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NC High School Regionals Are Complete Now, On to the State 

CONOVER, NC – Wednesday October 22, 2014 - The girl’s high school regionals were completed on Tuesday  The slate is set for the state championship that will be held in Pinehurst starting Monday October 27 and conclude on Tuesday October 28.

The 1A/2A competition will be held at the Foxfire Golf Course and Resort. The 3A contest will be held at Longleaf Golf and Country Club and the 4A will be held at Pinehurst #1.

1A/2A Regional:In the East regional Croatan garnered a first place victory by seven strokes led by Leann Domotrovits. Domotrovits was also the medalist.  

The Central regional was won by perennial powerhouse Salisbury with Grace Yatawara leading the charge. Yatawara was also recipient of the medalist award.  

The West regional was won by another annual golf powerhouse Hendersonville. Hendersonville was led to victory by Emma Reid. Page Church from Avery County won the medalist honors. 

Croatan posted the lowest team total of 260. 

3A Regional:Union Pines won the 3A East regional led by Abby Parsons. Cameryn Smith from West Brunswick came away with the medalist honors. 

Cardinal Gibbons beat back last years 3A State Champions Ledfor to win the 3A Centeral regional. Gibbons was led by Hailey Freedman and Riely Smyth who posted identical scores. The medalist at the 3A Central Regional was Gina Kim from Chapel Hill. Photos courteous of Coach David Fox, Cox Mill

Meadlist Gina Kim, Chapel Hill

Individual Runner Ups Kendall Dobbins, N. Guilford - Hailey Joy, Rockingham County

Team Cardinal Gibbions

Team Ledford

The West regional was won by Marvin Ridge. The medalist was Megan Burgess of North Henderson. 

The lowest team score of the 3A regionals was 243 by Cardinal Gibbons.  

4A Regional:Holly Springs came out the winner at the 4A East regional with Courtney Normand leading the way. The medalist was Bhatia Rhea from Heritage. 

In the Central regional the winning team was Ragsdale led by Joliana Elias who also laid claim to the medalist honors. 

Abby Hartsell lead Alexander Central to the winner’s platform at the West regional and also won the medalist honors.  

The lowest team score in the 4A regionals is held by Alexander Central at 253.  

The lowest individual round of all the regionals belongs to Gina Kim of Chapel Hill and Cameryn Smith of West Brunswick. They both posted rounds of 73.

Before the High School Regionals

The CGNT sent out emails to the 2013 girls state champion coaches to inquire about their teams prospects of returning to the state playoffs for 2014. All three teams will be there to defend their titles. The CGNT was particularly impressed with the words of Ardrey Kell's Coach Bart Whitney. Here is what he had to say, "

Hi Tom,

The Ardrey Kell girls have enjoyed the season.  With many new players, the lady Knights set goals to qualify 5 members of the team to play at Regionals and to win the SoMeck8 Conference Title.  Having accomplished those two goals, the Knights will take their match scoring average of 120 to compete for a top 3 finish at the 4-A Western Regional and a birth to the State Championship in Pinehurst.
4-A West Regional - Having won 3 of the last 4 State Championships, the Knights understand the challenges ahead of them.  The West Regional always has a very competitive field.  This years contest will be no different as Alexander Central, South Caldwell, Hough, Charlotte Catholic, Mooresville, Reagan and RJ Reynolds have all posted excellent regular season scores.  Alexander Central will be the team to beat with two Seniors and a Junior leading the way.  The final two team spots will be very close.
4-A State Championship - Ardrey Kell has been a big part of the State Championship since 2008.  The team would like to be back in Pinehurst for what will probably be the most competitive Championship ever.  It would be a pleasure for Ardrey Kell to play Pinehurst #1 and be in the mix on Tuesday afternoon.

Team is led by the following players:

Megan Cullip (SR) - Team captain with a match average of 36.1.
Alexis Whitney (JR) - Averaging 37.5 in matches.
Nicole Kramer (FR) - Averaging 45 in matches.
Laura Swaringen (SR) - Averaging 49.4 in matches.
Erika Fleming (JR) - Averaging 50.0 in matches."

