Teurlings Catholic boys lead Division II golf finals after opening round

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LAFAYETTE – Teurlings Catholic of Lafayette put four players among the top 10 finishers and used that balance Monday to grab the team lead in the Division II boys’ competition of the Allstate Sugar Bowl LHSAA State Golf Championships.

Collin Duplechain (73), Dax Reaux (76), Cooper Edney (77) and Cooper Ware (78) finished third, tied for fourth, sixth and tied for seventh in the individual chase, giving the tournament-host Rebels a team 304 score over the 6,348-yard par-72 The Wetlands layout. That total was good enough for a six-stroke advantage over 2019 runner-up St. Louis Catholic going into Tuesday’s final 18 holes.

St. Louis got a big boost from Ross Anderson and George Trappey, who claimed the top two individual slots in Monday’s first round. Anderson shot a three-under 33 on the back nine and finished with a 37-33—70 score, while Trappey was one stroke back at 36-35—71.

2019 defending champion St. Thomas More stands in third place with a 317 score while Neville stands fourth at 338.

Zach Hardy and Jude Bourque of St. Thomas More posted 76 and 78 scores respectively to tie for fourth and seventh in the individual competition. Carter Rogers of Neville, Stephen Faucheaux of Holy Cross and James Stonecipher of St. Thomas More rounded out the top 10, tying for seventh with a 78.

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