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Marriotts Ridge boys golf moves closer to first county title

The Marriotts Ridge boys cleared the final major hurdle on their way to the first county championship in program history Tuesday, defeating Glenelg 99-88 at Cattail Creek Country Club.

Bennett Buch scored 29 points, while Nick Mejia (26 points) and Jackson Courtney (25 points) starred as well, for a Mustangs’ squad that improved to 10-0. Glenelg, which was led by 28 points from Steven Segrist, fell to 8-2 on the season.

While Buch says that Marriotts Ridge understood the importance of the match against the Gladiators, there weren’t a lot of nerves.

“I feel like everyone just kind of knew that if we play like we are capable, we would be fine,” said Buch, who made three birdies and just one bogey during his round. “Every since that Atholton match, when we set the record, it’s kind of taken the pressure off. We’re not thinking about hitting numbers any more, just going out and playing.”

Buch actually got off to a slow start, making a bogey on his first hole. But he steadied the ship and eventually went on to birdie three of his final four holes. As a member at Cattail Creek, he said there was a comfort level coming down the stretch.

“Those last four are the birdie holes,” he said. “I know for me, if I can get through No. 5 at even or one over, then I feel like I can attack and finish the front strong.”

Mejia made two birdies of his own, using that to carry him to his one-over-par score. Courtney didn’t make any birdies, but made just two bogies on his way to his score of two-over par. Michael Dorsch rounded out the team’s scoring with 19 points.

Glenelg, playing on its home course, certainly gave the undefeated Mustangs a run for their money. Putting three guys in the 20s certainly helped the cause, with Young Lee (23 points) and Hayden Mikk (20) playing strong in support of Segrist.

Drew Marcoux rounded out the Gladiators' scoring with 17 points.

Marriotts Ridge finishes up the regular season later this week against Reservoir (6-4), where a victory would not only secure a championship but also wrap-up the program’s first undefeated campaign.

Glenelg finishes up against Mt. Hebron.

Marriotts Ridge 99, Glenelg 88 (Boys)

MR (10-0): Buch 29, Mejia 26, Courtney 25, Dorsch 19.

G (8-2): Segrist 28, Lee 23, Mikk 20, Marcoux 17.

Other scores:


Centennial 78, Wilde Lake 53

C (4-6): McShane 25, Humphrey 21, Hunter 17, Sterenberg 15.

WL (3-7): Boccher 20, Brooks 11, Brady 11, Wilson 11.

Mt. Hebron 68, Hammond 23

MH (3-7): Hardy 23, DuBois 17, Hahm 17, Reiwarts 11.

Ha (0-10): Edwards 11, McDonald 6, Bondurant 4, Mitchell 2.

Howard 65, Reservoir 54

Ho (7-3): Cherry 18, Higgins 17, Crawford 16, Dunnigan 14.

Re (6-4): Dorn 18, Yang 13, Kim 12, Teodori 11.

River Hill 70, Oakland Mills 24

RH (7-3): B. Gold 26, D. Gold 18, Green 16, Brown 10.

OM (1-9): Steplowski 11, Bailey 8, Claxton 4, C. Clyde 1.


Marriotts Ridge 69, Glenelg 38

MR (10-0): Kim 24, Davey 17, Biegel 16, McIlvain 12.

G (7-3): Frost 13, Davis 11, Mistichelli 8, Malik 6.

Centennial 30, Wilde Lake 29

C (4-6): Kuan 10, Wojtanowski 10, Sterenberg 7, Ma 3.

WL (7-3): T. Teachman 11, M. Teachman 8, Iqbal 6, Andres 4.

Mt. Hebron 38, Hammond 14

MH (7-3): Jung 23, Baker 14, Carguilo 1.

Ha (0-10): Pangburn 4, Ginsburg 4, Martin 4, Frekot 2.

Howard 26, Reservoir 15

Ho (4-6): Lurie 12, Fallaria 9, Kelly 5.

Re (3-7): Caporaletti 10, Trivedi 4, Adipudi 1, Rai 1.

Oakland Mills 24, River Hill 16

OM (5-5): Lewis 24.

RH (2-8): Hayward 12, Bello 2, Meena S 2. 

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