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Concord and Stark golfers finish in top five at individual championships, Bow puts four on All-State roster

  • Bow’s Hunter Duncan watches his tee shot on the fourth hole at the Division III golf championship at Laconia Country Club on Oct. 12. Duncan went on to tie for seventh in the D-III individual championship. GEOFF FORESTER / Monitor staff

Monitor staff
Published: 10/17/2021 10:01:30 PM

All four NHIAA divisions held their individual championships at Concord’s Beaver Meadow Golf Course on Saturday and area high school players used their knowledge of the local course to their advantage, placing well in the final event of the season.

Concord’s Cam McGonigle and Gavin Richardson both improved their places after Saturday’s second round, finishing fourth and fifth, respectively, in Division I.

McGonigle, a senior, entered Saturday’s round in sixth place, while Richardson, a sophomore was in a three-way tie for seventh after the first round on Thursday at Overlook Golf Club in Hollis.

Concord finished third as a team at Overlook (also the first round of the individual championship), eight strokes behind champions Bedford.

Crimson Tide senior Dylan Miles also made the cut, tying for 10th in the first round and finishing with sole possession of 10th place after a consistent performance on both courses.

Exeter’s Jascha Johnston earned the D-I crown.

John Stark’s Kyle Provencher tied for fifth and was the top area finisher in D-III, while Bow — which won its eighth team title in the last decade earlier this week – had four golfers compete and earn All-State honors.

Provencher was fifth heading into Saturday’s round and ended up sharing that position with Lebanon’s Roy Shapard.

Bow sophomore Hunter Duncan made the biggest jump from Tuesday’s round one at Laconia Country Club, entering in a tie for 12th, but finishing in a tie for seventh.

Bow junior Cam Evans tied for ninth, while Falcon sophomore Eli Wilkening and freshman Owen Webber tied for 12th.

Hopkinton senior Kody Dexeter finished 11th and junior Evan Fairneny finished 16th to round out the local competitors in the field of 20.

Evans, Duncan and Dexter all made the D-III All-State First Team, while Coe-Brown’s Alex Myslinksy, Provencher, Webber and Fairne ny earned Second Team honors, and Wilkening made Third Team.

Laconia’s Evan Rollins won the D-III title and also D-III Player of the Year.




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