Then B’ville made it three victories in as many days on Thursday when it went to Camillus and knocked off West Genesee 186-188.
Barron, with a 36, matched the Wildcats’ Adam Korzeniewski for low individual round. The difference was that Monaco and Pelcher each posted 37, while no other WG player did better than 38, shared by Ethan Smith, Sean Stanistreet, Pat Matkowski and Patrick Ciarla. Plus, Nizamis and Pitcher both shot 38 to maintain that slim B’ville edge.
To cap off this perfect opening week, B’ville gained a huge early-season boost when it defeated Cicero-North Syracuse’s Blue team by a score of 178-184 on Friday at the Northstars’ home course, Beaumont Country Club.
Though C-NS Blue’s Joey Petrin led all individuals with a 33, Monaco and Barron countered with under-par totals of their own as they each shot 34. Nizamis had a 36, with Pitcher and Pelcher earning matching rounds of 37. Nate Hilt (36) and Jon Petrin (37) also had good rounds for C-NS Blue.