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May 14, 2013

AuSable Valley golfers win tiebreaker

AUSABLE FORKS — Monday’s Champlain Valley Athletic Conference golf match between AuSable Valley and Northeastern Clinton at the AuSable Valley Golf Club couldn’t have been closer.

The two teams tied, 3-all, before the Patriots won the match, 172-173, in the tie-breaker, using the top four scores on each team.



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Nate Devins, Riley Taylor and Ian Rennie won matches for the Patriots, with Devins the medalist on the day with a 39. Taylor added a 42 and Rennie a 44.

Alex Duffy, Chris Kokes and Zachary Guay picked up the wins for the Cougars. Duffy was low man for NCCS with a 41, while Guay added a 43.

AuSable Valley 3, NCCS 3

(AVC wins, 172-173, in tie-breaker)

No. 1- Devins (AVC) def. Reid, 39-45. No. 2- Duffy (NCCS) def. Perkett, 41-47. No. 3- Kokes (NCCS) def. Hart, 45-50. No. 4- Guay (NCCS) def. Finnegan, 43-50. No. 5- Taylor (AVC) def. Littlefield, 42-44. No. 6- Rennie (AVC) def. Young, 44-45.

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PERU 5, SETON CATHOLIC 1

PERU — Jordan Guay carded a one-under par 35 at Adirondack Golf & Country Club to lead the Indians (6-2) past the Knights.

Guay was four-over par after the first hole and then birdied the next four holes.

Tyler Lemza added a 41, Chris Mattila a 42, Gavin Plimpton a 45 and Kyle Miller a 46 while also winning for Peru.

Nic Favreau’s 42 was the low round for the Knights. Joey LaFranca recorded the lone win for the Knights.

Peru 5, Seton Catholic 1

No. 1- Guay (P) def. Favreau, 35-42. No. 2- Lemza (P) def. Tedford, 41-46. No. 3- Mattila (P) def. LaFountain, 42-53. No. 4- LaFranca (SC) def. Nugent, 52-54. No. 5- Plimpton (P) def. Templin, 45-73. No. 6- Miller (P) def. Deon, 46-77.

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SARANAC 5, BEEKMANTOWN 1

PLATTSBURGH — Jarett Wright carded a 46 and won his match for the Chiefs, along with Nick Lees, Plumadore, Max Staley and Nick Daniels, in the match that was held at The Barracks Golf Course.

Austin LaDieu turned in the low round for Saranac (4-4) with a 44, but he lost his No. 2 match to the Eagles’ Brenden Carnright, who was the medalist with a 42.

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