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September 11, 2013

Sports Roundup - 09/12/2013

Trezise leads Alco to win at Fore Sisters

RAWLINGS — Bryce Trezise fired a 43 to lead a balanced Allegany golf team to an eight-stroke home course victory in an eight-team match Tuesday at Fore Sisters Golf Course.

The Campers posted a team score of 182 to defeat Southern and Tucker County (190), Northern (195), Keyser (196), Frankfort and Preston County (210) and Union.

Keyser’s Matt Landes was the match medalist with an exceptional 37 while Frankfort’s Jake Phares shot a 39. Jeff Bittinger had a 42 for Northern, Bryce Friend a 44 for Southern and Ian Nichols a 44 for Tucker County. Preston County’s Vanessa Kelley led all girls with a 49.

Allegany, Southern and Northern will play again Tuesday at the district championships at Black Rock in Hagerstown.

 

Local golfer runner-up at Senior Porter Cup

LEWISTON, N.Y. — Local golfer John Blank finished in a five-way tie for second place in the Super Senior Division of the 25th annual Senior Porter Cup.

Blank of Frostburg had rounds of 72, 74 and 74 for a 10-over par 220 total. Ted Smith of Wilkinson, Ind., the No. 1 ranked Super Senior in the latest Golfweek rankings, won with a 217.

Blank, currently No. 4 in Golfweek’s Super Senior national rankings, shared second place with Walt Martin of Oakton, Va., Tom McLean of Boynton Beach, Fla., Fred Silver of Lewiston and Don Wood of Louisville, Ky.

Slug Armstrong of Frostburg placed 37th in the Senior Division with a 235 total. Cyrus Whitney of Oro Valley, Ariz. won the division with a 3-over par 213. Armstrong is currently No. 42 in Golfweek’s Senior Division rankings.

 

FSU’s Becky Randel CAC’s Player of Week

YORK, Pa. — Frostburg State senior forward Becky Randel was selected the Capital Athletic Conference Field Hockey Player of the Week.

Randel finished the week with eight points, including six assists and one goal. She had four assists in the Bobcats’ 7-0 thumping of Hood, and had a goal and two assists in a 4-3 victory over Transylvania in the FSU Tournament.

Randel leads the CAC in assists (6), and leads the team and is sixth in the conference in points (8). She has already matched her assist total from last year.

FSU hosts Shenandoah on Thursday at 7 p.m.

 

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