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The highschool golf common season is near its ultimate swings as three space groups got here up quick on the hyperlinks in matches on Tuesday, Sept. 20.

Medomak Valley of Waldoboro, Mount View of Thorndike and Camden Hills of Rockport mustered a mixed one level between them because the Panthers, Mustangs and Windjammers fell to Morse of Bathtub, Maine Central Institute of Pittsfield and Edward Little of Auburn.

To date, the data for the world groups space: Belfast, 6-3; Oceanside of Rockland, 6-4; Camden Hills, 5-5; Medomak Valley, 0-9; and Mount View, 0-10.

The Lions and Panthers have one regular-season match remaining on Wednesday, Sept. 21.

The league playoffs start on Friday, Sept. 23 or Monday, Sept. 26.

The playoffs, which stay medal / match play format, will embrace three divisions for Kennebec Valley Athletic Convention Class A and B / C.

For Midcoast squads, Belfast, Oceanside and Camden Hills have certified for the league playoffs.

Within the KVAC Class A Central Division playoffs, No. 2 Camden Hills will host No. 3 Skowhegan on Monday, Sept. 26 at Goose River Golf Membership in Rockport and the winner will play at No. 1 Messalonskee of Oakland later within the week earlier than the league’s Class A shootout on Saturday, Oct. 1 in Brunswick.

The league’s Class B / C shootout might be on Thursday, Sept. 29 at 2 pm on the Rockland Golf Membership. At this level, Belfast is No. 2 within the North and Oceanside No. 2 within the South and will host early playoff matches. Nokomis of Newport, Maranacook of Readfield and Leavitt of Turner are ranked first within the three divisions.

The division winners from the playoffs in Class A and B will vie for league titles and coveted spot within the state crew championships from the shootouts.

The KVAC state qualifier, which is medal play, might be on Tuesday, Oct. 4 at 10 am on the Natanis Golf Membership in Vassalboro. This features a crew and particular person element.

New this yr is a women state qualifier on Thursday, Sept. 29 at midday at The Meadows Golf Membership in Litchfield. The occasion is open to any highschool feminine golfer. There may be anticipated to be a handful of Midcoast golfers on the occasion.

The state crew and particular person championships might be on Saturday, Oct. 7 at Natanis.

The next is a recap of reported regular-season outcomes:

Morse 8, Medomak Valley 1

At Bathtub Golf Membership Sept. 20, the Shipbuilders collected a late-season win over the visiting Panthers. Morse prevailed with a four-golfer, nine-hole stroke whole of 198 to 229 for Medomak Valley.

The person outcomes, with Medomak Valley golfers listed first, had been: Tyler Metcalf (45) beat Caleb Harvey (47), 2-up; Logan Look (62) misplaced to Max Owen (59), 2 + 1; Taj Lichti (64) misplaced to John Johnston (48), 5 + 3; Griffin Holgerson (58) misplaced to Tuck Mencer (48), 4 + 3; and Aiden Abbotoni (68) misplaced to Anders Savage, 2 + 1. Kadyn Doyle additionally shot 79 for Morse.

Metcalf nabbed medalist honors with 45.

Maine Central Institute 9, Mount View 0

At Nation View Golf Course in Brooks Sept. 20, the Huskies penned within the host Mustangs and swung to victory. MCI prevailed with a four-golfer, nine-hole stroke whole of 183 to 275 for Mount View.

The person outcomes, with Mount View golfers listed first, had been: Evan Aspinall (66) misplaced to Owen Moore (35), Garrett Fowler (69) misplaced to Joseph Parker (44), Jonas Holmes (70) misplaced to Jillian Plamondon (50 ), and Lacey Landers (79) misplaced to Marta Weinstein (61). Moreover, Heidi Dechaine shot 54 and Noley Littlefield 56 for MCI.

Moore shot 35 to earn medalist honors.

Edward Little 9, Camden Hills 0

At Fox Ridge Golf Course in Auburn Sept. 20, the Crimson Eddies made fast work of the visiting Windjammers. Edward Little prevailed with a four-golfer, nine-hole stroke whole of 169 to 210 for Camden Hills.

The person outcomes, with Camden Hills golfers listed first, had been: Jack Edgar (53) misplaced to Joey Samson (40), Owen Berez (56) misplaced to Connor Turcotte (41), Micah Fagonde (62) misplaced to TJ Kramarz (46 ), Wilson Fedarko (53) misplaced to Tyler Turcotte (48), Aiden Aselton (56) misplaced to Gavin Levesque (42) and Bennett Gardner (54) misplaced to Gage DuCharme (51).

Samson shot 40 to web medalist accolades.

MaineStay Media / VillageSoup sports activities workers could be reached by e-mail at sports activities@villagesoup.com.

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