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All-County Golf

November 07, 2003|by TIM KOELBLE

Three seniors return as members of the 2003 Herald-Mail All-County golf team.

Bobby Jones of St. Maria Goretti, Seth Moul of St. James and Will Roney of Williamsport headline the six-player team and are joined by juniors Nick Zaccaria of Boonsboro, Andrea Grier of Smithsburg and Jared Zampelli of North Hagerstown.

Jones and Moul, while not eligible for the Maryland state golf tournament, were the two consistently low scorers throughout the season with respective 9-hole stroke averages of 37 and 38.

Jones will be taking his golf talents to Methodist College in Fayetteville, Ark., on a scholarship. He'll also become involved in the PGM Program at Methodist, a 4 1/2-year internship where he'll learn the ropes of pro shop management.

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Moul was the top player at St. James and brought home medalist honors in the Mid-Atlantic Conference tournament. Roney was usually in the 39-41 range throughout the year in leading Williams-port and qualified for the Maryland 2A-1A state championship. Both are undecided on college plans.

Grier follows in the footsteps of her older sister, Ashley, having qualified for the state tournament. Zaccaria also qualified for states, while Zampelli was a delightful surprise for the Hubs. All three averaged about 42 for the season.

Other county golfers receiving special consideration were: Luke Hintze, Williamsport; Scott Steiner, South Hagerstown; Alex Tyler, Clear Spring; Riley Ledden, Smithsburg; Kim Edens, St. James; and Andy Mellott, Williamsport.

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