DUBOIS, Pa. – Alexa Pfeufer won individual medalist honors with a 43 to help DuBois win the AML match at Treasurer Lake Gold in DuBois Tuesday.
The Lady Beavers shot a 208 team score beating second-place Punxsutawney (222) by 14 strokes.
Izzy Geist-Salone added a 52 for DuBOis with Maddie Gray shooting a 55.
Lizzie Sikora paced Punxsutawney with a 47 followed by Megan Hanley with a 54.
Brockway took third with a 237 led by a 49 from Miranda Mancini.
TOP THREE GOLFERS HELP HICKORY TO D10 REGION 1 VICTORY
CONNEAUT LAKE, Pa. – Led by McKenzie Gustas’ 72, Hickory had the top three scorers on the day to win the District 10 Region 1 Girls’ Golf match at Oakland Beach Golf Course in Conneaut Lake.
Freshman Sasha Petrochko was second with a 75 and Leah Benson as third with an 85.
The Hornets had a team score of 232 well ahead of second-place Reynolds, which shot a 297 and third-place Conneaut (307).
Alaina Harpst led Reynolds shooting an 89, while Allison Simonetta and Maggie Battles each shot 100 for Conneaut.
Four additional golfers broke 100 with Grove City’s Emily Donahue shooting a fourth-place 90, Reynold’s Anna Hapst shot a 94 to take fifth, and Sharpsville’s Keelie Steiner (95) and Stacia Fennel (99) coming in sixth and seventh respectively.
Hickory leads the team standings after three matches with 18 points followed by Reynolds with 15 points.
CLARION AND MONITEAU TIE FOR FIRST AT KSAC MEGA MATCH
FOXBURG, Pa. – Clarion and Moniteau tied for first at Tuesday’s boys’ KSAC Mega Match at Foxburg Country Club with both teams scoring 237.
Moniteau’s Jacob Felsing tied Clarion-Limestone’s Hayden Siegel for first place on the day with both golfers shooting a 37. Clarion’s top golfer was Devon Lauer, who was fourth with a 43. Venango Catholic’s Colin Lierbach was third shooting a 40, while C-L’s Hayden Callen tied Lauer for fourth with a 43 of his own.
C-L finished third as a team shooting 242.
After three matches, Clarion leads the KSAC with 26 ½ points followed by Moniteau at 24 ½ points and C-L at 21 points. Forest Area is fourth with 17 points.
Siegel is the top individual golfer averaging a 37.67, while Fox is second averaging a 39.33
STRONG TRIO HELPS HICKORY TO D10 REGION 2 VICTORY
GROVE CITY, Pa. – Led by strong performances from Nick Osbourne, Cameron Colbert and Conner Evans, Hickory won the District 10 Region 2 golf match at Grove City Country Club Tuesday.
Osbourne shot a low score of 78 on the day beating Grove City’s Sam Norris by a stroke and helping the Hornets top the host Eagles by eight total strokes – 332-340. Slippery Rock was third shooting a 347.
Colbert and Evans finished fourth and fifth individually on the day with Colbert firing and 81 and Colbert an 82. Slippery Rock’s Logan Wolak had the third-best score of the day shooting and 80, while his teammate, Jack Hadley, tied Colbert for fifth with an 82.
After three matches, Hickory leads the Region by one point, 20-19, over Grove City with Slippery Rock in third place with 15 points.
GRIM LEADS LAKEVIEW TO VICTORY IN D10 REGION 1 ACTION
HERMITAGE, Pa. – Behind a day’s best score of 88 from Anthony Grim, Lakeview took home first place at the District 10 Region 1 match at Tam O’Shanter Golf Course in Hermitage Tuesday.
The Sailors topped second-place Mercer by 10 strokes, 377-387, with Greenville taking third with a score of 421.
Mercer’s Lilly Roman came in second on the day shooting a 90 followed by Lakeview’s Cameron McFeely (91), Mercer’s Camron Weatherholt (92) and Lakeview’s Ted Shillto (94).
After a pair of matches, Lakeview is in first place in the Region with 12 points followed by Mercer with 10 and Greenville with eight.
CRAFT CRAFTS WIN FOR PUNXSUTAWNEY OVER BROCKWAY
BROCKPORT, Pa. – Jackson Craft shot a 39 to lead Punxsutawney past Brockway, 196-222 Tuesday at the Brockway Golf Course in Brockport.
Craft had the day’s best score by 11 shots over teammate John Crago and Brockway’s Dylen Coder, who both shot a 50.
KASCHALK LEADS DUBOIS PAST BROOKVILLE
BROOKVILLE, Pa. – Gavin Kaschalk’s 41 was the best score on the day, as visiting DuBois beat Brookville, 175-186, at Pinecrest Country Club.
Kaschalk was one of three Beavers to shoot under 45 with Cody Jaconski and Tyson Kennis both firing 43.
Hayden Osborne and Bryce Rafferty tied for the best score for Brookville with both shooting a 45.