C-NS Blue golfers take close defeat to F-M


first_imgThat same Monday, Liverpool had its own match against Baldwinsville, taking a 188-204 defeat to the Bees, but it rebounded on Wednesday afternoon to defeat C-NS’s Green team 195-212.Liverpool would face F-M White on Friday afternoon at Woodcrest, and it proved a high-quality match, with the Warriors leaning on Spencer Baum and Dylan Husted to defeat that other group of Hornets 198-204.Baum and Husted both shot one-under-par 35, with Connor Boland adding a 38 as they each topped the 39s from F-M White’s Anthony Ahn and Luke Weisiger. Then Dante Cassella shot a 42 and Caden Hacker added a 48 to help the Warriors hang on. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Still battling for its place at the top of the SCAC Metro division standings, the Cicero-North Syracuse Blue boys golf team got another opportunity to knock off first-place Fayetteville-Manlius last Friday afternoon at Lakeshore Country Club.On its home course, the Northstars were up to the challenge with a nice scoring balance, and yet it wasn’t quite enough as the Hornets pulled out a 198-201 decision.A day earlier, F-M had taken its first loss of the season 188-191 to Baldwinsville at Timber Banks, and at Lakeshore the match was just as close, including for individual honors. C-NS Blue’s Brian Pellegrino posted a 39 for nine holes, which tied the Hornets’ Andrew Heyman and Mike Millimaci. D.J. Villnave and Jake Nardozza both shot 40, with Darin Townsend and Austin Alberici both posting 41.What helped F-M maintain its slim lead was the fact that three golfers – Enzo Abruzzese, Adam Butch and Velton Perry – each shot their own rounds of 40.Earlier in the week, C-NS Blue had beaten F-M’s White team 205-223. Nardozza led with a 39, while Villnave and Townsend both posted 41. Alberici and Pellegrino had matching totals of 43. Tags: Boys golfC-NSliverpoollast_img

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