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June 3, 2013

Proctor, Arabians sweep sectional golf titles


“It’s a great feeling knowing I can shoot under par on this course,” Proctor said. “Winning as a team is more important to me right now, I’m happy I played well, but I’m really happy our team won by a shot.”

The Arabians shot 302 as a team, led by Proctor. Tyler Meyer tied for third in the individual competition with Noblesville’s Josh Keating with a three-over 75. Brothers Trevar and Rylan Denney shot 77 and 79, respectively, and Pendleton’s fifth man, Zach Farrer, fired an 88.

Noblesville came in second place with a team-score of 303, and Hamilton Southeastern was a distant third with 318. All three teams will play Friday at The Players Club in Yorktown for the Muncie Central Regional.

Although the Lapel boys’ golf team finished 12 shots out of qualifying for regionals with a team-score of 330, its top two individuals will be making the trip.

Tanner Watkins, who shot 77 and tied for fifth place individually, and Mitchell Richardson, who shot 79, were two of the three lowest individuals who won’t move on to Friday’s regionals with their teams, allowing them to move on and play at least one more round this season.

Following Watkins and Richardson Monday for Lapel was Caleb Brown, who fired an 84, Zack Campbell with a 90 and Tanner Winningham with a 97.

Alexandria fired a team-score of 386, led by Mason Knopp’s 90. Others contributing to their team-score included Andy Rowe (96), Nik Vail (96) and Israel Ryan (104).

Mitchell Smith led the Anderson with a 99, en route to the Indians’ team-score of 416. Erik Spencer followed just one shot behind with a 100. Jacob Gray shot a 106, and Levi Jones carded a 111.

Frankton’s 418 followed close behind, led by Cameron Bates with a 94. Adam Likens shot a 102, Zach Stephenson carded a 108, and Noah Hinds came in with a 114.


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