Posted: 9:05 am Friday, April 4th, 2014

Dunwoody, Arabia Mount share DeKalb golf title 

By Stan Awtrey

Cameron West of M.L. King was boys medalist at the DeKalb County golf championship.

Cameron West of M.L. King was boys medalist at the DeKalb County golf championship.

They went three extra holes, but no one could break the tie at the DeKalb County Golf Championships at the Sugar Creek Golf Course. That left Dunwoody and Arabia Mountain tied at 316 and co-champions.

Dunwoody, which had won the county title for five straight years, was led by freshman Will Bentson with a 77 and senior Raul Oviedo with a 78. Corey Sullivan shot 71 and Lain Barclay added an 82 for the Wildcats.

Arabia Mountain was led by senior Darius Davis, who shot 74 to finish second overall. Freshmen Noah Kuranga and Nylan Washington hat 76 and 78 and senior Miles Bizzle rounded out the team scoring with a 90.

Cameron Wyatt, a sophomore from M.L. King, shot even-par 71 to earn medalist honors.

Dunwoody (left) and Arabia Mountain shared the DeKalb County golf championship title.

Dunwoody (left) and Arabia Mountain shared the DeKalb County golf championship title.

Lakeside was third at 367 and Druid Hills placed fourth at 402. Chamblee’s Jonathon Moore finished third with a 75. …

The Providence Christian boys won their first match in two years when they defeated Prince Avenue Christian. Auston Netcher shot 39 for the Storm.

Girls golf: Dunwoody wins DeKalb title

Dunwoody broke Lakeside’s two-year reign as DeKalb County champion by prevailing at Sugar Creek. The Wildcats shot a 223 to finish first, as Lauren Callahan shot 105 and Olivia Vergura shot 118. Callahan was fourth and Vergura was sixth among individuals.

Mariah Kuranga of Arabia Mountain became a three-time county champion by shooting 83. Her sister, Sarah, was also a three-time winner. Kayla McClendon of Chamblee was runner-up for the second straight year. Sabontu Ahmado of Redan finished in third. …

Mariah Kuranga of Arabia Mountain won her third DeKalb County championship.

Mariah Kuranga of Arabia Mountain won her third DeKalb County championship.

The Dunwoody girls won the DeKalb County golf championship.

The Dunwoody girls won the DeKalb County golf championship.

Not only did Cambridge score a 31-shot win over Alpharetta at Atlanta National, Rachel Dai had a hole-in-one. The junior had an ace at No. 2 and went on to shoot 37. Sabrina Long led Cambridge with a 3-under 33.

Boys tennis: Brookwood still undefeated

Brookwood remained undefeated by handling Johns Creek its second loss of the season. The Broncos prevailed with a 4-1 win in Snellville. The Broncos swept the three singles matches behind Brandon Miles, Will George and Zach Jennings. The No. 1 doubles team of David Brown and Will McWhirt was also victorious. … Hebron Christian improved to 10-1 after a 5-0 sweep of Dacula. Bryce Coleman won at No. 1 singles for the Lions. …

Girls tennis: Gainesville hands Buford its first loss

Gainesville handed Buford its first loss of the season, as the Red Elephants scored a 3-2 win. Katherine Wright and Brinkley Frankum won singles for Gainesville, which also got a victory from the NO. 1 doubles team of Morgan Mercer and Suzanne Smith. … Hebron Christian improved to 10-2 with a 4-1 win over Dacula. Darby Duval led the way with a win at No. 1 singles.

 

 

 

 

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