CATELLON, Spain -- Ross McGowan shot a 7-under 64 on Thursday to take a two-shot lead after the opening round of the Castello Masters. The Englishman, ranked No. 543, holed his approach to the par-4 No. 17 for an eagle and made five birdies in a faultless round that left him two strokes ahead of Paraguays Fabrizio Zanotti and Englands Richard McEvoy. "Its nice to be playing well again and up in contention. Im just trying to play each shot at a time and put up a good result at the end of the week," said McGowan, who carded a 64 to lead the Madrid Masters two weeks ago before falling out of the running. Hometown favourite Sergio Garcia shot 67, leaving him among a group of players at 4 under that includes Northern Irelands Michael Hoey -- making his first appearance since winning the Dunhill Links. The 31-year-old Garcia, searching for his first European Tour win in almost three years, was 1 over at the turn before sinking five birdies on the back nine. "It was a slow start, but ... then I got going," he said. Defending champion Matteo Manassero opened with five straight birdies, but a double-bogey on No. 15 slowed him down and he finished with a 69. Tom Lewis, last weeks Portugal Masters champion, recovered from a poor start and finished with a 71, while American Anthony Kang shot 70 and two-time major winner John Daly had a 73. SYDNEY, N.S. -- Nicolas Roy scored a goal and added two assists to lead Quebec to a 4-1 victory over West at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge on Thursday. Brandon Gignac scored 89 seconds into the game to give Quebec (2-1-0-1) an early lead. Cameron Hebig tied it midway through the period before David Henley put Quebec ahead to stay. Samuel Blier added an insurance goal and Olivier Tremblay made 23 saves. Logan Flodell stopped 26 shots for West (0-3-1-0). Russia 5 Atlantic 3@ Aleksandr Zhebelev scored twice and Artur Tyanulin added a goal and an assist in Russias win over Atlantic. Artem Rozhkovskiy and Denis Gurianov also scored for Russia (2-1-1-0). William Bower, Cameron Lee and Alexandre Jacob had the Atlantic (1-3-0-0) goals. Russia had a 43-30 edge in shots. United States 6 Ontario 2@ Colinn White scored twice as the United States dumped Ontario.dddddddddddd Auston Matthews, Luke Kirwan, Matthew Tkachuk and Jack Roslovic each scored for the U.S. (4-0-0-0), which finished as the only team to stay perfect through the preliminary round. Brett McKenzie and Dylan Strome replied for Ontario (2-1-0-1). Luke Opilka stopped 22 shots for the Americans, while Ontarios Ben Blacker was far busier with 48 saves. Pacific 3 Sweden 1@ Pacific scored two quick goals in the third period to beat Sweden. Adam Musil and Glenn Gawdin each scored in the first 2:14 of the third, while Brad Morrison added another for Pacific (3-1-0-0). Filip Ahl opened the scoring for the Swedes (1-1-1-1). Zach Sawchenko turned aside 25 shots for Pacific, while Swedens Felix Sandstrom made 37 saves. ' ' '