Two York-Adams League golfers have qualified for next week's PIAA Golf Championships.
Dallastown's Brandon Greenplate fired a 3-over-par 75 on Tuesday at the PIAA East Regional Qualifier at Golden Oaks Golf Club in Fleetwood. That tied him for eighth place in the Class AAA boys' field.
The top 24 golfers in the AAA boys' field advanced to the PIAA Championships, which are set for next Monday and Tuesday at Heritage Hills Golf Resort in York.
Craig Hornberger of Manheim Twp. won the AAA boys' regional with a 3-under 69.
Two other York-Adams golfers were in the AAA boys' field but failed to advance. West York's Josh Rinehart and Red Lion's Brandon Stine each fired 83s to tie for 39th place.
In Class AA boys, Fairfield's Isaiah Logue fired an 8-over 80 to finish 14th and qualify for the PIAA finals next week. The top 16 golfers advanced in Class AA boys.
Noah Firestone of Mount Calvary Christian and Evan Thornton of Wyomissing led the AA boys' field with 3-over 75s. Firestone won the title in a playoff.
In Class AA girls, York Catholic's Lauren Parrini finished 12th with a 106 and failed to move on. Holy Cross' Selena Cerra won the AA girls' event with a 10-over 82. The top eight advanced to the state event from the AA girls' qualifier.
The Class AAA girls' qualifier was won by Radnor's Jamie Susanin, who fired a 3-over 75. There were no York-Adams golfers in the AAA girls' qualifier.
OTHER LOCAL GOLF NOTES
BUCHART EVENT RAISES MORE THAN $41,000 FOR ALS: The eighth annual John Buchart Golf Classic for the Muscular Dystrophy Association recently raised more than $41,000. The event was played Oct. 6 at Cool Creek Golf Club in Wrightsville. The event, sponsored by Rock Commercial Real Estate, pays tribute to John Buchart, who died in 2005 from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. Since its inception in 2005, the event has raised more than $310,000 for ALS research.
YORKER HAS ACE AT BRIARWOOD EAST: York's Steve Jones had a hole in one on Tuesday at Briarwood East Golf Course. He used a 9-iron to ace the 144-yard third hole. It was witnessed by Mike Warner, Mike McWilliams and Steve Burg.