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N-N golfers close NAC season with sweep; Massena swept


The Norwood-Norfolk Central golf team closed out the NAC Division II regular season by gaining a tri-meet sweep at home over Salmon River and Edwards-Knox while Massena Central dropped a pair of Division I decisions at home to OFA and Gouverneur.

With the sweep, OFA clinched the Division I regular season title and will now look to defend its Section 10 title this Friday at the Potsdam Town and Country Club.


At the Raymondville Country Club, the Flyers were led by Jacob Levison, who carded a 43 and split a point with Salmon River’s Austin Comins in the second trio of the meet as N-N downed the Shamrocks 3.5-1.5. Both the Flyers and Salmon River blanked E-K 5-0.

Scoring points for N-N in the win over the Shamrocks were Brandon Palmer, who outshot Tommy Thomas 45-46 in the first match, Ty Cotter, who edged Jacob Bero 46-47 in the third group, and Isaac Barkley, who beat Evan Swamp 48-53 in the fifth.

Blake Tarbell shot a 48 in the fourth threesome to earn a sweep for the Shamrocks, beating Norwood-Norfolk’s Beau Catimon (51).

Hunter Tuttle shot a 48 to anchor the E-K scoring.

In the girls division, N-N’s Jayden Young posted a 46 to complete an undefeated season. Catherane Curley of E-K finished with a 63 and Salmon River’s Lauren Ransom carded a 69 in her varsity golf debut.


At the Massena Country Club, Hunter Francis and Kendrick Swamp both shot rounds of 41 but it wasn’t enough to keep the Raiders (236) from falling to both OFA (203) and Gouverneur (231). Mark Manchester finished with a 49 followed by Shane Tarbell with a 50 while Brenden Dobbins and Mark Bender each had 52’s and Jason Hammill tallied a non-scoring 56.

Conor Hannan had the low round of the match with a one-over par 35 to anchor the OFA effort while Dillon Binion shot a 38.

Cole Newvine’s 42 led the Gouverneur effort.

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