Connecticut’s Best High School Golf Performance for Week 2


Sam Ives, New Canaan:
Shot a 1 over par 35 at Country Club in New Canaan to help the Rams defeat Ridgefield 157-187.

Harley Hodge, Danbury:
The senior hit the second hole at Darien Country Club, a 102-yard hole with a 5 iron.

Thomas Ostberg, Darien:
His tied round of 35 at Richter Park Golf Course helped the Blue Wave defeat Danbury 163-215.

Sam O’Hara, Brunswick, and Ben James and Jackson Roman, Hamden Hall:
All three golfers shot 35 at New Haven CC to share the medal laurels. Brunswick edged out Hamden Hall 190-191.

Conner Quinn and Matt Doyle, hand:
Quinn and Doyle shot a 32 and a 35, respectively, on the O’Sullivan Nine at Race Brook CC to help Hand stay undefeated with a 149-156 victory over host Notre Dame-West Haven.

Brett Chodos, Friendship:
Shot 35 at Alling Memorial GC to help Amity defeat Quarry 156-249.

Anna Lemcke, staples:
Shot a 40 at Longshore GC to help the Wreckers defeat Greenwich 190-210.

Jacob Lindsay, Berlin:
Shot 38 at Timberlin GC to help Berlin defeat Xavier 160-183.

Robbie Sluga, Saint-Joseph:
His par 36 at the Smith Richardson GC allowed the Cadets to beat host Fairfield Ludlowe 164-177.

Luke Stennett, Portland:
Shot 36 at the Portland GC to help the Highlanders defeat Coventry 163-185.

AJ DePaolo, Cheshire:
His round of 35 under par at The Farms CC helped Cheshire beat Law 167-205 to remain undefeated.

Jack Wise, Cromwell:
The round of 16 at TPC River Highlands helped the Panthers beat North Branford 183-198.

Will Huntington, Fairfield Prep:
Turned an equal round of 36 to CC of Fairfield to help Prep beat Notre Dame-West Haven 157-181.

Zach Munno, king:
His round of 36 at Sterling Farms GC helped King beat Hopkins 210-232.

Joe morelli


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