9:54 PM EDT, September 12, 2012
The undefeated Bel Air golf team had its toughest match of the season so far on Wednesday, as the Bobcats beat C. Milton Wright by six strokes Wednesday, 221-226, at the Maryland Golf and Country Club.
Patterson Mill took third place at the three-way matchup, carding a 252.
Prior to Wednesday's loss, C. Milton Wright was unbeaten.
Bel Air's low scorer was Matt Hottman, who carded a 42. Sam Foss came in with a 43, while fellow Bobcat Nick Loiodice and Tyler Newton each scored a 45. Nick Rynes was close behind with a nine-hole score of 46.
CMW's Ricky Sheeler shot a 43, while Josh Cobo came in with a 44. Ian Moore and Quentin Cummings both carded a 45, while the Mustangs' Jake Labe had a score of 50.
The competition's low scorer was Patterson Mill's Eric Langrehr, who was five strokes ahead of the nearest competitor with a nine-hole score of 37. Jacob Beher came in with a 48, while teammate Matt Dietrich shot a 55. Connor McCloud and C.J. Belsito both posted a 56 for Patterson Mill.
Tech over Elkton, Edgewood
Playing at Ruggles Golf Course at Aberdeen Proving Ground in a Tuesday match, the Harford Tech Cobras carded a team score of 233 to best Elkton and Edgewood.
Elkton took second with a 262, while Edgewood did not post a team score.
All of Harford Tech's golfers finished at 50 strokes or lower, with Noah Davis coming in with a 44 to lead the winning side. Andrew Small carded a 45, while Morgan Artman and Owne Rogers both posted scores of 47. Mason Paradiso scored a 50 in the victory.
Edgewood's Connor Johnson scored a 43.
Aberdeen, Fallston topped by Rising Sun
Aberdeen and Fallston were knocked off at Chesapeake Golf Club in Cecil County Tuesday afternoon by Rising Sun.
Rising Sun won the match with a 201, while Fallston grabbed second with a 230. Aberdeen finished third with a 263.
Leading Fallston was Tommy St. Clair, who carded a 44.
Aberdeen's Bryan Ensor was his team's low scorer, carding a nine-hole score of 44.
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