Coach Whitney was right on target in his predictions on the regionals as Alexander Central was the team to beat at the regional. The State? Well that is a different thing all together. Different pressures will make scoring more difficult.

Sarah Bae wins individual medal at Fighting Camel Classic

BUIES CREEK, N.C. - Sophomore Sarah Bae <> shot 220 (70-72-78) to claim her first individual medal of the season with a win at the Fighting Camel Classic on Tuesday in Buies Creek, North Carolina. High Point shot 308 in the final round and finished in second out of nine teams with a total score of 908 (300-300-308).

"I am really happy that the girls showed fight today and pulled through some difficult moments," head coach Vici Pate Flesher<> said. "Sarah and Tan were truly an inspiration today. Both were able to battle through some adversity and posted good results. I think we had a moment of impasse after eight or nine holes, but everyone hung in there and because of that we were able to finish second."

Bae entered the final round of the Fighting Camel Classic with a two-under 140 and shot a 78 on Tuesday. The sophomore had two birdies on the day and finished one-stroke ahead of teammate Tan Cheeranont<> and Campbell's Lisbeth Brooks and Nadine White.

The win was the first of the 2014-15 season for Bae and the third of her career. The win moves the sophomore into a tie with former Panther Kate O'Sullivan for the most tournament wins in the history of HPU women's golf.

Cheeranont had High Point's top round of the day on Tuesday with a two-over 74 to move into a tie for second with a total score of 221 (74-73-74). Cheeranont had three birdies in the round to move up from fourth. The finish is the best in Cheeranont's HPU career.

Sophomore Danielle Fuss<> struggled on Tuesday, carding an 84 to finish in 30th with a total score of 236 (77-75-84). Freshman Cayla Smith<> posted her best round of the tournament with a 77 to move into 31st with a score of 237 (80-80-77) while junior Casey Ward<> shot a 79 and finished in a tie for 39th with a 54-hole score of 242 (79-84-79). Senior Grier Bennett<> competed as an individual and finished tied with Ward in 39th with a score of 242 (82-77-83).

The second-place finish by High Point is its best of the 2014-15 season. The Panthers trimmed 10 shots off their score from last season at the Fighting Camel Classic to post their second top-five finish in four fall tournaments.

Host Campbell claimed the team win with a three-round combined score of 895 (296-297-302). The Camels had the low score in each of the three rounds of the tournament. Nova Southeastern finished in third with a score of 910 while Old Dominion posted a score of 911 to finish fourth. Toledo rounded out the top five with a score of 916.  - 
Complete scoring......

The Fighting Camel Classic marks the end of the fall season for the Panthers.

Campbell claims seventh-straight Fighting Camel Fall Classic

BUIES CREEK, N.C. – For the seventh-straight time, Campbell has won its Fighting Camel Fall Classic intercollegiate women’s golf tournament.  With three players among the top five individuals, 30th-ranked Campbell (296-297-302—895) won the 20th edition of the event by 13 strokes over runner-up High Point (300-300-308—908).

Lisbeth Brooks (74-75-72—221) and Nadine White (72-72-77—221) tied for second place and Tahnia Ravnjak (72-73-77—222) was fifth as Campbell won its first title of the 2014-15 campaign.  CU has won at least one tournament crown in 23 of the 24 years John Crooks has served as head coach of the women’s program.

Campbell’s 54-hole total (895) was the second-lowest in the tournament’s history, bettered only by last year’s 887 winning score.

Campbell, which has won its home event 16 times (including 14 of the last 15) began Tuesday with a seven-stroke advantage then produced the low team round of the day. Freshman Annelie Sjoholm (78-77-79—234) and senior Brooke Bellomy (81-77-76—234) tied for 24th place along with sophomore Mary-Katelyn Holanek (84-75-75—234), who was playing as an individual.  Freshman Ayelen Irizar tied for 27th (80-79-76—235) also as an individual.

