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Kittanning grad Colligan tied for lead

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By Leader Times
Saturday, April 23, 2011
 

St. Francis (Pa.) freshman Ann Colligan, a Kittanning graduate, is tied for the lead after two rounds of the 54-hole Northeast Conference women's golf tournament at the ChampionsGate International course in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Colligan shot back-to-back 3-over-par 75s to pull even with Elizabeth Wenger of Robert Morris and Anna Palsson of Long Island at 6-over 150 on Friday. Today's final round begins at 8 a.m.

• For the fourth time in five weeks, racing was rained out at Lernerville Speedway. Competition will resume April 29 in the All-Star Late Model Series' "Showdown in Sarvertown." The winner will receive $5,000. Racing in all four divisions is scheduled to resume May 6.

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