County golfers compete in Aroostook League championship
HOULTON, Maine — The Aroostook League County Regional Tournament was held Thursday at the Houlton Community Golf Course.
Twenty-six players from five schools played 18 holes to try to qualify to go to the state tournament at Natanis in Vassalboro in October. Fort Fairfield captured the County crown shooting a 379 on the day, which qualified them as a team for states.
The Tigers were the lone squad to earn a spot in the state team tournament.
Five golfers, however, qualified for the individual tournament. Low medalist was Chase Coiley of Fort Fairfield, shooting an 81. He was followed by Graham Berry of Ashland with an 86, Dawson Watson from Fort Fairfield at 87, Stetson Nicholas from Central Aroostook with an 89, and Wyatt Keegan, also from Fort Fairfield with a 90.
Other team scores on the day were: Ashland 415, Central Aroostook 471, and Southern Aroostook 504. Hodgdon did not have enough golfers to score as a team and Fort Kent opted not to participate in the event.
Fort Fairfield individual scores were Coiley 81, Watson 87, Keegan 90 and Jonah Bernard 121.
Ashland’s individual scores were Berry 86, Alden Routhier 105, Sean Monpetit 109, and Tristan Pelletier 115.
Central Aroostook’s individual scores were Nicholas 89, Will Durost 91, Kobe Honeycutt 141 and Taylor Bradstreet 150.
Southern Aroostook’s individual scores were Parker Skinner 122, Lucas Duff 124, Robbie Robinson 126, and Camden Porter 132.
Hodgdon’s individual scores were Bryon Barton 92, Montana Hoops 121 and Jean Luc Desrosier 138.