Just beating last Monday’s fierce rainstorm that forced the postponement of several other matches, the Cicero-North Syracuse girls golf team got into the win column at Northern Pines, pulling away to beat West Genesee 186-211.
Morgan Siechen won the individual title with a nine-hole score of 41, two shots better than Abby Ainsworth’s 43 and both ahead of the 45 posted by the Wildcats’ Mikaela Riley. Further help came from Amy Krohl and Lexi Miller, both of whom shot 51.
Another victory followed on Thursday, with C-NS pulling away from Baldwinsville 195-225. Ainsworth battled through the rain and, with a 45, won the individual race by four shots over Emilee Solak, who tied the Bees’ Emma Brushingham for second.
Also stepping up with their best rounds of the season for the Northstars, Molly Shaughnessy posted a 50, while Nicole Kilian shot a 51. They each beat the 57 posted by B’ville’s Colleen Vredenburg.
Liverpool was back on the course Tuesday, dealing with unbeaten CNY Counties League leader Fayetteville-Manlius, and despite Mia Avotins posting the best individual score of 41 at Green Lakes, the Warriors fell to the Hornets 185-207.
Natalya Avotins helped her sister by shooting a 46, but that trailed F-M’s top two golfers, Maggie Bonomo (43) and Madison Kingsley (45), and matched that of the Hornets’ Bailey Wallace. Meanwhile, Mia Latifagic had a 57 and Hannah Dombroski had a 63, behind F-M’s Justine Burness and Grace Perry, who both shot 51.
Then the Warriors took its turn with West Genesee on Thursday and prevailed, 187-229, over the Wildcats at Liverpool Country Club, where Mia Avotins again played a strong round, shooting a 37 as Natalya Avotins got a 40.
Both of the Avotins sisters were ahead of Riley, who paced WG with a 48, and further help came from Latifagic, who improved to a 51, and Aliah Debejian, who shot a 59.