Aberdeen beats Fallston; Nemeth shoots 34 as golfers return to greens

Randy McRoberts
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Golf teams were back in play Tuesday and at Ruggles Golf Course there was another match pitting father against son.

It was late last week when the Fallston Cougars and head coach Steve Mull (dad) beat the Aberdeen Eagles and coach Patrick Mull (son).

Tuesday, however, it was Aberdeen and the son Patrick Mull who claimed victory. The Eagles shot 210 to edge Fallston’s 211. Bel Air was third at 225.

Hunter Schiesser, 38, and Edward Honadel, 39, led the Eagles, while Audrey Moon shot 40. The Eagles other scorers were Ryan Feathers, 42, and Noah Roberts, 51.

Will Creery, 38, and Everett Cox, 39, were low for Fallston. The Cougars other players were Josh Sacker, 44; Zach Barkhorn, 45; and Sophia Fellner, 45.

Josh Stocum and Drew Johnson both shot 43 to lead Bel Air. Ryan Menchen added a 44, while Jared Clelland shot 46 and Sam Kim, a 49.

Hawks beat Huskies, Cobras

Jake Nemeth fired a round of 34 at Geneva Farm Golf Club to lead North Harford to victory.

The Hawks shot 203 to beat Patterson Mill, 226, and Harford Tech, 229.

Derek McManus and Wyatt Biensach each shot 40 for the Hawks, while Jake Gay shot 44 and Sarah Hendrickson, 45.

Michael Montgomery shot 38 to pace the Huskies and Paula Moon shot 40. The Huskies other players were Sam Sepp, 47; Tyler Jessup, 50; and Mitch Walz, 51.

Tech’s Loy Clements shot the low round of the day, a 37, to lead the Cobras. Tech;s other players were Adam Haviland, 44; Brandon Huffman, 45; Tim Kalzkowski, 51; and Drew Erhardt, 52.

Mustangs win

At Maryland Golf And Country Clubs, C. Milton Wright shot 219 to beat Perryville, 254, and Bo Manor, 272.

Individual scores were not provided.

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