June 3rd, 2013

CSAA Seventh and Eighth grade golf results

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Conor Revell

Managing Editor


CSAA Seventh and Eighth grade golf results
Seventh grade girl winners / photo by Conor Revell

The CSAA held its annual seventh/eighth grade golf tournament Monday afternoon at the Seneca Golf Course.

Girls

Morgan Tinsley of St. Patrick shot a 44 on the par 36 course to win the girls eighth grade division. Anna Palmer (Anna Palmer, 50), Erin Ball (Holy Spirit, 75), and Kaylee Thornsberry (Notre Dame Academy, 75) placed second, third and fourth respectively. Ball won the scorecard playoff over Thornsberry.

“It feels good to win,” Tinsley said. “But I didn’t play as good as I wanted too. I drove the ball better than anything else.”

Ryan Bender of St. Margaret Mary fired a one over par (37) to win the girls seventh grade division. Grace Berger (St. Patrick, 41), Erin Rowland (St. Patrick, 41), and Meredith Boeckmann (St. Margaret Mary, 47) placed second, third, and fourth.  Berger won the scorecard playoff over Rowland to place second.

“I played well today,” Bender said. “I hit the ball well with my eyes today.”

Boys

Holy Trinity won both the seventh grade team championship with a score of 237 and the eighth grade championship with a score of 234.

St. Martha (265), St. Agnes (288), Notre Dame Academy (314), and St. Bernard (320) placed in the top of the eighth grade team top five.

Robbie Keyes of Holy Trinity fired a two over par (74) to win boys individual eighth grade division. Shawn Deweese (Holy Trinity, 80), Cameron Clark (Notre Dame Academy, 80), and Carter Ramsey (Sacred Heart Model School, 83) joined Keyes in the top four

St. Patrick (248), St. Margaret Mary (282), Notre Dame Academy (291), and St. Raphael (327) rounded out the seventh grade team top five.

Holy Trinity’s Jay Kirchdofer fired a three over par (75) to win the boys individual seventh grade division. Christian Olsen (Holy Trinity, 76), Andrew Hinkebein (St. Patrick, 77), and Joseph Steier (St. Patrick, 78) rounded out the top four.

 

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