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Kittanning golf team wins section opener

| Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010

The Kittanning boys golf team's fast start continued Wednesday afternoon with a 209-228 win in its Division I, Section 8 opener at Highlands.

Sophomore Jordan Klodowski led Kittanning (4-1, 1-0) by shooting a 3-over-par 39 at Brackenridge Heights Country Club. Teammates Troy Schall and Evan Cravener shot 41. Tim Barto (42) and Jordan Ford (46) rounded out the Wildcats' scorers.

For Highlands (0-2, 0-2), Tyler Negley had a match-low 38. He was followed by Zac Scott (44), Leny Boyd (47), Tyler Szymkiewicz (49) and Jeremy Fox (50).

» Freeport 219, Leechburg 222 -- Leechburg's Matt Barto shot an even-par 36 at Buffalo Golf Course, but his Blue Devils were edged in a Division II, Section 1 match.

Freeport was led by Devin Earney, who shot a 41. Robbie Miller (43), Tyler Thomas (44), Richard Vandruff (45) and Josh Luchesa (46) also recorded scores for the Yellowjackets.

After Barto, Leechburg's scorers were Caleb Orendi (40), Tyler Swarmer (46), Wyatt Smith (48) and Jacob Mrochek (52).

» Apollo-Ridge 230, Elderton 242 -- In a Division II, Section 1 match, Adam Lockwood shot a 2-over-par 37 at White Oak Golf Course to pace Apollo-Ridge (1-1, 1-1) in a forfeited victory over Elderton, which didn't have enough players to score.

Also for the Vikings, Lucas Burrell shot a 39, and Anthony Neville had a 40. Elderton's Matt Klingensmith led the Bobcats (0-2, 0-2) with a 40.

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