C-NS, Liverpool, B’ville golfers have local battles

first_imgTough as this defeat was, C-NS Blue rebounded with a tense 202-203 victory over Baldwinsville at Lakeshore where the teams mirrored each other until they reached down to the fifth scores.To lead the Northstars, Sisco had another 38, with Nardozza shooting a 39, D.J. Villnave a 41 and Lawler a 42. The Bees countered with a 38 from Billy Guild, ahead of a 39 from Victor Ianno, a 41 from Anthony Petragnoni and a 42 from Trey Ordway.So the entire outcome hung on the results from the fifth golfers. C-NS Blue’s Ethan Shallcross had a 42, which beat out the 43 from B’ville’s Tyler Glavin.As that went on, C-NS Green lost, 202-211, to F-M’s White team. Costello’s 39 matched the Hornets’ Anthony Ahn for low individual round as Kellogg and Kennedy both shot 42, with Scott and Rumble both posting 44.The cycle of local rivalries continued Friday as B’ville handled Liverpool 183-216 at Timber Banks. Tanner Glenn shot a three-under-par 33 to match Baum, with help from Petragnani (39) and Alex Pompo (40) as Husted had a 38 and Cassella a 38, but no other Warriors golfer broke 50.Before that narrow defeat to C-NS Blue, Baldwinsville rested through the last days of August, but returned to the course last Tuesday against C-NS Green and proved quite impressive, the Bees topping the Northstars 182-201.Glavin, Guild and Alex Pompo each shot 35 at Timber Banks, with Petragnani adding a 38 and Victor Ianno adding a 39.Though unable to keep up with that pace, C-NS Green did see Kennedy and Scott each post 39 to match Ianno’s total. Costello and Kellogg both shot 40 as Rumble added a 43.As this went on, Liverpool broke its skid by beating F-M White 209-253. Baum blazed to a 34 at Liverpool Country Club, well clear of Husted’s 39 as Kirkby added a 41 ahead of Cassella (46) and Brandon Davis (49).Early in the week, Liverpool took on West Genesee at LCC, and despite hosting the match and getting three sub-40 rounds, the Warriors still lost, 206-212, to the Wildcats.Baum managed a 39 here, matched by Boland and Husted. But no other Liverpool player shot lower than Kirkby’s 47 as all five WG scores were 43 or lower, led by a 38 from Kevin McDermott.These teams had a rematch on Thursday at Westvale, and the scores were closer – but the result was the same, Liverpool taking a 194-197 defeat.Husted tore his way to a 32 and Baum shot 34, while Boland had a 37. Then it went all the way down to a 44 from Cassella and a 50 from Kirkby, while WG, far more consistent, had all of its players shoot between 37 and 40, Jake Weaver leading the Wildcats with a 37.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story On Liverpool’s side, Spencer Baum , who won the Drumlins Invitational earlier in the week, shot a 37, one behind teammate Dylan Husted’s 36, with Conner Boland adding a 39. Dante Cassella got a 43 and Kyle Kirkby could only manage a 48.When C-NS Blue returned to action last Tuesday afternoon, it was trying to topple early-season SCAC Metro leader Fayetteville-Manlius, and played well at Woodcrest, yet still lost 184-194 to the Northstars.Jake Nardozza shot a 37, with Ryan Sisco adding a 38. Sam Thompson, with a 39, was just ahead of Sean Lawler and Austin Alberici (40 each), but all five F-M Green golfers shot 38 or lower, led by the 35 from Andrew Heyman. This might be a boys golf season where, at Cicero-North Syracuse, the Green team has as much to brag about as their more experienced counterparts on C-NS Blue.And nothing made this more evident than the Aug. 30 match at Northern Pines, where C-NS Green got a rare victory over Liverpool, these Northstars putting up impressive scores in taking down the Warriors 196-203.Brody Kennedy led C-NS Green with a 38 for nine holes, but close behind him, Cullen Scott and Devin Kellogg each shot 39, while Riley Rumble, Nick Wentworth and Carter Costello maintained that consistency, each posting 40.center_img Tags: BaldwinsvilleBoys golfC-NSliverpoollast_img

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