6/6/2017 4:38:00 PM Noblesville and Carmel win sectional titles
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Jacob Deakyne, Noblesville High School sophomore, tied for medialist honors, but lost to to teammate Clay Merchent in a one-hole playoff Saturday at the IHSAA Noblesville Golf Sectional. The Millers finished first.
(Above) The Carmel Golf Team took first place at the IHSAA Zionsville Sectional at the Golf Club of Indiana Saturday. The Greyhounds were led by sophomore Nick Dentino, who was the match medalist with a 2-under par 70.
Sectional No. 15 - Purgatory Golf Club (Noblesville)
1. Noblesville 288
2. HSE 3017
3. Fishers 311
4. Tipton 313
5. Hamilton Heights 361
6. Pendleton Heights
7. Lapel 398
8. Frankton 402
9. Anderson 442
10. Alexandria 466
Sectional No. 6 - Golf Club of Indiana (Zionsville)
Both the Noblesville Miller and Carmel Greyhound golf teams produced strong showings in their respective sectional tournaments on Monday morning.
The Millers hosted and won their sectional held at Purgatory Golf Club by a wide margin. Noblesville finished with a team-low score of 288 and also boasted the two top individual scores. Clay Merchant and Jacob Deakyne tied for medalist with a pair of 69s. Merchent defeated Deakyne in a one-hole playoff. Fellow Miller Mitchell Compton also played well finishing fifth with a score of 74.
Hamilton Southeastern (307) and Fishers (311) finished second and third, respectively, also qualifying for regionals out of the Noblesville sectional tournament.
The Hounds also came away with a sectional championship on Monday morning. Carmel won the Zionsville sectional tournament held at Golf Club of Indiana with a score of 290. Host Zionsville finished second with a 297, and Westfield placed third with a 310. The Eagles and Rocks will also advance to regionals.
Carmel was led by sophomore Nick Dentino who earned medalist honors with his two-under 70. Dentino eagled the second hole and birdied two others.
Four other Greyhound golfers also placed in the top ten. Junior Curtis Robertson and freshman Clay Stirsman tied for fourth at 73. Senior Kevin Stone, last year's sectional medalist, fired a 74, good for seventh place. Finally, sophomore Cole Harris finished 10th after posting a 76.