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8/20/2014 10:34:00 AM
Roundup: L-P boys golf edges Princeton in opener


Princeton’s Arraia Hicks watches a fairway shot Tuesday at Edgewood Park Golf Course in McNabb. Hicks shot a 53 to help the Tigresses beat Putnam County 207-248.NewsTribune photo/Chris Yucus
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Princeton’s Arraia Hicks watches a fairway shot Tuesday at Edgewood Park Golf Course in McNabb. Hicks shot a 53 to help the Tigresses beat Putnam County 207-248.
NewsTribune photo/Chris Yucus
NT Sports Staff




The La Salle-Peru boys golf team opened the season with a narrow two-stroke victory Tuesday at Senica’s Oak Ridge Golf Club.

The Cavaliers recorded a 177 to edge Princeton (179).

Kyle Hanck led L-P with a 40. Kyle Quick had a 44, Elliot Lewis carded a 45 and Tommy Somolski shot a 48 to round out the scoring for the Cavs.

Princeton’s Ian Nichols was the medalist with a 39. Also scoring for Princeton were Colby Robbins (44), Colton Erven (46) and Miles Rose (50).

At Sandwich
Ottawa carded a 356 on Tuesday to tie for seventh at Sandwich’s Indian Invitational at Edgebrook Golf Course.

Connor Soenkson led the Pirates with an 85. Carter Piercy shot an 88, Brad Budcantis carded an 89 and Adam Cox had a 94 for Ottawa.

Richmond-Burton won the event with a 318. R-B’s Jordan Hahn was the medalist with a 70.

GIRLS GOLF
Princeton 207, Putnam County 248
Princeton Sophia Suarez shot a medalist 49 on Tuesday at Edgewood Park Golf Club in McNabb to lead the Tigresses to victory.

“The girls played their hearts out after a very slow start, getting over the first-match jitters and nervousness,” PHS coach Will Gross said.

Audra Reidner shot a 51, Arraia Hicks scored a 53 and Sarah Crowe had a 54 to round out the scoring for PHS.

Kelsey Grosenbach led PC with a 51. Also scoring for the Lady Panthers were Hanna Hundley (63), Madison Zellmer (65) and Olivia Lindstrom (69).












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