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Published: 9/26/2013 - Updated: 6 months ago

HIGH SCHOOL GOLF

Titans, Arrows win TRAC titles

Mancinotti, Win lead champions, capture player-of-the-year honors

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Jack Mancinotti of St. John's was second to Trevor St. Jean of Findlay at the TRAC tournament but earned conference player-of-the-year honors. Jack Mancinotti of St. John's was second to Trevor St. Jean of Findlay at the TRAC tournament but earned conference player-of-the-year honors.
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BOWLING GREEN — St. John’s Jesuit had four players place among the top five individuals, and shot a score of 290 Wednesday to win the Three Rivers Athletic Conference boys golf tournament at Stone Ridge Golf Club.

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Titans junior Jack Mancinotti, the conference player of the year, led the way for St. John’s with a 3-under-par 69 to place second, one stroke behind tournament medalist Trevor St. Jean of Findlay.

St. John’s seniors Luke Campbell (71) and Jack Meredith (74) placed third and fourth, respectively, and freshman Tommy Sullinger (76) tied for fifth individually.

The Titans entered tourney play in first place after the TRAC’s six conference events, and Wednesday’s victory clinched the overall TRAC championship.

Findlay placed second in the tourney at 306, and Central Catholic was third at 327.

In the TRAC girls tournament at Stone Ridge, St. Ursula defended its team title by rolling to an easy victory paced by conference player of the year, sophomore Lizzie Win, who took medal honors with a 78.

The Arrows, who posted the top four individual scores, finished at 328, well ahead of runner-up Clay (378).

St. Ursula junior Kathryn Young was second at 79, sophomore Emily Antypas was third (85), and junior Monica Torda placed fourth (86).



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