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Bow High golf places 3 in the top 10 at D-III individual championships

  • Matt Lamy driving for Bow at Tuesday’s DIII golf championship tournament ALLIE ST PETER

Monitor staff
Published: 10/26/2020 8:29:11 AM

After winning the Division III team championship last week by placing four golfers in the top 20, the Bow High golf team saw three of its members finish in the top 10 of the D-III individual tournament on Sunday at Concord Country Club.

Freshman Hunter Duncan was the top finisher for the Falcons, carding a two-day total of 156 to take third place. Duncan shot a 75 during the team championships last week at Derryfield Country Club in Manchester and followed that up with an 81 at Concord on Sunday. He was 10 strokes behind Fall Mountain’s Mitchell Cormier, who claimed first with a 146 (71-75). Laconia’s Evan Rollins (148) was second while Finn Allen from Stevens was one shot behind Duncan with a 157.

Junior Matt Lamy, who played in Bow’s No. 1 spot at the team championships, wound up eighth with a 166 (81-85). Cam Evans said he had the best back nine of his life to shoot a 78 at the team championships. The Bow sophomore couldn’t recapture that magic on Sunday at Concord, but he still took 10th with a 170. Justin Murphy, who finished on the cut line with an 88 at Derryfield to be one of the 20 individuals to qualify for Sunday, ended up in 16th with a 181.

Hopkinton’s Kody Dexter (166) took ninth place and Bishop Brady’s Chris Grimbilas (174) was 12th.

The D-I boys’ golf individuals were also held on Sunday at Concord CC with Timberlane’s Jack Pepin rolling to an impressive title. Pepin took advantage of wet conditions and soft greens at Mount Washington Golf Course during the D-I team championships to fire a 5-under 67, and he followed that up on Sunday with an even-par 70 to finish first with a 137. Exeter’s Will Ducharme was second with a 142 (71-71).

Concord sophomore Sam Hopkins, who helped the Crimson Tide to a D-I runner-up team result, took ninth at individuals with a 159 (73-86). Concord’s Gavin Richardson (75-86) and Cam Brown (79-82) wound up tied for 11th after both finished with two-day totals of 161.


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