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DuBOIS — DuBois Area High School hosted its 11th Annual Golf Tournament Wednesday, with nearly 130 competitors teeing it up on a beautiful day at Treasure Lake’s Silver Course.

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BROCKPORT — Ridgway’s Greg Simon and Zack Zameroski helped the Ridgway boys golf team in a big way on Wednesday afternoon, leading the Elkers to a 185-254 win over Brockway at Owens-Brockway Golf Course.

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LUMBER CITY — The Allegheny Mountain League started off the season with a meet at Eagles Ridge Golf Course on Monday afternoon, just before one of the rare occurrences in the world of yesterday’s solar eclipse.

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VILLAGE OF PINEHURST, N.C. – Clark Collier and Kyle Hudelson were among the last sides into the field for the 3rd U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship at Pinehurst Resort & Country Club, and now they might be the last team standing.

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ST. MARYS — The Ridgway boys golf team has owned the District 9 Class AA Golf Championships in recent years, and Monday proved to be no different as the Elkers captured their fourth straight team crown at Bavarian Hills.

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DuBOIS — DuBois Area High School hosted its 10th Annual Golf Tournament Wednesday at Treasure Lake’s Silver Course, and despite facing some stiff competition, the local boys contingent put together a strong showing.

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LUMBER CITY — The Allegheny Mountain Girls Golf League made its second and final trip of the season to the Eagles Ridge Golf Course Monday, and the host Curwensville Lady Golden Tide went 3-2 on the day.

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Elk County Catholic’s Ryan Newton hits a driver during the DuBois-St. Marys Challenge earlier this season. Newton carded a hole-in-one on Wednesday on the second hole, a 191-yard par-3, at Leaning Pines Golf Course.

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DuBOIS — Visiting Brookville had two golfers break 50 Monday at Treasure lake’s Silver Course, but DuBois Central Catholic proved to have a deeper lineup on the Cardinals pulled out a slim 201-202 victory in boys golf action.

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RIDGWAY — The Ridgway boys golf team had two players card rounds in the 30s Thursday to help Elkers upend visiting St. Marys, 211-235, at Laurel Mill Golf Course.