Oct 2, 2014 9:25 PM

Bishop Guertin golfer out to win second high school girls crown

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If this was any normal year, Bishop Guertin’s Chelsea Sedlar would be the odds on favorite to repeat as the NHIAA’s Girls Individual Golf Tournament champion. Unfortunately for the 17-year-old Merrimack native, this is no ordinary year. Enter Pinkerton Academy freshman New Hampshire Women’s Golf Association rising star Lauren Thibodeau of Hampstead. The two golfers have already squared off in a big tournament this year, with Thibodeau rallying from a four-stroke deficit at the turn to catch Sedlar and win her fourth straight NHWGA Junior Championship at Intervale Country Club in Manchester. At the time, it was considered a preview of things to come this fall as Sedlar looks to win her second straight high school title. BG coach Paul Rousseau is hoping Sedlar’s maturity will be the difference come Saturday morning when the two star golfers tee off together at Campbell’s Scottish Highlands in Salem. Sedlar and Thibodeau will be joined at 8:30 a.m. on the first tee by Alvirne freshman Jessica Lortie and St.


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