By: Ed Weaver | NTL Sports | October 31, 2017
Barnett and Tuttle were both first team selection while Repard was a second team selection.
Barnett had the NTL's 3rd best average, shot a season low 76, and finished in the top 10 in all 7 league matches this year.
"Ben has been one of the most consistent golfers in the league over the last two seasons," said head coach Steve Macensky. "He continues to bring his average down each year and he has his sights set on playing college golf in the future."
Tuttle had the league's 4th best average, shot a season low 77, and also finished in the top 10 in all 7 league matches this year.
"Brandyn is one of the longest hitters in our league and he can simply over power a golf course," said Macensky. "He had some really great rounds this year and if he can build on his consistency he could compete for the top spot next year."
Repard finished 7th overall in league average, shot a season low 81 at the Hornets' home course at Tyoga, where he also tied for 4th, and finished in the top 10 5 out of 7 matches this season.
"Taynton shot some of his lowest rounds of his career this year," commented Macensky. "If he can start the year with a couple of better rounds next year, he will be competing for one of the top five spots. He was a great role model for the younger kids this year with his attitude on and off the course."
WellsboroGolf.com would like to congratulate Ben, Brandyn, and Taynton on their all-star selections.