C-L's Siegel fires 39; Bobcats pad lead in KSAC

HAYDEN SIEGEL

TIONESTA - Clarion-Limestone's Hayden Siegel fired a low round of 39 to capture medalist honors on Thursday, but Clarion's balanced attack led the Bobcats to a first-place team finish in the fourth Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference mega match of the season.

Held at Hunter Station Golf Course, Siegel medaled for the third time this season. His 39 was one stroke better than runner-up Nate Tack of Moniteau.

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