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Revere boys win Suburban League golf title

By admin Published: September 19, 2007

The Revere boys golf team won its third consecutive Suburban League postseason tournament to clinch the league title. Revere won a share of the league title with Green in 2006, but the Minutemen were able to win it outright this season.

Revere finished first in the team scoring with 309 points. Junior Cory Hill shot a 4-over 75 to lead the Minutemen. Junior Tom Kimberly (77), sophomore Patrick Alfieri (78) and junior Mack Kerker (79) rounded out Revere's top four.

"We generally don't have a day when three guys shoot in the mid-80s because we have six guys who have a shot at the 70s," Revere coach Jed McKnight said.

Cloverleaf placed second in the tournament with a 322, and Tallmadge took third with a 329.

Cloverleaf senior Parker Hewit, who has committed to play golf at Bowling Green State University, shared the tournament's top individual score with Tallmadge sophomore Matt Wellman. Hewit and Wellman each shot a 3-over 74.

LEW STAMP/Akron Beacon Journal

Revere junior Cory Hill is congratulated after sinking a 20-foot putt on No. 18 at J.E. Good Park Golf Course during the Suburban League tournament.



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