Gilboa's Reese Chase posted the lowest score as the Wildcats edged Andes/South Kortright, 193-201, Monday at the College Course at Delhi.

Chase was backed by a 49 from Robert Rion, a 50 from Keith Smith and a 54 from Kara Dumas.

Tyler Hall's 45 paced a young Andes/SK team. Eighth-graders Connor Quarino and Lee Marigliano shot 46 and 54, respectively, while freshman Emerson Commer carded a 56.

"That's a pretty good score for us, especially with so many young kids," Andes/SK coach Dale Cole said. "But Reese Chase is good, one of the top players and will be all year."

Andes/SK visits Windham on Wednesday at 11 a.m.

Jefferson 193, Stamford 208

A much-improved performance from Stamford was not enough to beat Jefferson on Monday at Stamford Golf Course.

Seth Wade led the J-Hawks by winning medalist honors with a three-over 37 on the par-34 flat nine setup.

Evan Staroba followed with a 45, while Lucas Pochily shot 51 and Kurt McMahon carded a 60.

Tyler Tierney paced Stamford with a season-best 40, and James Olson cut 20 strokes off his most recent performance to card a 47. Nathan Lane shot 60, while Michaela Lynch and Darin Mullen both shot 61 to fill the fourth scoring position.

The 208 total was Stamford lowest of the young season by 47 strokes, and qaulified the team for the league championship.

"We had a really good day. We only played five kids but they all did really well," Stamford coach John Kincheloe said. "That's a landmark for us and it's definitely something to build on."

The Indians (0-3) travel to Christman's to take on Windham and Andes/South Kortright on Wednesday at 11 a.m.

Hunter-Tannersville 192, Windham 208

The Hunter-Tannersville trio of Grady Glennon, Kaeden Leach and Erin Briskey each shot a 46 to lead the Wildcats past Windham.

Lyden Smith also finished with a 54 for Hunter-Tannersville.

Peter Branzo paced Windham with a 43 while Charlie Mulholland shot a 48, Jason Hammel had a 56 and Liliana Pranzo shot 61 for the Warriors.

Windham (1-2) travels to Christman's on Wednesday at 11 a.m. to play Stamford and Andes/South Kortright.



Gilboa 193, Andes/South Kortright 201

at Delhi College Course

Par 36, Front 9

Andes/SK (1-2): Tyler Hall 45, Connor Quarino 46, Lee Marigliano 54, Emerson Commer 56.

Gilboa: Reese Chase 40, Robert Rion 49, Keith Smith 50, Kara Dumas 54.

Jefferson 193, Stamford 208

at Stamford GC

Par 34

Stamford (0-3): Tyler Tierney 40, James Olson 47, Nathan Lane 60, Darin Mullen 61, Michaela Lynch 61.

Jefferson: Seth Wade 37, Evan Staroba 45, Lucas Pochily 51, Kurt McMahon 60.

Hunter-Tannersville 192, Windham 208

at Windham CC

Front Nine, par-36

Hunter-Tannersville: Grady Glennon 46, Kaeden Leach 46, Erin Briskey 46, Lyden Smith 54.

Windham (1-2): Peter Pranzo 43, Charlie Mulholland 48, Jason Hammel 56, Liliana Pranzo 61.

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