Sarah Bae of High Point birdied the par-five 18th hole to secure a one-stroke victory on the individual leader board at 4-over 220 (70-72-78).  Teammate Tan Cheeranont (74-73-74—221) finished in a three-way tie with Brooks and White for individual runner-up honors.

Bae led the 52-player field with 11 birdies, while Brooks finished with 10.  White and Holanek had 8 each over 54 holes on the par-72, 6026 Keith Hills Orange & Black layout.  Sjoholm finished with 39 pars, second-best in the event, while Ravnjak made 38 and was 1-over on the par-4s to share the tournament lead.

Brooks led the field in par-3 scoring (-4) and was even on the par-5 holes (T5th).  White was even on the par-3s (T3rd), 4-over on the par-4s (T4th) and 1-over on the par-5 layouts (T11th).

For the second-straight day, a golfer made a hole-in-one.  On Monday, Tatum Jackson of Rutgers aced the par-3, 145-yard third hole in the second round.  During Tuesday’s final 18, Charlotte Hindmoor of Old Dominion aced the 180-yard, par-three fourteenth.

"It's definitely not something that we take for granted,” said associate head coach Tim Crooks of the program’s 76th all-time tournament title.  “Anytime that you tee off with a quality field when you're playing at home you can't take it for granted. We were fortunate enough to play a little bit better than the other teams and made a lot of good saves. We're really excited to win at home and for our players who had really good finishes today."

Brooks echoed Crooks’ sentiments following her third career runner-up showing.

"It's good to win any tournament, especially at home,” said the senior from Waunakee, Wis. “I just tried to stay positive today. I had a couple of bumps in the road and just kept fighting back. We still have one more tournament this fall, so we're heading into that with a win and it just gives us motivation to get another one."

A sophomore from Brisbane, Australia, White produced her best collegiate finish.

"It means a lot winning this tournament for our team, especially going into next week,” said White. “We played well and had the advantage since this is our home course. It played really nicely and the greens were running well, so that worked in our favor. Winning this tournament sets us up with a lot of confidence moving forward."  -   
Complete scoring......

Campbell concludes its fall schedule Oct. 26-28 with the Palmetto Intercollegiate at Kiawah Island, S.C.

Gamecocks Remain at No. 10 in Golfstat Relative Rankings

COLUMBIA, S.C. — The South Carolina men’s golf team is ranked No. 10 in the Golfstat Relative Rankings for the second straight week, Golfstat announced Wednesday.

The Gamecocks closed out their fall schedule last weekend with a one-stroke victory over Wofford in the inaugural Camden Collegiate Invitational at Camden Country Club. Carolina wrapped up the fall with three top-five finishes, including two tournament wins. The Gamecocks have finished fifth or better in 12 of their last 15 tournaments, including five wins.

Carolina is also ranked No. 10 in the most recent Golf Coaches Association of American Coaches Poll and No. 21 in the Golfweek/Sagarin Rankings.

The Gamecocks open their spring schedule at the Bayou City Collegiate Championships on Feb. 20-22 at the Golf Club of Houston in Humble, Texas.

Falch powers golfers to fourth-place finish

MORRISTOWN, Tenn. - Brevard's men's golf team improved its first round score by six strokes en route to finishing fourth at the Walters State Fall Classic, led by a top-five finish from Trym Falch.

Falch shot one-over par for the tournament, following up an even-par first round on Monday with a one-over 73 in Tuesday's final round. He finished fifth overall in the tournament as just four players shot even par or better through 36 holes in the difficult conditions.

Falch's heroics helped the Tornados to a fourth-place finish overall. South Atlantic Conference member Tusculum won the tournament with a two-day score of 585, with Tennessee Wesleyan College placing second at 598. Brevard's 608 was just five strokes shy of host Walters State for third place.

The Tornados shot 301 as a team in Tuesday's final round, a six-stroke improvement from Monday's score and the third-lowest score of the day behind Tusculum's 289 and Tennessee Wesleyan's 300.

