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Rizzetto stays in driver’s seat in OCAA golf


(Photo: Mohawk Athletics)

(Photo: Mohawk Athletics)

Mohawk College’s Mike Rizzetto will carry a two-stroke lead into the third and final round of the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association Golf Championships at Douro-Dummer, near Peterborough.

Rizzetto, a Brantford, Ont., native who led by only one shot after the opening round, carded an even par 72 on day two Tuesday (Sept. 30) and sits at one under par 143 for 36 holes at the Wildfire Golf Club.

Spencer Dunseith of Fanshawe is at 145, two back, after firing a one-under par 71 Tuesday.

Then it’s two more strokes back to Brennan Smith of St. Lawrence-Kingston and Eric Pattenaude of Lambton. Cole Kent of Humber had the best round of the day, a two-under par 70

Mohawk’s Cameron Garon shot 75 in round two and is in a tie for 25th place overall.

Other Mountaineers’ scores included: Steve Toth (86), Lukas Pavkovic (88), and Kevin Gee (91).

Adrienne D’Alessio of Humber, who shot minus-1 in her first round, slipped to a four-over 76 Tuesday, but maintains a seven stroke lead on the field.

Mohawk’s Danielle Wilkinson is eighth after shooting 91 and Brooke Hoffner is 10th following a 107 in the second round.

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