Amari Medalist at Mid-Wach C Event
Mike Amari of North Middlesex fired a 75 to earn medalist honors at the Mid-Wach C Championships on Tuesday at Townsend Ridge Country Club.
Oakmont had five of the top seven golfers.
Also playing well for North Middlesex was Nic Miller, who tied for eighth with an 81. Also representing the Patriots were Justin Marr (89), Chris Larsen (91) and Luke Boccelli (96).
At the Mid-Wach E Championships, West Boylston’s Sean Magarian won with a 72.
For Ayer Shirley, Ian Keene took eighth with a 92, Bryce Valliere added a 93 and Tyler Meehan shot a 97.
Freddie Curtis fired a 2-under par 34 at Red Tail Golf Course in Devens to lead Bromfield (9-4-1) over the Tigers.
Tyngsboro fell to 1-13-1 on the season.
Jared LeClerc carded a 1-under 34 to earn medalist honors while leading Groton-Dunstable past Fitchburg in a Mid-Wach B match held at Oak Hill CC.
Groton-Dunstable improved its Mid-Wach B record to 8-0 while winning its second straight league crown. The Crusaders have an overall record of 13-3.
Also playing well for G-D were James Wilson (1-over 36), Nick Towle (37), Ethan Loomis (38) and Luke Llodra (40).
Andrew Dickson (1-up), Jack Leahy (2-up) and Michael Moore (1-up) won their matches for Dracut.
Sam Powell halved his match.
Dickson and Connor Jones teamed up to win their four ball match for the Middies.
Matt Scaringella and Kyle King each shot 38 for Littleton, which clinched the Mid-Wach D championship.
The Tigers are 11-2-1 overall and 7-1 in Mid-Wach D following the win.
Ethan Dolan checked at 40.
Lowell Catholic 5
Keegan Cote, Brock Pare, Matt Asselin, Ben Asselin, Patrick Cote and Owen Goulette won their matches for Lowell, which finished the regular season with a 10-6 record.
Lowell will be represented by Trevor Green, Goulette and Ben Asselin at the MVC Championship on Thursday at Vesper Country Club.
Tewksbury finished the regular season 8-7 overall, 8-6 MVC Division 2 following the loss at Trull Brook Golf Course.
Individual winners for the Redmen were Cam Grace (2 up), Campbell Pierce (2&1) and Sam White (4&3). John Beatrice halved his match.
Pierce and White combined to win in best ball, 2&1.