Alejandro Montanes shot a 77 both days to finish 10-over par in support of Falch. Oskar Lundgren, Craig Stephen, and Luis Vega each finished 13-over for the tournament to round out the team scores. Sebastian Strehl led four Tornados that played as individuals with a score of four-over par.

Brevard will return to the course for its fifth and final tournament of the fall season on November 1 and 2 as it travels to the Hummingbird Intercollegiate, hosted by Western Carolina University at the Country Club of Sapphire Valley in nearby Cashiers. The field will include several Division I teams.

Apps Place Second at Terrier Intercollegiate

Appalachian State Universirty women’s golf had thier best tournament finish of the season at the Terrier Intercollegiate where they placed second. The Apps came into the final round in second place and were able to maintain their position throughout the final round.

Emily Stinson (Charlotte, N.C./Ardrey Kell) helped the Mountaineers into second place with her second round 4-over 76. Stinson was third in the field in made birdies, with three in the second round, and finished the tournament tied for third place overall.

After shooting a first round 79, Haley Zagoria (Atlanta, Ga./Woodward Academy) was able to improve in the second round with a 6-over 78. Zagoria finished at 10-over in a tie for seveth place. Hannah Craver (Winston-Salem, N.C./Reagan) matched her first round 79 with another 7-over 79 in round two. Craver completed the tournament tied for 11th place at 14-over.

Savanna Wood (Boone, N.C./Watauga High School) and Madalyn Davis (Marion, N.C./McDowell) finished the tournament tied for 17th place. Wood was first in the field in par 3 scoring and shot a second round 75. Davis recorded an 82 in the final round.

All five Mountaineers finished in the top 20 overall. Appalachian was near the top of several statistical categories. The Black and Gold were first in par 3 scoring and second in par 4 scoring, birdies made and pars made. 

The Apps shot a 27-over 315 in the first round of the 36-hole tournament.

Stinson led the way for the Mountaineers shooting a 6-over 78 and finished the day tied for seventh place.

Three Mountaineers in Zagoria, Davis, and Craver all shot a first round 7-over 79. All three were tied for 11th place after the first 18 holes. Wood ended her day tied for 34th after shooting a 14-over 86.

The Mountaineers are back in action next at the Winthrop Invitational on Nov. 1-2.

Catamount Men’s Golf Finishes 10th at Pinetree Intercollegiate

Senior J.T. Poston leads WCU, tied for seventh-place overall

Kennesaw, Ga. – Western Carolina senior J.T. Poston recorded his third top 10 finish of the fall, carding a final round, even-par 72 on Tuesday to finish tied for seventh at the Pinetree Intercollegiate at the par-72, 7,108-yard Pinetree Country Club. The Catamount men’s golf team finished 10th overall with a three-round tally of 916.

Poston countered five bogies with five birdies – three on the front nine after starting on No. 10. He finished the event with a three-round score of 217 (74-71-72). On Tuesday, Poston was two-over par through his first four holes and ultimately made his turn to the front nine at one-over on the day. Poston birdied the final hole of his tournament on the par-5 ninth to break even on the afternoon.

It was the third-time this fall that the Hickory, N.C., product paced the Catamount scoring five.

Freshman Bright Julamool came home 28th after a final round 76 which included three birdies. He shot 228 for the event with eight combined birdies. Junior Tyler Lail carded his best round of the fall season, turning in an even-par, 72, on Tuesday to advance into a tie for 38th overall. Lail had a quiet final round, countering a pair of bogies with two birdies and 14 pars.

Both Lail and Poston finished tied for fourth in par-5 scoring, matching scores of seven-under (4.42) on the longest holes on the course.

Rounding out WCU’s scoring five were sophomores Nont Panayanggool in a tie for 55th overall (80-76-84=240) and Evan Smith in 64th (83-87-83=253) in his first action of the season. Panayanggool was one of 20 golfers to card an eagle during the event.

Playing unattached as an individual, senior Matthew Turner slipped to 62nd overall with a final round score of 85 to give him 248 for the event.

