Peters Twp in D-I and Neshannock in D-II Win WPIAL Boys Team Golf Championships

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Thursday, October 14, 2010 | 12:00 AM


Two new champions were crowned Thursday at the 2010 WPIAL Boys Team Golf Division I and Division II Championships at the Cedarbrook Golf Club in Belle Vernon. The Peters Township Indians won their fourth WPIAL D-I boys golf title and their second crown in three years while the Neshannock Lancers captured boys golf gold for a fifth time in school history, but the first time since winning back to back titles in 1995 and 1996.

Boys scored best 5 of 6 players. Peters Township Indians had the best overall school and will now advance to participate in PIAA Western Regional at Tom's Run Golf Course on Monday, October 18th at 9:00am.

2010 WPIAL DIVISION I CHAMPIONSHIPS:
(Thursday at Cedarbrook Golf Club in Belle Vernon)

1. Peters Township Indians – 381

2. Fox Chapel Foxes – 397

3. Latrobe Wildcats – 400

4. Indiana Little Indians – 402

5. Pittsburgh Central Catholic Vikings – 406

6. Pine-Richland Rams – 420

Peters Township:
Tommy Nettles 71
Jeremy Merich 76
Hunter Stanchak 77
Jake Moore 78
Trent McPherson 79
Connor Crane 83

Fox Chapel:
Tommy Leech 75
Stu Lotz 78
Thomas Lawson 78
Grant Gillman 82
Geoff Boyle 84
Johnny Sheerer 87

Latrobe:
Will Mears 77
Ryan Staffen 78
Dylan Marshall 81
Cam Roth 82
Dan Bucci 82
Ben Biss 85

Indiana:
Dan Clark 79
Colten Wiggins 80
Matt Holuta 80
Parker Jones 81
Jordan Lopiccolo 82
Steve Sanderson 84

Pittsburgh Central Catholic:
Eric Urda 77
Will Maher 78
Hogan Cuny 81
J.J. Bush 82
Brent Rodgers 88
Collin Haag 88

Pine-Richland:
Ross Montanti 80
John Matune 83
Angad Guglani 84
Scott Hilger 85
Shane Raber 88
Kevin Kunkel 89

WPIAL DIVISION I Semifinals:
(at Norvelt Golf Club in Norvelt)

Peters Township Indians – 383

Fox Chapel Foxes – 390

Latrobe Wildcats – 392

West Allegheny Indians – 405

Belle Vernon Leopards – 407

Elizabeth Forward Warriors – 428

Laurel Highlands Mustangs – 436

Kittanning Wildcats – 442

WPIAL DIVISION I Semifinals:
(at Aubrey's Dubbs Dred Golf Course in Butler)

Indiana Little Indians – 388

Pittsburgh Central Catholic Vikings – 402

Pine-Richland Rams – 402

Blackhawk Cougars – 419

Seneca Valley Raiders – 421

Upper St. Clair Panthers – 422

South Park Eagles – 430

Shady Side Academy Indians – 430

Knoch Knights – 436

2010 WPIAL DIVISION II CHAMPIONSHIPS:
(Thursday at Cedarbrook Golf Club in Belle Vernon)

1. Neshannock Lancers – 401

2. Burgettstown Blue Devils – 412

3. South Fayette Lions – 413

4. New Brighton Lions – 430

5. St. Joseph Spartans – 449

6. Bentworth Bearcats – 453

Neshannock:
Nikko Giangiuli 77
Jono Acosta 79
Mike Maciarello 79
Nick Joseph 82
Matt Cioffi 84
Joe Cioffi 86

Burgettstown:
Andrew Miller 80
Michael Callas 80
Drake Hoberek 80
Owen Miller 86
Max McKee 86
Jordan Glandon 96

South Fayette:
Evan Lestini 78
Chris Leonard 80
Corey Long 82
Brian Bodine 85
Bryan Meredith 88
Ryan Long 91

New Brighton:
Eddie Emes 80
Matt LeDonne 85
Bryce Lemon 86
Andrew Pier 88
Dominic Cardosi 91
Brian Circle 96

St. Joseph:
Brian Heinle 79
Garrett Bylinowski 82
Nick Thimons 94
David Schnur 97
Joe Albaugh 97
Martin Kisiel 101

Bentworth:
Garrett Damich 81
Kyle Kubovcik 85
Shelby Dziak 90
Tyler Delval 97
Tyler Reedy 100
Sam Lapcevic 101

WPIAL DIVISION II Semifinals:
(at River Forest Country Club in Freeport)

Neshannock Lancers – 404

Burgettstown Blue Devils – 419

St. Joseph Spartans – 438

Greensburg Central Catholic Centurions – 443

Bishop Canevin Crusaders – 455

Vincentian Academy Royals – 456

Ford City Sabers – 467

Beth-Center Bulldogs – 484

Beaver Bobcats – 499

WPIAL DIVISION II Semifinals:
(at Fort Cherry Golf Course in McDonald)

South Fayette Lions – 388

New Brighton Lions – 396

Bentworth Bearcats – 399

Sewickley Academy Panthers – 403

Seton-LaSalle Rebels – 409

Shenango Wildcats – 410

West Shamokin Wolves – 425

Waynesburg Raiders – 431

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