continued And that was where F-M pulled in front. Behind Thomas, the Hornets saw Mike Lee and Nick Santoro both shoot 78, while Ryan Keller and Kyle Gilroy produced rounds of 79, which put them on top by that slim margin.
Still, Nizamis, Pelcher, Monaco and Pitcher all advanced to the Section III qualifier, which does not take place until late May at Colgate University's Seven Oaks course in Hamilton.
The Bees clinched that league title against West Genesee at Timber Banks last Monday afternoon as a hot round from Nizamis, plus ample support from his teammate, helped the Bees fight off the Wildcats.
Nizamis, sharp and confident from the moment he teed off, covered nine holes in 34 shots, two under par. That proved five shots better than Stanistreet, who led WG with aa 39.
Monaco, who shot a 38, also beat Stanistreet, and the rest of the B’ville players were solid, too, as Pelcher shot a 41, with Griffin Bruce and Hunter Cohen-Ciampchini both finished with 45. WG, in defeat, saw Ethan Smith shot a 42, with Stuart Winn (43) and Pat Matkowski (44) close behind.