MPA Individual Golf Championship scores

Posted by: MBR on Sun Oct 16th, 2016 5:48 am
MPA Individual ChampionshipAt Natanis GC, Vassalboro[i:1wntitrx]Round 1[/i:1wntitrx]Class A1. Cole Anderson (Camden Hills) 73, 2. Lucas Roop (Gorham) 74, T3. Anthony Burnham (Scarborough) 75, Caleb Manuel (Mt. Ararat) 75, Tate Porter (Greely) 75, 6. Reed Foehl (Portland) 77, T7. Alex McGonagle (Deering) 78, Jacob Laplume (Thornton) 78, Matt Adamowicz (Falmouth) 78, T10. Ethan Mason (Scarborough) 80, Tom Higgins (Cheverus) 80, 12. Alex Robert (Lewiston) 81, T13. Blake Marden (Messalonskee) 82, Colby Esty (Skowhegan) 82, Ryan Kaczmarek (Gorham) 82, Ryan Nelson (Mt. Blue) 82, 17. Jeremy Baker (Cheverus) 84, T18. Jacob Bernatchez (Messalonskee) 85, Jake Luce (Portland) 85, Kyle Cholod (Cheverus) 85, Reed Lonsdale (Falmouth) 85, 22. Matt Merrill (Thornton) 86, T23. Brandon Desjardin (Gorham) 87, Cade Charron (Mt. Ararat) 87, Cam Cox (Mt. Ararat) 87, T26. Jake Whitley (Cony) 88, Ryan McSorley (Cheverus) 88, 28. Deryk Belanger (Edward Little) 89, 29. Zach Grant (Brunswick) 90, 30. Tyler Dostie (Cony) 91, T31. John Welch (Cheverus) 92, Jordan Allen (Gorham) 92, 33. Owen Manahan (Kennebunk) 93, T34. Ben Cassidy (Edward Little) 94, Connor Russell (Camden Hills) 94, Ian Jarvis (Bonny Eagle) 94, 37. Lewis Laurita (Camden Hills) 97Class B1. Eric Dugas (MCI) 73, 2. Tyler Worcester (Fryeburg) 77, 3. Chris Kauppila (Old town) 78, T4. Carter Pearl (MCI) 80, Cole Daniel (Old Town) 80, Ryan Collins (Cape Elizabeth) 80, T7. Aaron Pion (Erskine) 81, Ryan Lawrence (Oceanside) 81, T9. Alex Blackie (Old Town) 83, Justin Browne (Erskine) 83, T11. Connor Paine (Erskine) 84, Ethan Sclar (Freeport) 84, 13. Max Altznauer (Cape Elizabeth) 85, T14. Austin Legge (Cape Elizabeth) 86, Brent Stewart (Medomak Valley) 86, Cody Pellerin (Waterville) 86, Jack Kelley (Cape Elizabeth) 86, T18. Seth Clark (MDI) 87, Tyler Walker (Lake Region) 87, 20. Kyle Nicholson (MDI) 88, 21. Ryan Walker (Lake Region) 89, T22. Chris Laprade (Cape Elizabeth) 90, Robert Harmon (Erskine) 90, 24. Ethan Haag (Yarmouth) 91, T25. Akira Tanabe (Foxcroft) 93, Wes Kauppila (Old Town) 93. 27. Hunter Flynn (Presque isle) 94, 28. Cooper Chamberland (Gray-NG) 96, 29. Matt Sforza (Hermon) 102, 30. Brandon Keezer (Erskine) 107, 31. Dillon Leland (Old Town) 108Class C1. Logan Thompson (Mattanawcook) 67, 2. MItchell Tarrio (Kents Hill) 75, 3. Ben Tuttle (Hodgdon) 79, T4. Mason Corriveau (Dirigo) 81, Percy Zentz (George Stevens) 81, T6. Charlie deHass (Winthrop) 82, Justin Keaney (St. Dom’s) 82, T8. Adam White (St. Dom’s) 84, Jacob Gaudin (Dirigo) 84, John Bernard (Fort Fairfield) 84, T11. Brogan Plossay (Winthrop) 85, Grant Hefler (Wiscasset) 85, T13. Brock Campbell (Madison) 86, Drew Marino (Houlton) 86, Jeff Garfield (Mattanawcook) 86, T16. Carson Veilleux (Forest Hills) 87, Trevor Flannagan (Monmouth) 87, 18. Jarred Chase (George Stevens) 88, 19. Russell Cushman (Telstar) 89, T20. Max Woodman (Mattanawcook) 90, Mike Kersey (Dirigo) 90, Zach Robertson (Winthrop) 90, 23. Jack Lander (Calais) 91, 24. Duncan McCormick (Houlton) 