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PINEHURST— Jack Fields of Southern Pines Pinecrest fired a blistering four-under 67 on Tuesday to win top individual honors in the 72nd annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state 4-A men’s golf championships at Pinehurst number six.
The championship was held on a par-71 layout set at 6,500 yards for the NCHSAA event.
Fields finished with a 138 total, four under par and four shots ahead of Charlotte Providence’s Nik Peterson. Jonathan Miles of Wilmington Hoggard was in third place, six shots off the pace.
First day leader Michael Marshburn of Morrisville Green Hope, who had a 70 on Monday, finished in fifth with a 147 total after a 77 in the final round.
Fields’ heroics on Tuesday helped lift Pinecrest to the team championship, rallying from third place after the first day and spoiling Morrisville Green Hope’s bid for a third consecutive state team championship.
Pinecrest finished with a 586, six shots ahead of Providence and 10 strokes better than third place Green Hope. Huntersville Hopewell was fourth but was 34 shots back.
The best four of six individual scores count toward the team total.
Prior to 1986, all NCHSAA schools competed for a single title in an open tournament. Play went to three classifications in 1986 and then to four classes beginning with the 1998 tournaments.
A total of 84 golfers competed in the two-day tournament. Wendy’s and the Carolinas Ford Dealers are the presenting sponsors of the NCHSAA sports program.
NORTH CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
2008 MEN’S STATE 4-A GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS
Pinehurst number six
1. Southern Pines Pinecrest 296-290—586
2. Charlotte Providence 295-297—592
3. Morrisville Green Hope 287-309—596
4. Huntersville Hopewell 316-304—620
5. Alexander Central 305-316—621
6. Matthew David Butler 311-315—626
7. Wilmington Hoggard 319-308—627
8. Northern Durham 323-321—634
9. Greenville Rose 318-318—636
10. North Mecklenburg 323-321—644
11. Concord Jay Robinson 318-345—663
12. Holly Springs 347-326—673
1. Jack Fields,Southern Pijnes Pinecrest 71-67—138
2. Nik Peterson, Charlotte Providence 71-71—142
3. Jonathan Miles, Wilimington Hoggard 71-73—144
4. Daniel Meggs, Matthews David Butler 73-72—145
5. Michael Marshburn, Morrisville Green Hope 70-77—147
6. Patrick Barrett, Southern PInes Pinecrest 73-75—148
Ryan Vince, Charlotte Providence 77-71—148
8. Russell Burke, Southern Pines Pinecrest 75-74—149
Will Almond, Morrisville Green Hope 73-76—149
Jack Garrett, Durham Riverside 71-78—149
Michael Cromie, Morrisville Green Hope 71-78—149
12. Jared Morrow, Huntersville Hopewell 76-75—151
Ben Kohles, Morrisville Green Hope 73-78—151
14. John Gillespie, Southern Pines Pinecrest 78-74—152
David Boyce, Charlotte Providence 72-80—152
Matt Rogers, Huntersville Hopewell 82-70—152
Jake Colley,Apex Middle Creek 75-77—152