Hair, Donella, Roney qualify for state golf tournament

F-M girls second to Auburn; J-D wins Class B title

— As for J-D, it had a team score of 373, third overall and tops on the Class B side as Cazenovia, with 410, took second place.

Jung-Hye Kim, a large part of the Red Rams' undefeated run through the Onondaga High School League this spring, tailed off a bit, finishing with a 91. Alanna Jones finished at 101 and Chelsea Clark had a 113, while Jessica Rieger finished with a round of 115 and Sarah Phillips had 129.

CBA finished fifth out of seven Class A entries with a team score of 409. Ellie Baumgartner led the Brothers, posting a 93, while Mary Frances Ierlan finished with a 94.

Lis Kip shot a 109, as Mary Fletcher (111) was close behind. Grace Holstein had a 112 and Aja Young posted a 113. East Syracuse-Minoa's lone golfer in the field, Jessica Fralix, tied Young with 113.

Auburn's title included a 1-2 effort from Larissa Carter, who shot a 75 to win the individual championship, and seventh-grader Lindsay May, who dazzled with a 76. Kaitln Hlywa added an 86, tying Donella for fifth place.

As a result of that victory, Carter will head to Drumlins East on July 26-28 to compete in the Symetra Tour's Credit Union Classic. Two Symetra Tour professionals, Natalie Sheary and Calle Nielson, were on hand to congratulate Carter and the rest of the girls that took part in the sectional tournament.

Just a day earlier, the girls golfers that didn’t make it to the main sectional event held their own ‘B’ tournament at Butternut Creek. F-M’s Green side won with 161, while the F-M White team posted 178. J-D’s Red team was third with 196, with J-D White fourth as it shot 244.

Individually, F-M Green’s Paige Freyer shot a 38, one behind the individual champion, Cicero-North Syracuse’s Kenley Delbiondi. Maggie Bonomo (40), Caroline Gaglione (41), Emily Brunette (42), Erin Egnaczak (43), Sarah Shaheen and Molly Bushnell (45) rounded out the roster.

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