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TheAlexander Galt Golf Team won the ETIAC golf tournament at the Old Lennoxville Golf Club this past Tuesday.
Anthony Gosselin led the Pipers and the entire field with a low gross of 77. Jacob Laplante, Liam Pankovitch, Jayson Robillard, Matthew Littlejohn also played well with scores of 80, 81,83 and 85 as the Pipers edged out Bishop’s College School by three shots to take claim the second major tournament of the season. BCS won the first major tournament of the year in Cowansville last week by nine shots. As a result the Pipers sit six shots behind the Bears from BCS in the team format. Stanstead College and Massey-Vanier round out the team play, but it looks to be a two-team race for the banner with two major tournaments left to play in the season.
Gosselin was also the low gross in Cowansville with an 81 in tough weather conditions last week. The ETIAC golf circuit continues next Wednesday at the Dufferin Heights Golf and Country Club. The final major of the year will be played at the Milby Golf Club on Friday, May 23.
The winning Galt team: (left to right) Liam Pankovitch, Jakob Laplante, Anthony Gosselin, Jayson Robillard and Matthew Littlejohn