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Wytinck tied for sixth after two rounds

Glenboro’s Zach Wytinck and Dauphin’s Connor Shaw are both in the top 10 through two of four rounds of the Manitoba junior men’s golf championship at the Rossmere Country Club in Winnipeg.

Wytinck shot a 77 Tuesday for a two-round total of 151 to sit tied for sixth place and eight strokes back of leader Travis Fredborg of Selkirk, who carded a 71 yesterday. Shaw shot 75 and sits tied for ninth, 10 strokes off the pace, at 153.

Brandonite Austin Dobrescu of the Shilo Country Club is tied for 15th at 159 after shooting 79 yesterday.

Meanwhile, Erickson’s Bobbi Uhl of the Shilo club sits 10 strokes off the pace in ninth place in the junior women’s championship after shooting 93 in Round 1 on Tuesday. Selkirk’s McKyla Poponick leads the way after carding an opening-round 83.

WOMEN’S SOCCER:

Brittany Heaman fired three goals to lead the Brandon Chaos to a 5-0 victory in Hamiota in Westman Women’s Soccer League action on Tuesday night.

Ashlea Earl and Kendra McKinney also scored for the Chaos, with McKinney and Morgan Strachan sharing the goalkeeping for the clean sheet.

SENIOR AA BASEBALL:

Derek Harris, Marshal Burgess and Bradley Schoonbaert each had three hits to lead the Brandon Midget AAA Knights to a 12-1 triumph over the Diamond Dawgs in Andrew Agencies Senior AA Baseball League action on Tuesday night at Brandon Field.

Harris tripled and scored twice, Burgess crossed home plate three times and Schoonbaert drove in three runs to lead the Knights. Ashton Anderson singled and scored the lone run for the Diamond Dawgs.

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Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition July 16, 2014

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Glenboro’s Zach Wytinck and Dauphin’s Connor Shaw are both in the top 10 through two of four rounds of the Manitoba junior men’s golf championship at the Rossmere Country Club in Winnipeg.

Wytinck shot a 77 Tuesday for a two-round total of 151 to sit tied for sixth place and eight strokes back of leader Travis Fredborg of Selkirk, who carded a 71 yesterday. Shaw shot 75 and sits tied for ninth, 10 strokes off the pace, at 153.

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Glenboro’s Zach Wytinck and Dauphin’s Connor Shaw are both in the top 10 through two of four rounds of the Manitoba junior men’s golf championship at the Rossmere Country Club in Winnipeg.

Wytinck shot a 77 Tuesday for a two-round total of 151 to sit tied for sixth place and eight strokes back of leader Travis Fredborg of Selkirk, who carded a 71 yesterday. Shaw shot 75 and sits tied for ninth, 10 strokes off the pace, at 153.

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