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May 2, 2013

Guay shoots 3-under par in Peru's win

PERU — Jordan Guay carded a sensational three-under 33 at Adirondack Golf & Country Club Wednesday afternoon to lead Peru to a 6-0 victory over Ticonderoga in Champlain Valley Athletic Conference golf.

Guay had a bogey on the first hole, but was flawless after that as the Indians improved their record to 3-0.



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Matt Nugent added a 42 and Tyler Lemza a 44 for Peru, which also got victories from Christian Mattila, Kyler Miller and Gavin Plimpton.

Jacob Young was low man for the Sentinels with a 50.

Peru 6, Ticonderoga 0

No. 1- Guay (P) def. Bezon, 33-79. No. 2- Nugent (P) def. Young, 42-50. No. 3- Lemza (P) def. Wright, 44-58. No. 4- Mattila (P) def. Afzal, 47-65. No. 5- Miller (P) def. Jordan, 46-53. No. 6- Plimpton (P) def. Geiser, 47-67.

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PLATTSBURGH 5, SETON CATHOLIC 1

PLATTSBURGH — T.J. LaPoint was medalist with a 46, while Nick Dodd and Andre Poirier each carded a 48 to lead the Hornets past the Knights.

Alec Odnoha and Matt Evans also won matches for Plattsburgh High.

Adam Tedford was low man for Seton Catholic with a 49 and Joe Zalis picked up the win for the Knights.

Plattsburgh 5, Seton Catholic 1

No. 1- Dodd (PHS) def. Favreau, 48-51. No. 2- Poirier (PHS) def. Tedford, 48-49. No. 3- LaPoint (PHS) def. LaFranca, 46-60. No. 4- Odnoha (PHS) def. Ryan, 50-55. No. 5- Evans (PHS) def. LaFountain, 53-54. No. 6- Zalis (SC) def. Messner, 61-82.

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MORIAH 4, BEEKMANTOWN 2

PERU — The Eagles’ Tyler Begor was medalist on the day with a 47 at Adirondack Golf & Country Club, but the Vikings prevailed for the team win.

Dylan Scozzafava, who lost his No. 1 match to Begor, was low for Moriah with a 51 and Travis Nephew was next with a 52.

Derek Brassard, Wesley Belzer, Nephew and Zachary Beeman won their respective matches for the Vikings, with Beeman winning by one stroke in the No. 6 match for the margin of victory.

Begor and Brenden Carnright picked up the Eagles’ wins.

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