September 27, 2018
UNION, ON. - Third time is a charm for Sheldon Pryce. The Clinton St. Anne’s golfer finished with the low score of 76, over 18 holes, to capture the WOSSAA boys’ golf title, at the St. Thomas Golf and Country Club. Pryce edged Mitchell Watt, of St. Marys DCVI, by one stroke and was two shots lower than Tillsonburg Glendale’s Griffin Sinden and London Oakridge’s Isabella Portokalis, who both tied for third, carding a 78. The Oakridge Oaks' foursome of Portokalis, Calvin Norris (79), Kevin Frehner (81) and Jillian Friyia (87), took the team title by 12 strokes.
September 25, 2018
LONDON, ON. - Madison Telford will be teeing off at OFSAA again. The Parkside Stampeder had a round of 88, the third lowest round, at the Western Ontario Secondary Schools Association (WOSSAA) girls’ golf championship, during rainy and windy conditions, at Westminster Trails. Telford qualifies for OFSAA, the provincial high school championship, for the fourth time in her career.
September 20, 2018
UNION, ON - John Orlebar fired an 84 to win the TVRA Tri-County boys' golf individual A flight title, at the St. Thomas Golf and Country Club. The East Elgin secondary school golfer helped the Eagles' team place fourth.
With three scores in the 80s, the St. Joseph's Rams won the Tri-County team title by 12 strokes, with Brett Chapman (85), Owen McIntrye (86) and Aiden Shaw (89).
Jayden Boddy also carded an 85, to help Dorchester place third, while Luke Trowman led Parkside CI with an 88. In B flight action, Central Elgin Titan Rob Schivers led the way with an 81.-16.
September 18, 2018
LONDON, ON. - Madison Telford, of Parkside Collegiate, fired a round of 89, in the 18-hole A flight, while teammate Kenzie Laskin was second in B flight, at the Thames Valley Regional Athletics girls' golf championships, at Westminster Trails. Laskin finished one shot behind B flight winner Caitlin Moss, of Woodstock Collegiate. Megan Hepburn carded a 62 in B flight.
August 2, 2018
ST. THOMAS – Madison Telford leads the Girls' division, on the Junior Tyson Golf Tour, after seven events. Telford won both the Ingeroll and Highland Open and finished third at Sawmill Creek, on July 26th. The St. Thomas Golf and Country host a tour stop, on Thursday, August 16.
August 1, 2018
ST. THOMAS – Stephanie Byerson-Butler,
a graduate of Central Elgin Collegiate this past June, will be teeing off for Olivet College, a private Division III school, just outside of Detroit, Michigan.
The 18-year old will be golfing with her good friend, a fellow CECI graduate and now teammate, Taylor Elley.
May 20, 2018
UNION, ON. - Brett McIntosh carded a three-under 141 over two rounds, capturing his second Early Bird Invitational, at the St. Thomas Golf and Country Club. McIntosh fired a four-under 68 on day two, passing day one leader Charles Fitzsimmons, to win by three shots. Fitzsimmons had a day one round of 73 and a two shot advantage over McIntosh, Eric Ross and Drew Symons. Henry Mulder won the B flight and Mike Hutchinson, took the C flight.
October 12, 2017
KINGSVILLE, ON. - Landon Johnstone placed 15th, in the open division, at the OFSAA boys' golf championship, at the Kingsville Golf and Country Club. The Central Elgin Collegiate Institute athlete had the best result for Elgin County, with six over two day combined score. He shot s 73, after a 77 on day one.
Johnstone, along with teammates Brady Johnstone and Satshia Tep-Chhun, placed 12th as a team. Tep-Chhun was 66th (+24 83 85), on the individual board, while Brady was 73rd (+27 84 87).
Jack Ferguson, from Parkside CI, was 16th (+13 77 80), in the open division, while St. Joe's Brett Chapman, finished 22nd (+34 83 95), in the high school division.
October 12, 2017
October 12, 2017
NORTH BAY, ON. - Taylor Kehoe is the OFSAA girls' golf champion. From Strathroy DCI, Kehoe won by two shots, compiling a two round total of 155. Her 74 on day one, put her at top the leader board and she remained there, even with an 81 on day two. Kehoe also won the WOSSAA title. East Elgin Eagle Felica Moyer finished 63rd, with a two round total of 207.
October 11, 2017
KINGSVILLE, ON. - Landon Johnstone, of Central Elgin Collegiate and Jack Ferguson, from Parkside CI, are tied for 16th, in the open division, after day one, at OFSAA boys' golf, at the Kingsville Golf and Country Club. Both carded rounds of 77 (+5). CECI's Satshia Tep-Chhun, fired an 83 (+11), while team-mate Brady Johnstone, shot an 84 (+12). The Titans' are tied for 10th, in the team standings. Day one leader, with a two shot lead, is Peyton Callens, from Simcoe Holy Trinity, after a sizzling 70 (-2). Callens is heading to Texas A&M University, in the fall of 2018. In the high school division, St. Joseph's Brett Chapman shares 28th place, after a round of 83 (+11).
October 11, 2017
NORTH BAY, ON. - Taylor Kehoe has a three shot lead after a day one round of 74, at the OFSAA girls' golf festival, at the North Bay Golf and Country Club.
Kehoe, out of Strathroy DCI, won the WOSSAA title, on September 26. East Elgin Eagle Felica Moyer is 65th. The second and final round goes Thursday.
