Roosevelt turns aside Rondout in MHAL meet
Two teams competing in next week’s Mid-Hudson Athletic League golf team championship squared off at Dinsmore Golf Course, with host Roosevelt High holding off Rondout Valley, 155-158.
Two teams competing in next week’s Mid-Hudson Athletic League golf team championship squared off at Dinsmore Golf Course, with host Roosevelt High holding off Rondout Valley, 155158.
Jeff Peters earned medalist honors for the (102) Presidents, shooting an even-par 34, followed by Jake Rand (38), Max LaFalce (41) and Zach Plambeck (42).
Branch Cranfield led the (8-2) Ganders with a 36. Brennan O’Connell and Jeff Shaver shot 40s, while Travis Hornbeck rounded the scoring with a 42.
The team tournament is scheduled for next Thursday at Apple Greens in Highland, with Spackenkill and either Rhinebeck or Millbrook also competing. Marlboro 180, Wallkill 197
At Highland, Will Conti shot a 42 to lead the (9-2) Dukes in the match at Apple Greens.
Cade Cabrera carded a 44, while Charles Benfer and Conner Corrado added 47s in the win.
Kyle Doering led the (39) Panthers with a 43, followed by Brad Betcher (45), Tyrell Fazio (54) and Jacob Tresco (55). Coleman 207, Dover 241
At Kingston, Joe Ferrer earned medalist honors with a 41 at Wiltwyck to lead the (3-7) Statesmen.
Sean Ferry carded a 48 in the win, followed by Jonathan Wright (56) and Evan Banbury (62).
Ryan Leverich and Collin Harding shot 55s for the Dragons, with Annika Gazzoli (64) and Thomas Mayone (67) roudning the scoring. Rhinebeck 183, Ellenville 216
At Red Hook, Ben Rinaldi and Steven Byrum each shot a 45 to lead the Hawks at Red Hook Golf Course
Parker Knoop added a 46 and John Fleming contributed a 47 in win.
Ben Bonitz led the Devils with a 48, followed by John Unverzagt (55), Matt Little (56) and Tyler Cassidy (57). Red Hook 189, Saugerties 204
At Red hook, James Rossetti carded a 42 to lead the (6-5) Raiders.
Jacob Kehr had a 44 in the win, followed by Jacob Morrison (46) and Evan Maurer (57)
Kieran Defino (46), Oliver Menon (50), Jack Smythe (51) and Jack Armstrong (57) carried the (65) Sawyers.