93, 25. Conor McLaughlin (Mattanawcook) 94,26. Judson Carver (Jonesport Beals) 103, 27. Javier Padillo (Forest Hills) 104, 28. Jake Malcom (NYA) 106, 29. Brent Rickett (NYA) 110GirlsT1. Bailey Plourde (Lincoln Academy) 73, Erin Holmes (Greely) 73, 3. Jordan Laplume (Thornton) 77, T4. Elizabeth Lacgonata (Scarborough) 78, Lauren Schoneworlf (Cape Elizabeth) 78, T6. Hongyi (YoYo) Wu (Thornton) 79, Janelle Bryant (St. Dom’s) 79, Rachel Smith (Greely) 79, 9. Markella Gammaitoni (St. Dom’s) 82, 10. Katie Dixon (Carrabec) 85, 11. Stephanie Rodrigue (Lewiston) 87, T12. Isabella Perry (Greely) 89, Jenna Pavis (Greely) 89, 14. MaKenzie Plourde (Penobscot Valley) 90, T15. Marley Riddell (Bonny Eagle) 93, Valerie Doucette (Lisbon) 93, 17. Louisa Colucci (Thornton) 95, 18. Delaney Smith (MDI) 97, T19. Kylie Lavallee (Thornton) 99, Mia Spencer (Cape Elizabeth) 99, T21. Elise McKendry (Forest Hills) 100, Emma Park (Brunswick) 100, Sadie Edgecomb (Fort Fairfield) 100, 24. Ena Baker (Marshwood) 101, T25. Allison Dean (Madison) 103, Celia Clarke (Yarmouth) 103, Greta Friburger (Dirigo) 103,28. Libby Boone (Presque Isle) 104, T29. Haley Turcotte (Spruce Mountain) 105, Samantha Dauphinee (Old Town) 105. T31. Ana Sanders (Cheverus) 106, Sarah Edgecomb (Fort Fairfield) 106, 33. Karagan McGlauflin (Penobscot Valley) 108, T34. Megan Bradish (Wells) 111, Molly Whelan (Freeport) 111, 36. Michaela Huey (Lawrence) 112, 37. Abby Moreau (Spruce Mountain) 117, 38. Madison Mooradian (Windham) 118, 39. Lauren Borque (Messalonskee) 120, 40. Ava Morse (GP Christian) 132, 41. Abby Varney (Cony) 141
Posted by: MBR on Sun Oct 16th, 2016 5:49 am
Anderson, Dugas, Thomas win boys golf titles; Plourde shares girls crown... “I thought I already lost it after Plourde made the putt on nine. It came as a surprise to me.”The two embraced.“I told her, ‘Nice job, Erin,'” Plourde said. “We have been a lot together the past few summers. I told her, ‘Nice job, you deserved it.’ She didn’t know we actually tied. We cried.”The birdie was Holmes’ fourth of the day. She and Plourde finished with a score of 1-over-par 73 in sharing the Maine Principals’ Association girls individual state title.http://bangordailynews.com/2016/10/16/s ... rls-crown/
Posted by: MBR on Sun Oct 16th, 2016 6:31 am
A day for repeat championsBailey Plourde of Lincoln Academy earns a share of her third girls' title, and Mattanawcook's Logan Thompson (Class C) and Camden Hills' Cole Anderson (Class A) successfully defend their boys' crowns.... In the boys’ competition, Logan Thompson of Mattanawcook Academy was the only player to break par. Thompson shot a 5-under 67 on the 5,876-yard Arrowhead layout to win his third straight Class C title, by eight strokes.Camden Hills sophomore Cole Anderson repeated as the Class A winner. His 1-over 73 on the 6,077-yard Tomahawk course edged Lucas Roop of Gorham by a stroke.Eric Dugas, a senior at Maine Central Institute, shot 73 on the Tomahawk course to win Class B by four strokes over Tyler Worcester of Fryeburg Academy.http://www.pressherald.com/2016/10/15/h ... rls-title/