September 28, 2017
UNION, ON. - A 32 over the back nine carried Jack Ferguson to the top of the leader-board. The Parkside Stampeder shot a 74 over 18 holes, to win the WOSSAA boys' golf championship, by two strokes, at the St. Thomas Golf and Country Club. Zach Friesen, of Woodstock St. Mary's finished second, with Brady Johnstone, of the Central Elgin Titans and Evan Connell, from London Laurier, tying for third place, with 77's. Johnstone and his Central Elgin Titan teammates, Satshia Tep-Chhun and Landon Johnstone, repeated as team champions, combining for a score of 237. Ferguson, Friesen and the Titan trio, advance to OFSAA, at the Kingsville Golf and Country Club, October 11-12.
September 26, 2017
LONDON, ON. -
Cindy Felicia Moyer will be teeing off at OFSAA. The East Elgin Eagle won the high school division, at the WOSSAA girls' golf championship, at Westminster Trails, carding an 87 over 18 holes. The top team in the 'A' flight open division and the low three individuals, not on that team, qualify for OFSAA, as well as the three low scores, in the high school division.
OFSAA is October 11-12, in North Bay. Taylor Kehoe, from Strathroy DCI, won the open division, with a tournament low individual score of 72. Woodstock C.I.'s Madeline Choi, finished second, carding a 77, one shot lower than Rylie Grogan, of London Mother Teresa. London Lucas took the team title, with Cindy Won, Aarushi Vasudev, Shreya Dala and Helena Woodburn, combining for a best score of 289. Parkside's Madison Telford, scored a 93 for her round, fourth best in the open division.
September 21, 2017
UNION, ON. -
Aidan Smith, of Lord Dorchester, fired a round of 73, to win the Thames Valley Region Athletics (TVRA) Tri-County boys' golf championship, by four strokes, at the St. Thomas Golf and Country Club. Smith led the LDSS to second place in the team standings. The Central Elgin Titans won the 'A' flight team title, with a combined score of 233, with Landon Johnstone, Satshia Chhun and Brady Johnstone, finishing
two-three-four on the leader board. The West Elgin Wildcats (Owen Lunn, Josh McQuade, Connor Grexton, Gavin Lunn) won the 'B' flight title.
The top six teams, in 'A' flight, and next four low individuals not on those teams, advance to WOSSAA, back here, on Thursday, September 28.
September 19, 2017
DORCHESTER - Cindy Won fired a tournament low score of 66, leading London Lucas, to the Central Division team title, at the Thames Valley Region Athletics (TVRA) girls' golf championships, at Dorchester Golf Club. Woodstock College Avenue won the Tri-County team title. The 'A' flight featured 18 holes, while 'B' flight had nine. Lord Dorchester's team of Marissa Chesney (shot a 49), Alison Granger and Jolin Payne, captured the Tri-County 'B' flight title. London Beal won the Central division 'B' flight, led by Haley Teixeira's round of 45.
September 29, 2016
UNION, ON.- Landon Johnstone shot a 76, to lead St.
Thomas Central Elgin C.I. to the WOSSAA boys' team golf championship, at the St.
Thomas Golf and Country Club.
The threesome of Johnstone (76), Brady Johnstone (ninth place, with an 83) and
Satchia Tep-Chhun (86), finished five strokes better than London Oakridge. Cole
Friyia led Oakridge with round of 78, good enough for runner-up to Landon.
The CECI team and Friyia advance to the OFSAA championship, hosted by the
Saugeen Golf Club, in Port Elgin, October 11-13.
Sam Manfredi, of St. Thomas Parkside, tied three others for third place, carding a 79, but won a play-off, to earn his berth to OFSAA. Dorchester’s Jason Boddy, Stratford Central’s Trent Zorgdrade, and Jake Watt, from St. Marys DCVI, finished tied fourth. London St. Thomas Aquinas placed third as team, just a stroke behind Oakridge.
Tri-County had three schools in the top six, with Central Elgin winning, followed by Parkside, in fourth place and Lord Dorchester, sixth.
September 27, 2016
LONDON, ON.- Hailey Barkley fired a 75 over 18 holes, to win the ‘A’ flight at the WOSSAA girls' golf, hosted by Westminster Trails Golf Club. The Strathroy DCI athlete finished three shots over Jordan Jarrett. But Jarrett led her St. Marys DCI team, including Aimee King and Robyn Lewis, to first place, in the ‘A” flight. London St. Thomas Aquinas (Alyssa Burgess, J.J. Sparling, Payton Sparling) finished second.London Beal (Kendra Squires, Hailey Teixeira, Rachel Johnston) won the ‘B’ Flight. Stephanie Byerson, of St. Thomas Central Elgin Collegiate, was the ‘B’ flight individual winner, four shots over Alannah Gosnell, of Woodstock C.I.
September 22, 2016
DORCHESTER - Alyssa Burgess led London St. Thomas Aquinas to the girls' team title, at the Thames Valley Regional Athletic Central golf tournament.
September 20, 2016
ST. THOMAS - The Central Elgin Titans’ boys team
retained their team title, at the Thames Valley Region Athletics Tri-County golf
championship, held at the St. Thomas Golf and Country Club.
The Titans won by three shots over St. Mary's, led by individual champion,
Landon Johnstone, who shot a 74, one better than St. Mary’s Davey Morton.
Completing the Titans’ team were Brady Johnstone and Satschia Tep-Chun.