In what has become like the sound of a broken record, Bel Air's golf team was at it again Thursday at Winters Run Golf Course.
Bel Air plays, Bel Air wins.
The Bobcats scored 206 to beat Perryville's, 221. Elkton also played but with just three golfers, had no team score.
Tyler Newton was on his game again Thursday, leading all players with a two-under par round of 34. Teammate Nick Loiodice added a 40 and Cody Smith shot 41. Bel Air's other scores were 42 for Sam Tepelides and 49 for Matt McGee.
Tyler Pollitt shot an even par 36 to pace Perryville, while Kyle Ciaccia and DJ Scheckells both shot 45. Austin Davis, 46, and Jonny Eldreth, 49, rounded out the Panthers scoring.
Elkton's scores were Jackson Hill, 51; Alex Rosenthal, 53; and Nick Gregson, 61.
Huskies trip Hawks, Mustangs
At Maryland Golf and Country Clubs on Thursday, Patterson Mill knocked off both North Harford and C. Milton Wright. The Huskies shot 244, while the Hawks and Mustangs each shot 251.
Patterson Mill's Jake Buher shot 43 to lead all players and Brendan Mahoney added a 48. Other Huskie scores were Brett Michaels, 50; Matt Gabor, 51; and Sean Powers, 52.
Ian Moore had the second best score, shooting 46 to pace CMW, while Matt Smith and Carter Poulsen each shot 49. CMW's other scores were Emily Baker, 51, and Shawn Wiersbowski, 56.
North Harford was led by Morgan Wirtz, who shot 48. Josh Nagengast and Luke Johnson each shot 49, while Austin Wilcox shot 51 and Mark Keller shot 54.
Eagles nip Rams
At Exton Golf Course, Aberdeen nipped Edgewood, 219-220, Thursday. Havre de Grace also participated, but with just three golfers didn't record a team score.
Mitchell Hardin of Aberdeen shot 37 for low score honors and David Fulp added a 41. Emily Byers shot 45 and Max Craig, 47. Elizabeth Caudill closed out the Eagles scoring with 49.
Edgewood was led by Connor Johnson's 39. Wyatt Ortman shot 42 and Victor Tusha added a 45. The other Rams scores were Ethan Bowlin, 46, and Evan Shuck, 48.
Havre de Grace's scores were Zack Schulz, 53; Rhys Hockenberry, 57; and Evan Kelly, 60.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun