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October 10, 2012

H.S. GOLF: Rinker claims district crown with 2-over 74

(Continued)

GROVE CITY —

Justin Latsko, Fort LeBoeuf    83    RQ

Brian Ropecki, North East    83    RQ

7. Teven Vargo, Harbor Creek    84    RQ

8. Alex Hunter, North East    85    RQ

9. Chad Ferguson, Greenville    86

A.J. Rogers, Harbor Creek    86

11. Billy Colbert, Hickory    88

Eric Maginnis, Titusville    88

Cody Stinson, Harbor Creek    88

Nate Anthony, West Middlesex    88

Keamus Schuhlen, Jamestown    88

16. Pat Artac, Sharon    89

Joey Sontag, Corry    89

18. Nate Guiler, Mercer    90

Kendall King, Greenville    90

Joe Zoltowski, Harbor Creek    90

21. Tucker Ochalek, Girard    91

Ross Rosati, Hickory    91

23. Brady Byers, West Middlesex    92

Ryan Matlock, Mercyhurst Prep    92

Jacob Wilson, Kenn. Catholic    92

Note: Sculley defeated Kearns in a two-hole playoff for the championship. Rodgers was awarded fourth place via tiebreaker. Latsko was awarded fifth and Ropecki sixth.

 

Kaverman, Hearns win first girls titles

CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS — McDowell’s Megan Kaverman became the inaugural District 10 Class AAA girls golf champion, firing an 84 at Riverside Golf Club to win the individual championship on Tuesday.

Kaverman is also the lone qualifier for the PIAA West Regional tournament, which will be held Monday at Tom’s Run Golf Course at Chesnut Ridge Resort in Blairsville.

Meadville’s Lacey Latta and McDowell’s Ellen Eighmy finished tied for second with scores of 88.

The Lady Bulldogs also got a strong showing out of Kailey Malady, who was fifth with a 97.

The Class AA champion was Hickory’s Rosy Hearns. She and North East’s Megan Moylan finished the round with matching scores of 79. Hearns later won the title with a par on the second playoff hole.

Both Hearns and Moylan advanced to the regional tournament along with Villa Maria’s Annie Ciacchini (80) and Hickory’s Alena Lancia (88), who beat Villa’s Abby Fessler in a two-hole playoff.

Maplewood’s Allison Schmader finished in a tie for sixth after carding a 90.

District 10 Girls Golf Individual Championships

At Riverside Golf Club (Par 72)

Class AAA Leaderboard


1. Megan Kaverman, McDowell    84    RQ

2. Ellen Eighmy, McDowell    88

Lacey Latta, Meadville    88

4. Morgan Smith, Warren    95

5. Kailey Malady, Meadville    97

6. Mehan Smoulder, Warren    100

7. Julie Capotis, McDowell    102

8. Felicia Krasa, Meadville    109

Lindsey Swanson, McDowell    109

10. Amanda Skarlinski, McDowell    114

11. Michaela Persichini, Meadville    117

12. Abby Moore, Meadville    130

Class AA Leaderboard

1. Rosy Hearns, Hickory    79    RQ

Megan Moylan, North East    79    RQ

3. Annie Ciacchini, Villa Maria    80    RQ

4. Alena Lancia, Hickory    88    RQ

Abby Fessler, Villa Maria    88

6. Grace Brzozowski, Mercyhurst Prep    90

Georgia Capotis, Mercyhurst Prep    90

Emily Fessler, Villa Maria    90

Allison Schmader, Maplewood    90

10. Lia Fatica, Villa Maria    91

11. Fontaine McFeaters, Grove City    94

12. Jillian Johannes, Mercyhurst Prep    95

13. Brianna Colbert, Hickory    96

14. Becky Bargielski, Mercyhurst Prep    98

 Mackenzie Bonnet, Girard    98

 Carly Yovich, Fort LeBoeuf    98

17. Maria Clark, Reynolds    99

18. Abby Hearns, Hickory    105

 Michaela Redinger, Gen. McLane    105

 Jaime Vamosy, Reynolds    105

Note: Hearns defeated Moylan in a two-hole playoff for the Class AA championship. Lancia defeated Fessler in a two-hole playoff for the final double-A regional qualifier.

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