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OFA, M-W golfers post key home wins

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Depth proved to be a common denominator for OFA and Madrid-Waddington in Tuesday’s Northern Conference Division I Golf action .

Playing their first match at the St. Lawrence State Park, the Blue Devils (4-0) survived some shaky moments to underscore Malone (4-1) by 221-231 in a match of Division I unbeatens and Madrid-Waddington (228) swept Massena (239) and Brushton-Moira (273) at the Twin Brooks Golf and Country Club.

OFA PREVAILS

“We had some big numbers today and I don’t know why because we were playing at home. We just had some jitters today and hopefully we’ve got them worked out before we play Brushton-Moira at home on Thursday,” said OFA Coach Joe Lynch.

“But we were able to pull out the win.

Davis Sprague shot a medalist round of 40 for the Huskies but the Devils countered with a 41 from Tristen Moore, a 42 by Rudy Binion and a 43 by Jed McRoberts. Conor Hannan followed with a 47 and Matt Piercey and Ryan Petell each finished at 48.

Cole Depruy and Nathan Hunter shot 46’s for Malone and Logan Lamb finished at 48.

M-W SWEEPS

Kaden Pickering and Jeff Mott shot 42’s to lead Madrid-Waddington to a sweep and 4-1 start to its first season of Division I Golf.

“We bounced back and played much better than we did at Potsdam yesterday,” said M-W Coach Aaron Jones.

“Our depth carried us today. Austin Delosh is a first-year golfer who wants to learn and keeps getting better.”

Delosh shot a 47 combining with Zeb Zagrobelny’s 46 and a 51 by Alex Hammond to round out the winning total. Wade Lawrence shot a nonscoring 53.

Young shot a 54 but was edged by Mikayla McCarthy who finished at 52.

B-M’s Devin Delisle earned medalist honors with a 36 which included birdies on the fourth and fifth holes. Hunter Francis shot a 42 for Massena and Brendan Dobbins finished at 46.

DIVISION II MATCH

RAYMONDVILLE - The Norwood-Norfolk Central golf team gained an NAC Division II tri-meet sweep over Canton (4-1) and Clifton-Fine (5-0) at the Raymondville Country Club on Tuesday.

Freshman Jacob Levison posted the low round of the day at the par 36 lay-out with a 41 in the fourth group. Canton was led by Danny Christy’s 48.

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