Ross Royals repeat as D10 boys’ golf team champions

Ross Royals repeat as D10 boys’ golf team champions

GUELPH – The Ross Royals repeated as District 10 high school boys’ golf team champions Wednesday at the Guelph Lakes Golf and Country Club.

The Ross team of Kaylan LeComp, Peter Wojicki, Mark McLeod and Ethan Turner won with a score of 217. The Centennial team of Mason Vetter, Rowan Reynard, Nate Taylor and Royce Lin was second at 233 and the Centre Wellington team of Eddie McDonald, Riley Duchesne, Tanner Davies and Nolan Byrd was third at 234.

Evan Klein of Bishop Macdonell took the boys’ individual title with a round of 71 while Wojicki and McLeod both shot rounds of 72.

The Royals are D10 champs for the third consecutive year.

Ciara Hayne of Lourdes won the girls’ individual crown with a round of 92 while Madison Howell of Guelph CVI was the runner-up at 100 and Centennial’s Sienna Stajduhar was third at 101.

There’s no team competition for girls.

Norwell Varsity Reds swept the top two spots in the boys’ team competition at the Pike Lake golf course near Mount Forest Tuesday to keep their championship-winning streak alive as it’s their eighth consecutive title win

Norwell’s team of Aaron Kernoghan, Ethan McCarey, Luke McCarey and Luke Parker won at 240 while the squad of Carter Murray, Jaxon McGuire, Quinn Habermehl and Levi Kuchma was second at 243. Third went to the Wellington Heights team of Parker Coffey, Evan McDougall, Austin Hibberd and Tyson Eurig with a score of 257.

McGuire won the individual boys’ title with a round of 75 while Coffey and Ethan McCarey both shot 79.

Sanvi Swarup led an Erin one-two in the individual girls’ event with a round of 77 while schoolmate Ava Di Martino was second at 83 and Norwell’s Ella Shaw was third at 93.

Top finishers in both tournaments advance to next week’s CWOSSA championship tournaments.

The CWOSSA girls’ event is to be held at the Stonetree Golf Club in Owen Sound Monday while the CWOSSA boys’ event is to go Wednesday at the Saugeen Golf Club in Port Elgin.


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