While it’s still early in the high school golf season, every match, whether played in August or late September, counts the same in the race for the league title. That being said, the Panthers of Hoosick Falls have enjoyed the best start to the Wasaren season sporting a perfect 4-0 mark with a win on Thursday over the Fordians of Waterford.
Here’s a closer look at how all the matches played out across the Wasaren.
Hoosick Falls 4.5 Waterford .5: The Falls Ryan Bloomer carded the low round of 38, and the Panthers posted wins in flights 1-4 in action at Fairways of Halfmoon on Thursday.
Matt Smith, Miles Smith and Brady Hathaway all joined Bloomer in the winner’s circle as Hoosick Falls improved to 4-0 on the year.
Greenwich 4 Tamarac 1: In a match played at Frear Park in Troy the Witches swept flights 2-5 to earn the victory over the Bengals of Tamarac.
Reed Boduch, Mason Williamson, Tyler Zeihm and Grant Peck all notched wins for Greenwich, while the Bengals Will Ashley claimed a flight one “W” for Tamarac, firing a 40 to earn medalist honors.
Saratoga Catholic 4 Cambridge 1: Terel Tilman’s low round of 42 led the Saints over Cambridge at the Hoosick Falls Country Club.
Garrett Quinn, Billy Murdick and Jack Constantino posted wins for Spa Catholic, while Jack Toomey claimed the “W” for the Indians in flight two.
Hoosic Valley 5 Stillwater 0: In was all Indians at the Battenkill on Thursday with Oliver Eckler carding a 48 to lead the Valley to the sweep of Stillwater.
Nolan Rafferty, Nick Marpe, Mitchell Jones and Brandon Watkins all handled their business to complete the shutout for Hoosic Valley who moves to 2-2 on the year with the win.
Mechanicville 3 Waterford 2: In a Wednesday match at Fairways of Halfmoon, the Red Raiders claimed wins in flights 1,2, and 4, just enough to post the narrow victory over the Fordians.
Jake Popiel, Anthony Fiacco and Joey Manzer each won for the Raiders with Popiel and Fiacco both carding 45’s to share medalist honors.
The Fordians Jake Houle and Christian Weatherby won their matches to pace Waterford.