J-D, F-M golfers get big early wins

Red Rams start 3-0; Hornets hold off Auburn

Millimaci and Donella both shot 42, one behind Auburn’s top individual, Larissa Carter, which put F-M in front. Then Kenzie Kingsley and Annie Caputo added matching totals of 48 to equal the work of the Maroons’ Alayna Slayton and Maggie Flurschultz, and those four scores of 48 or better made the difference.

CBA, in its opener last Monday against Chittenango, beat the Bears 203-223 at Drumlins. Baumgartner, one of the key returnees for the Brothers, led all individuals with a 46, beating out Mary Burlin, who had a 50. East Syracuse-Minoa started play by going to Skaneateles and falling to the Lakers 236-267.

Right after the J-D loss, the Brothers rebounded at Woodcrest, shooting 196 to again beat Chittenango (221) and also top Skaneateles, who had 207. Baumgartner shot a 45 and had better depth behind her despite the Lakers’ Kelsey Fenner managing a 40.

In boys golf, Manlius-Pebble Hill opened with a 243-311 victory over Cato-Meridian and followed it up by topping Fabius-Pompey 232-284 as Mark Murray shot a 37, helped by Gerrit Church and John Alley (45 each).

Bishop Grimes fell to Port Byron 243-256, this happening even though the Cobras’ Anthony Ruscitto shot a 47 and Steve Adamitis added a 48. A 239-279 defeat to Bishop Ludden followed amid Thursday’s high winds.

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