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CV golf wins on their home course.

By: Brian Fees | Towanda Daily Review | August 30, 2017 | Photo courtesy Brian Fees


CV golf wins on their home courseWESTFIELD — Playing on their home course of River Valley, the Cowanesque Valley golf team posted the low round of the day with a 322 to take first place in an NTL match.

Tanner Adriance paced CV with medalist honors of a 70, and Austin Outman tied for the second best round at 76. Tyler Vargeson shot 87 and Kurtis Easton shot 89, while Christian Kemp had a 95 and Joel Heck had a 98 in non-scoring rounds. Skylar Smith shot 45 and Josh Whalen 54 in nine-hole exhibition rounds.

Wellsboro was second at 344 with Ben Barnett leading the way at 78. Taynton Reppard shot 86 and Brandyn Tuttle shot 87, while Joseph Propheta shot a 93. Ty Morral had a 94 and Brock Hamblin had a 97 in non-scoring rounds. Ethan Blakley had a 59 and Daniel Mitchell a 50 in exhibition rounds.

Sayre was third at 361 with Ryan Murrelle leading the way with a 76. Nate Sweet shot 93, Gavin Blair had a 95 and James Esposito had a 97. Ben Harding had a 99 and Nick Allis a 104 in non-scoring rounds.

NP-Mansfield was fourth at 399 with Andrew Everetts leading the way with a 96. Curtis Craig shot 100, RJ Farrell shot 101 and Reece White had a round of 102. Katrina Toth-Penner shot 105 and Ethan Weiskopff had a 115 in non-scoring rounds. Alex Stein shot a 65 in an exhibition round.

Athens was fifth at 400 with Nate Kennedy shooting an 84 and Dylan Krise had a 96. Michael Cook had a 106 and Chase Minnick shot a 114.

Anthony Peterson shot a 116 and Kyler Setzer a 135 in non-scoring rounds. Brady Smith had a 50 in an exhibition round.

Towanda shot 402 with Tyler Hawley shooting 93. Kourtney Dunn, Dawsan Manning and Connor Wilcox all shot 103 for Towanda. Jon Hoffman shot 107 and Bob Farley 109 in non-scoring rounds.

Troy had one golfer — Hayden Dewey — who shot a 92.

"We knew going to River Valley and beating CV was going to be tough," Wellsboro coach Steve Macensky said. "On the bright side, we posted another good team score of 344. Which, was the winning team score at districts last year. Also, for the first time since I started coaching, we had all six players break 100. It was a positive night all the way around."


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Brian Fees is the sports editor of the Daily & Sunday Review in Towanda, PA.