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Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Oct 10, 2014 9:02 am

In state golf, Scarborough hopes a first team title is in the cards
The Red Storm will look to cap a perfect season Saturday after going 10-0 in the SMAA and winning the league’s North title.

After failing to qualify for the state Class A team golf championship last year, Scarborough is back with its best chance to win it all. The Red Storm take a 10-0 regular-season record and the SMAA North title into Saturday’s state team tourney at Natanis Golf Course in Vassalboro. Scarborough, one of the six SMAA teams in the event, never has won a golf team state title. The Red Storm last won a league North title in 2004. “In any state championship it comes down to handling the pressure and the conditions,” said Coach Mike Murphy. “We’ve had a great season. We had a couple of wins against Falmouth and one against Cheverus. Both teams are strong.” In Murphy’s 26 seasons, this will be Scarborough’s 10th appearance in the states. The Red Storm made it three straight years (2010-12), with a school-best fifth two years ago...

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Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Oct 10, 2014 9:46 am

Golf: Ramblers one shot closer to state title

One stroke. That's all it took to derail Winthrop High School's quest at completing a perfect season. A missed putt, a bad chip, a missed fairway. All those moments magnified after the Ramblers saw the Class C state golf championship slip through their fingers by a single stroke. Instead, the title went to St. Dominic Academy, taking the state title for the fourth straight season. But you don't have to remind Winthrop of last year's result. The Ramblers remember vividly. "We've talked about it since the first day," Winthrop coach Lonney Steeves said. "It's one shot. If it was eight or nine shots, it would have been easier to accept because every one of the five guys that played, all of them could think of one shot. Whether it was a missed putt or a bad chip, everybody thought it was their fault that we lost and that's the hard part...

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Oct 11, 2014 8:32 am

MCI, Winthrop look for redemption at golf titles
The two teams are in the hunt for state championships Saturday at Natanis Golf Course.

BY EVAN CRAWLEY STAFF WRITER
VASSALBORO — The time has come for the Winthrop High School and Maine Central Institute golf teams to find out whether or not they are ready for redemption. At last season’s Class C team championship, the Ramblers lost to St. Dominic by just a single stroke, while MCI — which had been considered a favorite throughout the regular season — had a rough day in the Class B championship and finished 14 strokes back of 2013 champ Camden Hills...

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 12, 2014 7:32 am

Scarborough captures Class A golf title
Camden Hills prevails in Class B and Winthrop in Class C


VASSALBORO — Scarborough High won its first state golf championship Saturday, using consistent play to edge Greely by two shots in Class A at Natanis Golf Course. Camden Hills won its second straight Class B title and Winthrop, denied last year by a shot, prevailed in Class C. Drew Kane led Scarborough with a 75. The other three scorers weren’t far behind. After Kane came Mitchell Wedge with an 80, Braeden Kane with an 81 and Nate Roberts with an 82. Chandler Langlois, the other member of the team, had an 89. Only the top four scores are counted toward the team total. “I’m so happy for the kids,” said Coach Mike Murphy. “They grinded out there and kept their composure. I didn’t know exactly what kind of team we would have at the start of the year. The kids really stepped up...

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 12, 2014 7:36 am

Winthrop golf wins first Maine championship title in 19 years

Senior Taylor Morang led the way for the Ramblers carding a 4-under-par 68 in a round that featured seven birdies, eight pars and three bogeys

VASSALBORO — A year ago the Winthrop High School golf team was fighting back tears just outside the clubhouse at Natanis Golf Club as it watched Saint Dominic Academy accept the state championship trophy. If there were any tears shed Saturday by the Ramblers, they were ones of joy. After falling to the Saints by a single stroke for the 2013 title Winthrop came though this time around at Natanis, posting a 215 team score to hold off St. Dom’s (324) and Houlton (326) to capture the first state championship of 2014. According to the Maine Principals Association, it is the first state title in golf for the Ramblers since 1995...

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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 13, 2014 5:36 am

Winthrop, Camden Hills, Scarborough win team golf state titles

VASSALBORO | Taylor Morang strode from the 17th green toward the 18th tee, his head high after his seventh birdie-or-better of the day. To his right, teammate Ben Caprara was on an adjacent tee box. “You doing OK?” Morang asked with nonchalance. The pair exchanged a few words, and …

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Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 13, 2014 6:16 am

Marshwood golf is sixth at states


VASSALBORO, Maine — The Marshwood High School golf team shot 330 to finish sixth at the Class A team championships on Saturday at the Natanis Golf Course. Scarborough shot 318 to win the title. For Marshwood, Mark Richardson shot 76, Noah Juhl shot 81, Jack Roberts shot 85, Tucker Etro shot 88 and Chad Gregor shot 102. At the New Hampshire individual championships, no local golfers finished in the top 10. In Division II, Cole Gendron of Portsmouth was the top local finisher, shooting 82 in Saturday’s round at Pease Golf Course in Portsmouth for a two-day total of 163. In Division I at Concord Country Club, Dover’s Eric Evans shot 86 for a two-day total of 166...

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Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Oct 17, 2014 7:08 am

Scarborough golf wins first Class A title; Cape runner-up in B

After knocking at the door for several years, Scarborough's golf team kicked it down and got to experience the sweet taste of a first Class A state championship Saturday at Natanis Golf Course in Vassalboro. The Red Storm, after a 10-0 regular season, found themselves embroiled in a down-to-the-wire thriller at states, but their four-player combined score of 318 was two strokes better than Greely and Falmouth (the Rangers claimed second place on a tiebreaker). Scarborough was paced by Drew Kane, who shot an 18-hole round of 75. Mitchell Wedge (80), Braeden Kane (81) and Nate Roberts (82) also scored, while Chandler Langlois' round of 89 wasn't factored in...

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