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Roomies at the top: UC duo 1-2 ·in Met golf Larbes ' Ly.kl'· llS are top seeds match play beginS By Gary Estwick The CincimmU F:nqnirer

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Brian Sweeney blasts out of a sand trap on the fourth hole of Tuesday's tournament. Sweeney shot 74 Tuesday to advance to match play, where he'll face Jason Ritzert today.

Chris Larbes and Neil Lykins definitely travel in the same circles. Larbes and Lykins graduated from Moeller High School. They both play golf at the University of Cincinnati. And they're roommates. No wonder they met atop the leaderboard Tuesday at the 93rd annual Metropolitan Amateur Championship. The two players earned the top seeds entering today's opening round of match play at Terrace Park Country Club. In earning the top· seed, Larbes improved his first-round perform-

ance by eight strokes. He finished the day with a 6-under-par 66, one shot off the course record. "I feels good to be competing again~t one of my better friends," he sa1d. Lykins, seeded No.2, shot a 2-under-par 70 for the second co~secutive day. _ Ou~. coa~h (at. UC) 1s pretty happy, Lykms sa1d. Lykins an~ Larbes, both 21year-old semors, are two of 32 players still vying for this year's Met title; the second round of cuts redu~ed th~ ~eld from 14~. Chtp. Ph1lhps, Dan Smtth and Domemc Catacora won a playoff for _the _final three ~pots over Kevm H1gby and Chns Straley. Th ey aII s hot two-roun d tota Is of 149. . Match play, w~tch starts at 7:30 a.!?· tod~y w1th Larbes vs. Domemc, pa1rs the top seeds against the lowest seeds. Lykins plays Smith at 8:50 a.m.

Larbes and Lykins may have had the best two performances so far, but the best two-day performance by a threesome went to anoth~r g_roup of _youngsters: Ohio State JUntor Kevm Hall, formerly of St. Rita School for the Deaf (141), New Richmond High graduate and_ incoming Xavier fresh~an J~stm ,Fe~der (143) and Tu~pm H1gh JUmor Luke Underhill (143). The threesome rounded out the top five. "We were really young, and it w~s fun. becau~~ I .could relate w1th thet~ age, satd Hall, who was surpnsed to find out he .':'as the oldest of the group at 19. We all pla~ed g~od golf. We all. made some s1lly m1stakes, but , I thmk we aII had fun t~ge th er. . Hall wasn t the only player havmg f~n. Taylor Metc~lfe, 52, a two-bme Met c~amp10n (1970, 1982) and five-bme runner-up, shot a two-day total of 14~ -good enough to earn a spot . in match

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THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER

O's put squeeze on Yankees 4-3 Hairston's bunt Ameri,can League standings in 7th drives in w game-winning run 28 17u~ A.~.~or:iatetl Pres.~

BALTIMORE - Jerry Hairston drove in the tiebreaking run with a suicide squeeze in the seventh inning, and the Baltimore Orioles held on to beat the New York Yankees 4-3 Tuesday. Marty Cordova had three hits and two RBI for the Orioles, who improved to 5-5 against New York this season after going 5-13 in 2001. AlfonsoI_•,Soriano and De1

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For a high school student, it may · [" not seem ~e the ideal way to spend · summer vacation - waking· before the sun rises, heaving a heavy. golf bag onto your shoulder and walking two or three mile~. , •. But the early hours, sdggy feet the result of the morning dew - and sore shoulders ate well worth the gratifying reward 20 local high school seniors have received because . of their work behind the bag. Those students will attend college on a Chick Evans Caddie Scholarship, which covers both tuition and hous- · ing and is renewable for four years. The Evans Scholarship is the largest privately funded scholarship. program in the United States. Ashley Lehmann, Adam Klaas and Brett Mueller are among the local students awarded Evans Scholarships this fall. Each of their stories differ, like tpe more than 7,000 college students who have graduated as Evans Scholars since the program -was started by amateur golfer ' Charles "Chick" Evans in 1930, under the administration of the Western Golf Association. · ·. ·.

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EAST Senior ' Average: 39.0 1st team GMC, 2nd team SW district

s~nior Average: 38.4. 1st team MVC'

Honorable menUon: Mike McCann (Mason), Brian Linneman (Elder), Kyle Smith (Moeller), Ben Schonhoft (Moeller), Adam Richardson (Colerain), Travis Zellers (Winton Woods), Adam Ferguson (Glen Este), Luke Mitchell (Fairfield), Jeff Sullivan (Fairfield), ¡ Mike Beausejour (St. Xavier), Brad Blinn (St. Xavier), Brian Matlock (Anderson), Luke Underhill (Turpin), David Bouchard (Wyoming), Andrew Donaldson ¡ (Madeira), Randy Johnson (Middletown)

Girls golf honorable mention: Emily Elliott (St. Ursula); Magg\e Williams (Wyoming); Kristina Suntay (Ursuline); Rachel Quinlan-Waters(MND); Jessica Churbock (lakota East); Savannah Hill (Ursuline); Colt<Jen Cully (MND); Shawn Kelley (St. Ursula); Laurin Bruce (MND); Kristen McKimm (Wyoming); Rachel Miller (Taylor); Andrea Breitenbach (McAui.Qy); Amanda Glatfelter (Fairfield); Allison Heisinger (lakota East); Emily SwEtetman (MND); Anny Stevens-Gieasson (Middletown); Kaitlin McTernan (Anderson); leah Zipperstein (Sycamore); Amanda Weisel (McAuley); Karen Wolf (Princeton); Becky Leesman (McAuley); Michelle Sodini (Wilmington.); Tracey Ellis (Anderson)

Girls tennis honorable mention: Stephanie Polites (Sycamore); Jenny Belsky (Sycamore); Maureen Geraci (Turpin); Kristin Geraci (Turpin Emily Okerson (Anderson); Kristen Ko (Anderson)

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Moeller High School 2002-03 Golf Articles  
Moeller High School 2002-03 Golf Articles