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BCC Golf Tied for Lead At Alabama Invitational

November 12, 2012 - BCC’s Golf team finds itself faced with a familiar foe, after day one at the Central Alabama Community College Fall Invitational.

Once again it’s Central Alabama and BCC at the top, competing for the fourth time this season for a tournament title.

The two teams are tied going into Tuesday’s final round, fighting through the cold and rainy weather, with a forecast for the final day of temperatures in the low thirties, with a high of 58.

At the Par 72, 7,100-yard course, BCC and Central AL CC each shot a 303, while Cape Fear (NC) CC and Meridian (MS) CC enter the final round tied for third with a score of 320.

BCC’s Arthur Leonard is tied for the individual top score, shooting a 71, tied with Central AL’s Alex Brownell. Andrew Klasing (CACC) and David Weeks (Jax State) tied for 3rd with a 72.

For BCC, in addition to Leonard, Blake Biggs shot a round of 76 (tied for 7th), Anthony Skirk a 77 (tied for 12th), Nick Maynard a 79 (tied for 17th), and Kyle Benson an 80 (tied for 21st).

“The guys hung in there well today, and Arthur Leonard continued his good play during his freshman campaign,” Coach Jamie Howell said. “Central Alabama will be tough on their home course, and each team would like to wind up the fall season with a win.”