2013-10-05 / Sports

Logue District 9 boys golf champ


Kade Logue fired a 75 round in the finals of the twostage PIAA District 9 Tournament at Pennhills Country Club in Bradford last week, nailing down the individual crown as District 9 Champion. Logue, an Austin student, plays with Cameron County through a cooperative sports agreement. He is pictured here with his father, Kurt Logue, who assists coach Rick McLean. Kade Logue fired a 75 round in the finals of the twostage PIAA District 9 Tournament at Pennhills Country Club in Bradford last week, nailing down the individual crown as District 9 Champion. Logue, an Austin student, plays with Cameron County through a cooperative sports agreement. He is pictured here with his father, Kurt Logue, who assists coach Rick McLean. Cameron County is sending two representatives to the PIAA Western Regional High School Golf Tournament in Blairsville on Oct. 16.

Kade Logue, a senior from Austin Area High School competing for the Red Raiders, and teammate Paul Etchepare qualified during the two-stage PIAA District 9 Tournament at Pennhills Country Club in Bradford.

Logue opened with a 78 Monday and returned to fire a stunning 75 in the finals, nailing down the District 9 individual championship by one stroke over Elk County Catholic’s Elliott Struble.

Etchepare shot a 77 and followed with a 79 to finish in a third place tie. Andrew Grimone and Keith Spehalski also competed for Cameron County.

Coudersport’s Cameron Kockler made the first cut with a round of 83 on Monday, but was eliminated on Saturday.

Meanwhile, coach Rick McLean’s Red Raiders finished the regular season with an 11-0 record, following a 37-18 win at Smethport. Etchepare and Logue both carded 40s to share medalist honors followed in order by Grimone, Spehalski and Glenn Moate.

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