Golfers Johnny Travale, Luca Carestia place in top-30 at provincial high school championships

Sports Oct 13, 2017 by Larry Moko Ancaster News

The Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic duo of Johnny Travale and Luca Carestia placed fourth and 27th respectively at the 2017 Ontario high school boys’ golf championships in Kingsville.

The two-day, 36-hole annual competition concluded Thursday at the 6,534-yard Kingsville Golf and Country Club.

Travale, from Bishop Ryan, carded a final-round 2-over-par 74 to finish with a 145 total, five shots behind individual winner Ethan Cardwell of Courtice.

Matthew Anderson of Mentor College in Mississauga placed second and Peyton Callens of Simcoe Holy Trinity came third.

Carestia, a Grade 11 student from Bishop Tonnos, had a two-round total of 161 (77-84).

In team play, the Golden Horseshoe Athletic Conference champion Corpus Christi Longhorns of Burlington — Marcus Khaw, Ben Honda, Matthew Flood and Colton Peak — ended up third.

Cardwell, who shot a blazing 5-under 67 for the final 18 holes at OFSAA, captured the Investors Group Ontario bantam boys’ golf championship last August. And that was the same event Travale won in 2015.

In girls’ golf, at the OFSAA Festival in North Bay, Payton Bennett of Cardinal Newman (88-88—176) came 21st overall while Megan Miron of ACMT finished was 25th (90-89—179). The winning 36-hole score was Strathroy’s Taylor Kehoe (155).

Golfers Johnny Travale, Luca Carestia place in top-30 at provincial high school championships

Sports Oct 13, 2017 by Larry Moko Ancaster News

The Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic duo of Johnny Travale and Luca Carestia placed fourth and 27th respectively at the 2017 Ontario high school boys’ golf championships in Kingsville.

The two-day, 36-hole annual competition concluded Thursday at the 6,534-yard Kingsville Golf and Country Club.

Travale, from Bishop Ryan, carded a final-round 2-over-par 74 to finish with a 145 total, five shots behind individual winner Ethan Cardwell of Courtice.

Matthew Anderson of Mentor College in Mississauga placed second and Peyton Callens of Simcoe Holy Trinity came third.

Carestia, a Grade 11 student from Bishop Tonnos, had a two-round total of 161 (77-84).

In team play, the Golden Horseshoe Athletic Conference champion Corpus Christi Longhorns of Burlington — Marcus Khaw, Ben Honda, Matthew Flood and Colton Peak — ended up third.

Cardwell, who shot a blazing 5-under 67 for the final 18 holes at OFSAA, captured the Investors Group Ontario bantam boys’ golf championship last August. And that was the same event Travale won in 2015.

In girls’ golf, at the OFSAA Festival in North Bay, Payton Bennett of Cardinal Newman (88-88—176) came 21st overall while Megan Miron of ACMT finished was 25th (90-89—179). The winning 36-hole score was Strathroy’s Taylor Kehoe (155).

Golfers Johnny Travale, Luca Carestia place in top-30 at provincial high school championships

Sports Oct 13, 2017 by Larry Moko Ancaster News

The Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic duo of Johnny Travale and Luca Carestia placed fourth and 27th respectively at the 2017 Ontario high school boys’ golf championships in Kingsville.

The two-day, 36-hole annual competition concluded Thursday at the 6,534-yard Kingsville Golf and Country Club.

Travale, from Bishop Ryan, carded a final-round 2-over-par 74 to finish with a 145 total, five shots behind individual winner Ethan Cardwell of Courtice.

Matthew Anderson of Mentor College in Mississauga placed second and Peyton Callens of Simcoe Holy Trinity came third.

Carestia, a Grade 11 student from Bishop Tonnos, had a two-round total of 161 (77-84).

In team play, the Golden Horseshoe Athletic Conference champion Corpus Christi Longhorns of Burlington — Marcus Khaw, Ben Honda, Matthew Flood and Colton Peak — ended up third.

Cardwell, who shot a blazing 5-under 67 for the final 18 holes at OFSAA, captured the Investors Group Ontario bantam boys’ golf championship last August. And that was the same event Travale won in 2015.

In girls’ golf, at the OFSAA Festival in North Bay, Payton Bennett of Cardinal Newman (88-88—176) came 21st overall while Megan Miron of ACMT finished was 25th (90-89—179). The winning 36-hole score was Strathroy’s Taylor Kehoe (155).