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Johnsonburg edges ECC to win Elk County Golf Tournament

October 14, 2011

Photo by Colin Deppen The Johnsonburg Rams golf squad edged the Elk County Catholic Crusaders 232-233 to win this year's Elk County Golf Tournament on Thursday afternoon at the Bavarian Hills Golf Course. Pictured, from left, are Johnsonburg golfers Nathan Burgeson, Cameron Grumley, Luke Sheffler, Calvin Christoff, coach Matt Meyers, and John Paul Allegretto.

The Johnsonburg Rams golfers edged the team from Elk County Catholic High School 232-233 to win this year's Elk County Golf Tournament on Thursday afternoon at the Bavarian Hills Golf Course. The Ridgway Elkers came in third with a score of 244 and St. Marys Area was fourth with 250.
Six members of each school participated in the tournament, except for Johnsonburg, which had only five players. The tournament consisted of six holes of scramble, six holes of alternating shots and six holes of best ball.
The Johnsonburg squad was led by the twosome of Cameron Grumley and Luke Sheffler, who finished the 18-hole event with a score of 67. Calvin Christoff and J.P. Allegretto finished with a 71, while Nathan Burgeson had a 94.
ECC was led by the duo of Elliott Struble and Brandon Schlimm with a 69, followed by the team of Bruno Cavalline and Bryan Haberberger with an 80, and Jess Jaynes and Mitchell Struble with an 84.
The Ridgway team of Eric Matheson and Josh Mitchell and the duo of Jordan Lundin and Jesse Reynolds both finished with 79s, while Josh Roselli and T.J. Schlimm had an 86.
For SMA, Sam Miller and Dillon Gallagher ended the day with a 78, followed by Rudy Gleixner and Owen Schreiber with an 85, and Justin Beimel and Quinn Cunningham with an 87.

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