By Darryl G. Smart
Matt McConkey and his St. John’s College Green Eagles teammates golfed like they wanted their names on to be the first ones on the Athletic Association of Brant Haldimand Norfolk boys golf championship plaque.
While McConkey shot a very impressive one-under par 71 at the Greens at Renton on Monday, two of his teammates also shot under 80 for a total of 227 as he, Tommy Karmiris, Ethan Szabo, Brady Sinclair, and Mitch Ferras captured the AABHN title for the Green Eagles.
Holy Trinity’s Jack Millard and Jacob Passmore, from Dunnville Secondary School both shot 78 for the lowest District 9 (Haldimand and Norfolk) scores.
The Green Eagle’s topping the tournament with its 227 total, the Holy Titans came in second overall combining for 252. Brantford Collegiate Institute shot 262, Assumption Collee shot 271, Cayuga Secondary School combined for 278, while Dunville had 294.