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Tuesday, Sep. 25, 2018
NOSSA golf a two-man race
2017-09-30
by Randy Pascal

Sudbury golfers Tristan Renaud (Lockerby) and Alex Fowke (St Charles) were putting on a show Thursday in Blind River, the local pair easily showing the way at the 2017 NOSSA Golf Championships.

Renaud carded an impressive round of 67, giving up a four shot edge over Fowke, with the remainder of the field at least another five shots back. Justin Karcz (Collège Notre-Dame) and Emmett Taillefer (Lockerby) were next at 76 and 78 respectively, just ahead of a four player logjam at 80.

On the girls side, Hannah Nykilchyk of Lockerby duplicated her comfortable city championship victory, posting a final score of 86, a full ten shots better than Jaye Harrington of St Joseph Scollard Hall in North Bay.

None of the remaining girls broke 100, though both Maria Lajambe from Elizabeth Bruyère (104) and Briana Whitson of Lasalle (105) were within shouting distance of the century mark.

Following is a breakdown of the golfers placing sixth to tenth in the boys draw:

Ryder Johnston (Lockerby) - 80
Gage King (Widdifield) - 80
Oliver Taillefer (Lo-Ellen) - 80
Anthony Rogerson (Notre-Dame) - 80
Josh Hayes (Lo-Ellen) - 81
Nick Cundari (St Joseph Scollard Hall) - 82

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