County golf teams get in last swings as postseason set to begin

Randy McRoberts
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Harford County golf teams closed out the regular season part of the schedule Thursday with match action in and out of the county.

All county teams will now turn attention to the Harford County Golf Tournament, set for Tuesday at Geneva Farm Golf Club in Street. Play begins at 11 a.m.

For those players and teams who qualified, the season will continue into the next week with the Maryland State Golf Tournament.

In play Thursday at Maryland Golf and Country Clubs, C. Milton Wright scored 219 to easily defeat Perryville, 247, and Rising Sun, 283.

Mitch Weaver shot the low round of the day, a 41, to lead the Mustangs. Ethan Hauer was a couple of strokes back at 43 and Talen Lurz shot 44.

The Mustangs other players were Alex Mattes, 45, and Michael Cummings, 46.

Matt Mannone shot 43 to lead Perryville and Matthew O’Neill shot 46.

Ben Graybeal shot 53 to lead Rising Sun.

“Drizzly and chilly conditions, match season is now complete,” CMW coach John Evans said. “ Counties on Tuesday at Geneva, states at University of Maryland, October 23, 24 and 25. We are looking forward to the challenges that lay ahead for us this season.”

Cougars beat Cobras

In a dual match at Exton Golf Course in Edgewood Area of APG, Fallston and Harford Tech played a good match with the Cougars shooting 201 to Tech’s 207.

Leading Fallston was William Creery, who shot a three-under par round of 32. Everett Cox was two-over par at 37. The Cougars other players were Zach Barkhorn, 42; Marshall Steffes, 44; and Sophia Fellner, 46.

Adam Haviland fired a 37 to lead the Cobras and Brandon Huffman stayed under 40 with a 39. Tech’s other players were Loy Clements, 41; Adam Flenner, 43; and Tim Kalzkowski, 47.

Eagles win

Aberdeen was a winner in Delaware, shooting 218 to beat host Bo Manor, 241, at Back Creek Golf Course in Middletown.

Audrey Moon continued her solid play, shooting 37, to pace the Eagles. Ryan Feathers added a 41 and Hunter Schiesser a 43. The other Eagles were Edward Honadel, 47, and Noah Roberts, 50.

Will Smethurst led Bo Manor with 45.

Edgewood also participated, but with just one player, no team scoring. The player, Bennett Schmiegel, shot 62.

Hawks beat Indians

At Geneva Farm, North Harford was an easy winner over North East. The Hawks shot 204 to the Indians 259.

Jake Nemeth led the Hawks with 37 and teammate Austin Bach shot 38. The other Hawks scoring were Sarah Hendrickson, 42; Derek McManus, 43; and Wyatt Biensach and Jake Gay both shot 44.

Zack Lockard led North East, shooting 42.

Huskies beat Bobcats, Elks

At Patriots Glen Golf Course in Elkton, Patterson Mill shot 220 to beat Bel Air, 229.

Since Elkton has just three players, a three-player score total was also figured and Patterson Mill won that, too.

The Huskies shot 127 to Bel Air’s 132 and Elkton’s 166.

Patterson Mill’s three players were Tyler Jessup, 41; Michael Montgomery, 43; and Paula Moon, 43.

Bel Air’s top three players were Jared Clelland, 43; Drew Johnson, 43; and Josh Stoccum, 46.

Elkton’s three players were Cadan Hortten, 53; Ben Dalyrmple, 56; and Charles Campbell, 57.

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