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Avon finishes ninth in CCC girls golf tournament

FARMINGTON, May 29 – The Avon High girls golf team finished ninth at the 2019 CCC girls golf championship meet at Tunxis Country Club. The Falcons were led by Julia Logan, who finished tied for 20th with a 94.

Avon (7-9, 3-7 CCC West) didn’t qualify for the CIAC state tournament but won their final three matches of the season against Conard by two strokes, 215-219, Newington, 232-234 and Canton, 197-221. Avon’s Stefania Pirro earned co-medalist honors against Conard at Rockledge Golf Course in West Hartford and against Canton on their home course, Blue Fox Run. Eric Hoffman led the Falcons this spring.

Canton (0-13-1) didn’t win a match under coach Matt Brintle this spring but did battle to a 210-210 tie with Suffield in April at Copper Hill Golf Club. Canton’s best score of the season came in a 187-195 loss to Mercy in Portland on May 21.

The Warriors play an independent schedule since the NCCC doesn’t sponsor competition in girls golf.

2019 CCC girls golf championship
At Farmington (Tunxis CC, Green course)
Team results – 1. Wethersfield 343, 2. Glastonbury 368, 3. Hall 383, 4. Farmington 388, 5. NW Catholic 389, 6. Berlin 408 7. Conard 412, 8. Newington 413, 9. Avon 419, 10. Simsbury 423, 11. Manchester 424, 12. East Catholic 440, 13. Plainville 447, 14. South Windsor 469, 15. Middletown 479, 16. New Britain 493
Individuals: Emily McKenna, Wethersfield and Jenna Fahey, NW Catholic 77, 3. Anna Montalto, Rocky Hill 79, 4. Logan Frame, Middletown 81, 5. Maddie Massaro-Cook, Newington and Mia Grzywinski, Farmington 82, 7. Caroline Cermignani, Glastonbury, 83, 8. Leah Ayers, Wethersfield 84, 9. Sarah DeSanto, Hall and Katherine Simpson 85

2019 CCC West girls golf standings

Team Div. Overall
x-Hall 8-1 13-2
Farmington 6-3-1 11-5-1
NW Catholic 5-3-1 13-3-1
Conard 5-5 9-7
Avon 3-7 7-9
Simsbury 1-9 4-14
x-won division title

 

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