Playing a dual match at Mountain Branch Golf Course Thursday, Fallston was a winner, shooting a team total of 223 to beat Harford Tech and its 274.
Will Creery, who shot a 35 at the course two days earlier, shot 37 to lead the Cougars. Zach Barkhorn fired a 45, while others rounding out the Fallston score were Sophia Fellner, 46; Michael Corona, 47; and Jack Emmett, 48.
Connor Gallery and Tim Kaczkowski both shot 51 to lead the Cobras. Other players were Jake Martin, 56; Max DeLuca, 57; and Luke DeBraccio, 59.
North Harford was also a dual match winner Thursday at Chesapeake Bay Golf Course-Rising Sun. The Hawks shot 216 to beat North East’s 252.
Jake Nemeth was best on the day, shooting 37 and Zach Wilcox added a round of 43. Also, for the Hawks were Jake Gay, 44; Wyatt Biensach, 45; and Chris Taylor, 47.
Huskies win quad match
At Furnace Bay Golf Course in Perryville, Patterson Mill shot 203 to beat three other teams. Rising Sun was second with 260, followed by Perryville, 268, and Tome, 299.
Mitchell Walz led the Huskies with 38 and Tyler Jessup added a round of 39. Michael Montgomery and Paula Moon each shot 41 and Sam Sapp shot 44.
Ben Graybeal and Chuckie Martin each shot 48 to pace Rising Sun and Nic Brammer added a 49. The Tigers other players were Teagen Strauss, 57, and Kadin Snyder, 58.
Matt O’Neil carded a 43 to lead Perryville. The Panthers other players were Teno Christofano, 53; Ronnie Kidd, 54; Jake Tabor, 58; and Dylan Whitney, 60.
Tome players were Nate Pierce, 55; Loch Williams, 57; Mark LaPresto, 60; Connor Lewandowski, 63; and Kylie Hobbs, 64.
In a three team match at APG-Edgewood Area Exton Golf Course, C. Milton Wright was the only team to have a full team.
CMW‘s five person score was 229. Players were Michael Cummings, 43; Nick Dibelka, 43; Connor Fantom, 45; Nicole Butterworth, 45; and Alexander Hilber, 53, in his freshman debut.
Elkton had just one player, Cadan Harttan, who shot 46. Edgewood had two players; Bradley Niles shot 49 and Will Hunter shot 54.
“Course was a bit soggy and the recent rains made the greens a bit slower than they normally are,” Mustangs coach John Evans said.
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