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October 10. 2013 11:21PM

NHIAA Golf: BG, Windham, Bow, Derryfield tops


Windham's Connor Greenleaf follows through on his shot from the 6th tee during the high school golf championship at Beaver Meadow in Concord on Thursday. (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER)

Bishop Guertin of Nashua captured the NHIAA Division I Golf Championship by two strokes over Bedford Thursday at the Canterbury Woods Country Club in Canterbury.

Bishop Guertin, led by Andrew Mierzwa (tied for sixth, five-over 77), Ryan Montbleau (tied for ninth, six-over 78) and Tom Ethier (tied for 19th, nine-over 81), managed to topple the runner-up Bulldogs, 403 to 405.

Justin Clutter led Bedford with a four-over 76, good for fourth place overall.

The low 24 individuals will play an additional 18 holes Saturday at Canterbury Woods to determine the Division I NHIAA Individual Champion. The co-leaders are Matt Paradis of Manchester Central and Brandon Gillis of Nashua North, who both shot 74.

It was a different story at Beaver Meadow in Concord where Windham captured the Division II title by a comfortable 12-stroke margin. The Jaguars, behind medalist Connor Greenleaf (one-under 73) and sixth place finisher James McKee (78), toppled runner-up St. Thomas Aquinas of Dover, 395 to 407.

In the Division III tournament at Ridgewood CC in Moultonborough, Bow won easily with a 301 score. Pelham was second at 337.

Josh Lacasse of Bow is the medalist at 70, one stroke ahead of Jake Vaiknoras.

Derryfield won the Division IV title by a comfortable margin, 320 to 342 over runner-up Newport at the Ridgewood CC.
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Division I Results

Canterbury Woods CC of Canterbury (Par 72)
NHIAA Team Golf Championships

Team results: Bisop Guertin 403, Bedford 405, Pinkerton 413, Keene 415, Concord 416, Central 417, Nashua North 421, Winnacunnet 422, Merrimack 426, Londonderry 431.

Matt Paradis, Central, 74; Brandon Gillis, Nashua North, 74; Adam Godbout, Concord, 75; Justin Clutter, Bedford, 76; Sam Nielsen, Nashua South, 76; Andrew Mierzwa, Bishop Guertin, 77; Dylan Lortie, Alvirne, 77; Sam Shafer, Dover, 77; Ryan Montbleau, BG, 78; Mike Soucy, Bedford, 78; Keeton Foster, Keene, 78; Curtis Harper, Londonderry, 78; Matt Paulson, Merrimack, 78; Michael Jensen, Nashua North, 78; Eric Evans, Dover, 78; Collin Stroshine, Keene, 79; Garrett Sinotte, Central, 80; Garret Olivar, Memorial, 80; Tom Ethier, BG, 81; Griffin Gagne, Bedford, 81; Charlie Hesser, Winnacunnet, 81; Matt Galvin, Pinkerton, 81; Jordan Oelkers, Merrimack, 81; Jon Cook, Memorial, 81

Saturday's foursome tee times

Paradis, Gillis, Godbout, Clutter, 11:12 a.m.; Nielsen, Mierzwa, Lortie and Shafer, 11:04; Soucy, Foster, Harper, Paulson 10:56; Montbleau, Jensen, Evans, Stroshine, 10:48; Sinotte, Olivar, Ethier and Hesser, 10:40; Gagne, Galvin, Oelkers, Cook, 10:32
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Division II Results

Beaver Meadow of Concord (par 72)

Team results: Windham 395; St. Thomas 407; Hanover 412; Portsmouth 427; Goffstown 428; Lebanon 431; Bishop Brady 433: Souhegan 436; Plymouth 441; Kingswood 442; Sanborn 452; Hollis-Brookline 454

Individual results: Connor Greenleaf (W) 73; Alex Von Svoboda, (Brady) 76; Tom Hixon, (P) 76; Ben Wescott, (CV) 77; Brendon Scheffer, (STA) 77; James McKee (W) 78; Zachary Hellings, (Stark) 78; Eric Keilty (STA) 79; Sam Cody, (CV) 79; Adam Dolan (W) 80; Eric Aguiar (Ply) 80; Griffin Barbaro, (G) 80; Nathan Roth (Han) 80; Mattson Rosenbaum (Han) 81; Mike Brabazon, (Ports) 81; Patrick Dyroff, (Han) 81; Patrick Higgins, (W) 81; Ryan Oliver, (CB) 81; Alex Bickford (STA) 82; Chris Lehmann (Han) 83; Eric Butler (W) 83; Matthew Howard, (W) 83; August Darula, (Sou) 84; Bo Gurskis, (G) 84; Nabeel Kahn, (L) 84
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Division III Results

Ridgewood CC of Moultonborough (72)

Team results: Bow 301; Pelham 337; Mascenic 338; Gilford 339; Campbell 344; Kearsarge 357; Laconia 367

Individual Results: Josh Lacasse (B) 70; Jake Vaiknoras (P) 71; Andy Arnold (K) 74; Jeremy Duhamel (B) 76; Maky Seppala (Con) 76; Jordan Dahl (W) 76; Jake Rand (B) 77; Grant Workman (G) 77; Doug Champagne (B) 78; Lucas Muzzey (K) 81; Caleb Drouin (Belmont) 81
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Division IV Results

Ridgewood CC of Moultonborough (72)

Team results: Derryfield 320; Newport 342; Hopkinton 356; Inter-Lakes 366; Profile 372; White Mountains 375; Moultonborough 382

Individual Results: Bennett Doherty, (D) 75; Roger Larrivee (D) 77; Patrick McGinley (D) 78; Sam Winslow (H) 79; Dale Manseau (N) 80; Jake Raicchle (P) 81; Cameron Fiefer (P) 81; Cameron Gebo (N) 82; Joe Woods (N) 86; Jordan Damon (Farm) 87


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