfinished business to take care of," he said. "This year I would love to get that individual title and the team title. That would make everything just about perfect."