Tournament-host – and now three-time defending champion – Kennesaw State claimed the team title going away, besting runner-up Liberty by 30 strokes. The nationally-ranked Owls finished with a 54-hole score of 845 while the second-place Flames, on the strength of a final-round 282, shot 875 for the tournament. Lipscomb jumped four spots in the final standings to finish third at 881, followed by Florida Gulf Coast (891) and Jacksonville State (895).

In second-place after 36 holes, 18th-ranked East Carolina struggled on the final day in shooting 312, and slipped to sixth in the standings.

Kennesaw State swept the top three podium positions as Fredrik Nilehn shot 202 including a tournament and school-record round of 64, followed by 70 and 68. He edged teammates Jimmy Beck by six strokes (69-69-70=208) and Austin Vick by seven (69-68-72=209).

Western Carolina now prepares for its final competition of the fall semester as it hosts the Hummingbird Intercollegiate, Oct. 31 through Nov. 2 at the beautiful Country Club of Sapphire Valley. The 36-hole event features golfers from 15 different teams vying for both team and individual championships.

Practice rounds for the Hummingbird Intercollegiate are scheduled for Friday, Oct. 31, with two single, 18-hole rounds to be played Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 1-2.

Bertinotti wins Old Dominion/OBX Collegiate men’s golf title

POWELL’S POINT, N.C. – Gaston Bertinotti won the individual title and Campbell finished fourth on the team leader board following Tuesday’s final round of the Old Dominion/OBX Collegiate at Kilmarlic Golf Club.

A sophomore from Cordoba, Argentina, Bertinotti finished the event at 8-under-par 205 (70-67-68) on the par-71, 6535-yard Kilmarlic layout to win by six strokes.  Kyle Hart of George Mason, Ryan Cole of James Madison and Ben Warnquist of Maryland tied for second at 2-under-par 211.

“Gaston was in complete control,” said John Crooks, who is in his 25th year as head coach of the Camels.  “If he had any fear, he never showed it.  He went about his business, hit quality golf shots and just lapped the field.  He had an amazing golf tournament.”

One day after shooting a collegiate career-low 67, Bertinotti birdied the eighth, 11th, 12th and 14th holes then closed with four-straight pars to earn his first win.  Over the 54-hole event, the 2014 Big South Conference runner-up made 35 pars, 12 birdies and one eagle.  He played the par-4 holes at 1-under (tied for first in the 84-player field), was event on the par-3s (tied for 5th) and 4-under on the par-5s (T6th).

“I concentrated better and was more relaxed,” said Bertinotti.  “My swing this week was better, so I was more confident.  I made a lot of putts and played really solid golf.”

After sitting 12th following an opening round 307, Campbell was 2-under as a team over the final 36 holes and closed to fourth place in the team standings (307-281-285—873).  James Madison (297-278-283—858) won the team title by four strokes over Hartford (297-281-284—862).  Maryland (294-287-288—869) was third, four strokes in front of the Camels.  Host Old Dominion finished fifth, one stroke off the Campbell pace and three better than George Mason.

Junior Mikko Lehtovuori opened the final round by holing out from 173 yards for eagle on the par-4 first hole.  He finished in a tie for 17th place (77-73-68—218) at 5-over par.  Lehtovuori played the par-4 holes at 1-under for the tourney and was 4-under on the par 5s.

Red-shirt freshman Jeremy Nevius tied for 43rd (81-69-75—225) after setting a collegiate career low in the second round.  Freshman Carlos Leandro (79-77-74—230) finished 58th and junior Craig Hornberger 69th (81-72-83—236).

Bertinotti’s individual title was the first for a Campbell men’s golfer since Amanjyot Singh won the Keith Hills Invitational, Apr. 1-2, 2013.

“We were in position today to really make a major move,” said Crooks.  “We had three golfers under par with three holes to go and two of them managed to get in at 68, and that was impressive.  We shot ourselves in the foot on the first day, but just got better and better as the tournament went on.”

Campbell closed its fall season with a pair of top-5 team finishes over its last three tournaments.  The Camels return to action Feb. 23-24 in the Wexford Plantation Intercollegiate at Hilton Head, S.C.

