Tollinger, Diaz medal at UCBAC golf tour­na­ments

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Bo­hemia Manor se­nior Hunter Tollinger and Elk­ton se­nior Ge­n­e­sis Diaz both earned medal­ist hon­ors Tues­day while com­pet­ing in the Ch­e­sa­peake and Susque­hanna Divi­sion cham­pi­onships, re­spec­tively.

Tollinger fired a 41, fin­ish­ing one stroke ahead of Harford Tech’s Josh Kopeck for the top score at the up­per divi­sion tour­na­ment held at Bulle Rock Golf Course in Aberdeen.

“He caught a bad break on the first hole and that led to a dou­ble bo­gey for his start, but then he went on to play the next three holes at only 3-over par,” Ea­gles coach Keven Le­merand said. “What im­pressed me was that on the hard­est course that we play all year, and in con­di­tions that were very dif­fi­cult—prob­a­bly 25 mph winds— and for him to bounce back from that dou­ble bo­gey and play the fi­nal holes like he did, that’s a tes­ta­ment to his men­tal part of his game.

“He didn’t get down, he stayed with it, played it one shot at a time and was able to post a good score.”

In ad­di­tion to Tollinger, Will Smethurst fired a 50, Stephen Le­merand and Ja­cob Cotero both shot 52s and Jeremy Net­tles ended with a 56 to round out the scor­ing for Bo Manor, which placed sixth with 251 points.

Per­ryville, the other Ce­cil County team com­pet­ing in the tour­na­ment, ended in fourth place with 241 points.

Josh El­dreth pro­duced a 45, Matt Man­none added a 46 and Justin El­dreth and Jor­dyn Pol­litt both fired 49s, while Matthew O’Neill recorded a 52 for the Panthers.

Led by Kopeck, the Co­bras placed first with 237 points.

Across the Susque­hanna River, Diaz col­lected fe­male medal­ist hon­ors af­ter fir­ing a 44 dur­ing the Susque­hanna Divi­sion Tour­na­ment at Pa­triot’s Glen Na­tional Golf Club in Elk­ton.

It marked the sec­ond straight sea­son Diaz earned top fe­male hon­ors at the lower divi­sion meet.

“She played well,” Golden Elks coach Seth Grimes said of Diaz. “I was proud of her re­solve through the en­tire round, even when things did not go her way. She kept an even keel and stayed strong to medal again this year.”

Cadan Har­teen and Tyjuan Hall both shot 59s and Nick Greg­son, Brady O’Neill and Ben Darylm­ple all fired 60s to com­plete the scor­ing for Elk­ton, which fin­ished with 282 points.

North East grabbed the top spot among the three par­tic­i­pat­ing Ce­cil County squads, earn­ing third place af­ter shoot­ing a com­bined score of 263.

“Over­all we played de­cent, but not as well as we could have,” North East coach Mark McCoy said. “We strug­gled with course man­age­ment and club se­lec­tion to­day. The course con­di­tions plus a lit­tle wind made it a lit­tle more tricky.”

Luke Ri­ley led the way with a 47 and Zach Bryan added a 49, while Zach Lockard shot a 51 and Kasey Barrow and Abby Pinker­ton both ended with 58s for the In­di­ans.

Rob­bie Stick­ley shot a 57, Trent Moore added a 58 and Ben Gray­beal added a 59, while Chuckie Martin fired a 61 and Troy Boggs ended with a 66 for Ris­ing Sun, which com­pleted a team score of 301.

Sean Pow­ers fired the round’s top score with a 41 for Pat­ter­son Mill, which won the tour­na­ment with a team score of 228.

UCBAC Field Hockey Per­ryville 2, Bo­hemia Manor 0

Claire Hud­son scored and added an ass­sist and fresh­man Na­dia Makach also found the back of the cage, while Krissy McDuff dished out a helper for the Panthers (1-1).

The Ea­gles fall to 0-1 on the sea­son.

UCBAC Boys’ Soc­cer Ris­ing Sun 2, Per­ryville 1

Martin Fer­nan­dez and Jack­son Sopa both scored and added an as­sist for the Tigers (1-0), who re­ceived 10 saves from Christo­pher Orr.

Ryan Berger scored and Trevor Prevost made 23 saves for the Panthers (0-1).

Elk­ton 8, Tri-State Chris­tian 0

Serebe Ka­jube and Jake Bosler each tal­lied a hat trick for the Golden Elks (1-0), while Jonny Er­reguin and Dy­lan Shay both added a goal.

Ryan Rash had 13 saves for the Cru­saders (1-1-1), who had a dozen shots on goal.

UCBAC Vol­ley­ball North East 3, Elk­ton 2

Anna Gam­ble had three kills, four blocks and three aces, Mor­gan Mock recorded seven kills and four aces and Madi­son Stitely added seven kills, while Paige Sch­midt recorded 19 as­sists, four digs and two aces for the In­di­ans (1-0), who re­ceived 11 digs from Loren Deaver.

Mad­die Blick­en­staff and Dei­dra Tay­lor added three and two aces, re­spec­tively for North East, which won sets 2, 4 and 5 by scores of 25-16, 25-18 and 15-7, re­spec­tively.

The Elks (0-1) won the first set, 25-17, and the fourth set, 25-12.

Per­ryville 3, Bo­hemia Manor 1

Gabby Good­now paced Per­ryville (1-0) with 10 kills and 20 digs. Rose Porch handed out 25 as­sists with 10 digs, Hai­ley Jones recorded 20 digs and 10 ser- vice points and Bea Mus­cella had 13 ser­vice points, six kills and 10 digs, while Brooke Reynolds recorded 17 digs and Teri Wen­ner­sten added five kills.

Per­ryville won by set scores of 25-13, 24-26, 25-17 and 25-22.

The Ea­gles fall to 0-1.

Ris­ing Sun 3, Our Lady of Good Coun­sel 0

Bre­anne Ha­ley had 13 kills and five digs, Lace Swartout recorded nine kills, 10 digs and three aces and Macken­zie Blevins handed out 28 as­sists with five digs and four aces, while Breelyn Young added eight digs for the Tigers (1-0), who won by scores of 25-9, 24-13 and 25-14.

Thurs­day UCBAC Girls’ Soc­cer Ris­ing Sun 5, Elk­ton 0

Jil­lian Seay and Jackie Ayers both scored and added an as­sist, while An­na­lia Webb, Rosa Reid and Maura El­burn also scored once for the Tigers (2-0), who re­ceived one as­sist apiece from Madi­son Webb, Kenze Stock­slager and Sawyer Pi­etuszka.

Kira Wat­son earned the shutout in goal for Ris­ing Sun, which led 2-0 at half­time.

The Golden Elks fall to 0-1 over­all.

Bo­hemia Manor 5, Per­ryville 3

Erin Horsey scored twice and added an as­sist, Hanna Clarke scored twice and Maken­zie Stal­lone also found the back of the net for the Ea­gles (1-0), who re­ceived as­sists from Katie O’Hare, Bai­ley Pressler and Hai­ley Hus­felt.

Emily Park made three saves in net dur­ing the vic­tory.

Erin Stiffler scored and added an as­sist and Kate­lyn Brough­man and Mad­die Carr also net­ted goals for the Panthers (0-1).

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