Towanda's Innocenzo shoots 92 at second day of PIAA golf.

By: The Review | Towanda Daily Review | October 24, 2014


Towanda's Nick Innocenzo shot a 92 on Friday at the PIAA Golf Championships, for a two-round total of 177 (85 & 92), good for 34th place.

"He started out on 10 again and he picked up a couple of shots on yesterday's pace early," Towanda coach Tim Farley said. "He got around to No. 13 where he made a triple yesterday and he birdied it today, he had about a 25-footer for birdie. He bogeyed the next hole and was two-over for five holes. He got to a par three that had a tough green and four putted for a triple and kind of went south from there and never really got it back.

"He got off to a decent start, got into some trouble with the hazards and it kind of got away from him a little bit."

While it was a tough second round for Innocenzo the junior had a successful season.

"For all of us it's been a great experience and I think we all have got to take the experience and process it and learn from it and go into next year and build upon it and work very hard to go back next year and make it better," Farley said. "Heck, we can't complain about anything we have experienced so far. As a team we are very young and we had a fairly successful season there and a lot of individual success in the postseason and all we can do is build upon it for next year.

"It was a struggle today for Nick, but he has no reason to be upset or ashamed or anything. He had a heck of a season and he'll grow from this."