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Roundup: Canton stumbles against Coventry in boys golf

CANTON, May 17 —  On its home course, Coventry beat NCCC contenders Avon and Canton in a three-day span last week. On Tuesday, May 11, the Patriots beat Avon by four strokes at Skungamung River Golf Club in Coventry, 152-156.

Two days later, the Patriots were even more impressive in a 147-159 win over Canton (6-2, 6-2 NCCC). Four Coventry players broke 40 with scores of 38, 34, 36 and 39. Mark Amoroso in the fifth spot led the Warriors with a 36 while Blayne Houlihan at No. 2 shot a 38. Brad Parliament shot a 41 while David Roux and Jon Phelps each had a 44.

However, Canton still remains in the thick of the hunt for the NCCC championship. Avon is 6-2 in the league and Coventry is 7-2.

Earlier last week, the Warriors whipped Stafford, 157-213 at Tower Ridge in Simsbury, led by Parliament with a 36. Houlihan shot a 38 with Roux shooting 41, Amoroso 42 and Phelps 44.

GIRLS GOLF: Canton tops Cheshire in rematch
CANTON, May 17 — The Warriors (12-2, 8-1 SCGGL) rebounded from a two-shot Southern Connecticut Girls Golf League loss to Cheshire on May 5 with a six-stroke victory over the Rams a week later, 200-206.
Nikki Liucci and Megan Roux each shot a 47 to lead the Warriors, just one shot shy of medalist Andra Frapper of Cheshire at Tower Ridge in Simsbury. Canton’s Kelly McAlindin shot a 52 and Emily Goeler shot a 54.  The Warriors also beat Suffield last week, 184-244 at Copper Hill in Suffield.

TRACK & FIELD: League meet is next Tuesday
CANTON, May 17 — The NCCC championship meet is on Tuesday at Enfield High. A loss to Stafford, 87-60, nearly 10 days ago will keep Canton (8-3, 7-3 NCCC) out of the hunt for the league championship but the Warriors will be looking to improve on its third place finish of a year ago. Canton did beat East Granby, 85-65.

TENNIS: Canton boys earn second win

CANTON, May 17 — The Canton girls picked up their second win of the season in a 4-3 victory to East Granby. However, the Warriors (2-10, 2-10 NCCC) dropped the second game of a doubleheader with the Crusaders, 6-1. They also dropped a close 4-3 decision to Coventry and a 6-1 decision to Suffield. Nancy Kutz at No. 3 singles was the only Canton winner against Suffield.

Gerry deSimas, Jr., is the editor and founder of The Collinsville Press. He is an award-winning writer and has been covering sports in Connecticut and New England for more than 30 years. He was inducted into the New England High School Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2018.

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