Apr 17, 2011 Phil Blackwell Uncategorized
A long run of success has the Skaneateles boys golf team confident that it can again tear through the OHSL Liberty division this spring.
To start with, the Lakers dealt with warm, windy conditions in last Monday’s home match against Cazenovia, taking out that other group of Lakers 218-243.
Over nine holes at Skaneateles Country Club, Jeff Baldetti managed a 40, two shots ahead of Eric Edmunds, while Justin Sisson contributed a 44. Cazenovia’s top two players, Trevor Gatzke and Gus Whitaker, each shot 46.
A day later at SCC, the Lakers exploited calmer conditions to improve its overall team score and beat Jordan-Elbridge 209-248 to improve to 2-0.
Baldetti this time matched par, shooting 35, two shots better than Sisson, while Edmunds had his second consecutive 44 and Matt Lee stepped up to shoot 45.
In its opener, the Skaneateles girls golf team shot 230 to beat Marcellus (241), but take second to Westhill, who won with 219. The Lakers’ Kelsey Fenner shot a 47, beaten only by the Warriors’ Nicole Deming, who posted a 44.
Then the Lakers beat East Syracuse-Minoa 268-284 at SCC, helped by the fact that Fenner shot a 52 and Sam Bently, who posted a 56, finished close behind.