Akron Men's Golf Concludes Fall Slate with Eighth-Place Finish at Pinetree Intercollegiate

Complete Results

KENNESAW, Ga. ­– The Akron men's golf team concluded its fall season on Tuesday with an eight-place finish at the Pinetree Intercollegiate.

The Zips climbed one spot during the final 18 holes thanks to a round of 297 (+9). For the tournament, Akron finished with a combined score of 903 (+39). Tournament-host Kennesaw State led wire-to-wire to win with a tally of 845 (-19).

Three Zips finished inside the top 25, including J.B. Williams, Louis Birchall and George Baylis. Williams posted a round of 3-over 75 to conclude play in a tie for 16th place (223, +7). Birchall and Baylis finished tied for 21st place with three-round scores of 226 (+10). Birchall carded a round of 2-over 74 while Baylis posted a 3-over 75 to earn his first collegiate top-25 finish.

Yann Pfeiffer's round of 4-over 76 moved him into a tie for 32nd place (231, +15) while Chandler Morgan rounded out the scoring-five in 44th place (235, +19). Morgan posted the low round of the day for the Zips, firing a 1-over 73.

The Zips return to action on March 8 when they travel to Opelika, Ala., for the Tiger Invitational.

Former Gamecock Silvers Qualifies for PGA McGladrey Classic

COLUMBIA, S.C. — Former South Carolina men’s golfer Mark Silvers shared medalist honors at a qualifier on Monday at Brunswick Country Club in Brunswick, Ga., to earn a spot in this week’s PGA Tour McGladrey Classic.

Silvers fired a 6-under 64 to tie for first with Justin Lower to claim one of four qualifying spots. The McGladrey Classic will be contested Thursday through Sunday at Sea Island Golf Club’s Seaside Course in Sea Island, Ga., the site of the SEC Men’s Golf Championship. Silvers won’t be the only Gamecock in the field this week, as former Carolina All-American Mark Anderson will be playing as well.

A native of Savannah, Ga., Silvers was a Golf Coaches Association of America Honorable Mention All-America selection and a second-team All-SEC selection as a senior in 2009. He was also named the 2009 SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year. As a senior, Silvers recorded eight top-10 finishes, including four top fives and a tie for 18th showing at the NCAA Championship.

The McGladrey Classic will be Silvers’ fifth career PGA Tour event. He qualified for the U.S. Open in 2010. He played in The Greenbrier Classic and the Sanderson Farms Championship in 2013 and played in The Honda Classic in 2014. The Golf Channel will provide television coverage for all four rounds.

Final results from the CGA's Senior Four-Ball Tournament at Colonial CC

Southern Pines, NC – Final results from the Carolinas Golf Association’s Senior Four-Ball Tournament at Colonial CC,  in Thomasville, NC  on Monday, October 20, 2014.  Gross scores are listed.

Tournament format is 18 holes of four-ball stroke play, both gross and net.  90 percent of a player's course handicap is used to determine net scores. Entry is open to any male amateur golfer who has reached his 55th birthday by the tournament date, is a member of a club which is a member of the Carolinas Golf Association, and has a current USGA Handicap Index® at a CGA member club. The field is divided into divisions based on age and total team course handicap: Tournament Division-Flight A, Flight B; Super Senior 65+ Division.   

For complete results of the net and gross divisions, please see:

Results For The One Day Tournament At The Club At Chapel Ridge

WEST END, NC – Final results from the Carolinas Golf Association’s One-Day Tournament at The Club at Chapel Ridge, in Pittsboro, NC on Sunday, October 19, 2014. Gross scores are listed.

Tournament format is 18 holes of individual stroke play, both gross and net. 100% of course handicap is used to determine net scores. Entry is open to any amateur golfer who is a member of a club which is a member of the Carolinas Golf Association, and has a current USGA handicap index® at a CGA member club. The field is divided into divisions based upon handicap index, gender and age: Players may choose to compete in any division in which they are eligible.

For complete results of the net and gross divisions, please see:






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