The Bears had a strong showing, taking fourth place in the eight-team field with 445, though it was far from Jamesville-DeWitt’s winning total of 373.
Meg Arnold, with an 18-hole score of 96, tied for sixth place among individuals as J-D’s Jung-Hye Kim took top individual honors with an 85, two shots ahead of teammates Victoria Roney and Molly Hair. Carolyn Ledger had a 110, one shot better than Megan Gearity, with Greta Swift at 128, four shots better than Kari Cumber.
Cazenovia only had two individuals enter the league tournament. Danielle Mevec, who shot a 105, finished in ninth place, while Sophie Goris finished with a 126.
Before this, Chittenango improved to 4-4 last Monday, defeating East Syracuse-Minoa 227-235. Arnold continued to play well, posting a 48 at Woodcrest, with help from Gearity, who shot a 50, and Greta Swift, who earned a 61.
Cazenovia went to Tuscarora last Monday and pull away from Marcellus, defeating the Mustangs 209-223. Danielle Mevec, with a 48, led the Lakers as Maggie Carpenter lagged close behind with a 49. Avery Mordaunt led Marcellus with a 52.