Fredonia competes in golf state qualifier
OBSERVER Staff Report
NORTH TONAWANDA — Fredonia traveled to Tan Tara Golf Club to compete for the state qualifier along with Jamestown and nine other schools.
They played 18 holes set at a par 72.
The medalist on the day was Medina freshman Melanie Green, who shot an impressive round of 76.
Clarence’s Alexis Kim was the runner-up shooting 79, making this the fifth state tournament in a row she has qualified for.
Ashley Holt held the low score for Fredonia at 104. She achieved her goal of shooting under 105 for the day, but was only two bad holes away from shooting under 100 and making second-alternate for states.
Fredonia sent four players, including Holt, to the qualifier. Caroline Cameron finished at 120; Hannah Christy a 137 and Mackenzie Markham finished the season with a 148.
‘I was real pleased,” Fredonia coach Alex Conti said. “Caroline (Cameron), she’s only broke 60 once this season and she shot 58-62 today. Mackenzie (Markham) was disappointed because she’s been our second or third best all season long…but any golfer knows that if your not hitting your iron very well, you’re going to struggle.
“But their back (next season),” Conti continued. “All four of them are back. They’re excited and ready to have fun, and I’m excited for what we have going forward. We’re pretty excited about next year and the years to come.”
Forestville 33.5, Sherman 20.5
Forestville 27.5, Chautauqua Lake/Westfield 27.5
Silver Creek 32.5, Sherman 21.5
CHAUTAUQUA — The Forestville Hornets golf team picked up a pair of wins Wednesday at Chautauqua Golf Club’s Par 35 course.
Forestville picked up wins over the Sherman Wildcats, 33.5-20.5, and won a tiebreaker over Chautauqua Lake/Westfield after being tied at 27.5 apiece.
Forestville’s Lewis Markham and Brock Ricketts, along with Chautauqua Lake’s Joey Parker earned medalist honors after each shot a 41.
Also scoring points for Forestville was Phil Narraway (47), Hector West (52) and Troy Torsell (55).
Following Parker was Chautauqua Lake/Westfield’s Kole Maytum (44), Darien Swanson (45), Derek Martin (47) and Justin Weimer (65).
Sherman was Kyle Carpenter with a 49, followed by Dylan Wagner (51), Chance Meeder (52) and Heath Reed (54).
Silver Creek picked up a 32.5-21.5 victory over Sherman while losing a close, 29.5-25.5 match to Chautauqua Lake/Westfield.
Silver Creek was led by Connor Daniels’ 43. Also scoring points for the Black Knights were Zack Rybak (44), Kenny Pisa (50), Andrew Hill (51) and Chris Pagano (61).