Some York County junior golfers have excelled in tournament action recently.

Evan Greenplate won the 12-13 Division of the Plantations Junior Golf Tournament at the University of Maryland over the weekend. He shot 76 on Saturday to lead by one stroke heading into the final round, and shot 73 on Sunday to win the two-day event by five strokes.

York's Joe Parrini captured his second-straight International Junior Golf Tour event over the weekend at Jeffersonville Golf Club in Norristown. Parrini won the Boys' 14 Division with rounds of 74 and 76, good for a 150 total on the par-70 layout. He won by a whopping 22 shots.

Another York golfer, Nick Geiman, finished second in the Norristown event in the Boys' 15-19 Division after rounds of 82 and 73, good for a 155 total. He finished four shots out of first place.

Finally, Spring Grove's Victoria Ross finished fourth in the Girls' Division at Norristown after rounds of 91 and 84. She finished six shots out of first.


DALLASTOWN STILL PERFECT IN DIVISION I: The Dallastown golf team remained unbeaten in York-Adams Division I action on Monday with a triumph at The Bridges Golf Club near Abbottstown.

The Wildcats are now 36-0 in division action, good for 108 points.

Dallastown finished with a 390 total, 20 shots ahead of second-place Central York. Kyle Williams led the Wildcats with the day's best individual score -- 1-over-par 73. Blake Sebring and Brandon Greenplate each shot 76 for Dallastown.


Central's Gus Minkin had the day's second-best score at 75. The Panthers are second in the team race at 27-9, good for 81 points. Spring Grove finished third on Monday at 414, followed by Red Lion at 422. Red Lion is third in the division standings at 24-12 (72 points), followed by Spring Grove 21-15 (63 points).

Only four players managed to break 80 at The Bridges.

ACE AT BRIARWOOD: John Gereny had a hole in one on Saturday at Briarwood East Golf Club.

Gereny used a pitching wedge to ace the 149-yard 14th hole. It was witnessed by Pat Hurt.