Falcons, Varsity Reds capture golf team titles
GUELPH – The Centre Wellington Falcons and Norwell Varsity Reds claimed the team titles at Wednesday’s District 4/10 high school golf championships at the Guelph Lakes Golf and Country Club.
Centre Wellington cruised to the D10 title with a team score of 235. Other teams to advance to next week’s CWOSSA boys’ championship tournament from D10 were the Orangeville Scarlet Bears, Ross Royals and Bishop Macdonell Celtics. Orangeville was second at 266 with Ross third at 267 and Bishop Mac fourth at 272.
Norwell won the D4 team title at 267 while the Centre Dufferin Royals also gained a spot in the CWOSSA boys’ tournament for their team as they were second at 272.
Zach Burt of Centre Wellington took the D10 boys’ title with a round of one-over 72. He was followed by Curtis Coulson of Lourdes at 78, Dylan Weber of Bishop Mac at 79 and the pair of Jordan Prior of Ross and Clayton Duchesne of Centre Wellington at 80.
Coulson, Nathaniel Gray Lamont and Landon Young of the Guelph CVI Green Gaels and Nick Fairhall-Roy of the Centennial Spartans gained berths in the CWOSSA boys’ tournament as individual competitors.
Elliott McCarey of Norwell won the D4 boys’ title. He won the tie-breaker with Kiefer Oomen-Danckert of the Erin Raiders after both shot rounds of 84. Jake St. Pierre of Centre Dufferin was third at 87, Ethan Andrews of the Wellington Heights Wolverines fourth at 88 and Noah Millsap of Centre Dufferin and Matthew DeJong of the Westside Thunder tied for fifth at 90.
Oomen-Danckert, Andrews, DeJong and Braydon Darroch of Wellington Heights claimed D4’s individual entries in the CWOSSA boys’ tournament.
Tara O’Connor of Centennial won the D10 girls’ title with a round of 82. Amy McLeod of Ross was second at 89 and Jordan Occhiuto of Bishop Mac third at 98.
Others to gain D10’s berths in the CWOSSA girls’ tournament were Emma Elliott of Ross, Holly Steeneveld of Bishop Mac, Isabelle Funk of the St. James Lions, Taryn Hurd of the Orangeville Scarlet Bears and Raeanne Maggiolo of Bishop Mac.
Morgan Rutledge of Centre Dufferin took the D4 girls’ title with a round of 75. Madison Ouellette of Westside was second at 78 and her schoolmate Emily Harlond was third at 85.
Reese Miller of Norwell and Ashton MacDonald of Centre Dufferin also advance to the CWOSSA girls’ tournament.
The CWOSSA girls’ tournament is set for Tuesday with the CWOSSA boys’ tournament slated to go Wednesday. Both are to be held at the Listowel Golf Club with the tournament’s first swings to be taken at 9:30 a.m.
- Guelph Sports Journal