Windjammers shoot to 2-0, Mariners, Panthers fall on linksCamden Hills continues to fire low numbers to start campaign
A mixed bag of results on the links Tuesday, Sept. 3 saw one Midcoast high school golf team remain unbeaten, one squad suffer its first loss and another remain winless early on in the regular season.
Camden Hills made quick work of Morse of Bath in a road match, while Oceanside fell to Brunswick and Medomak Valley was downed by Lincoln Academy of Newcastle.
The following is a recap of those three matches:
Camden Hills 157, Morse 219
At par-35 Bath Country Club Sept. 3, the Windjammers (2-0) secured its second win in two matches, besting the host Shipbuilders.
Camden Hills' individual scores were: Drew Long 36, Daulton Wickenden 37, Jared Garske 52, Julian Starbird 39, Drew Holt 46, Connor Russell 48, Oliver Bianchi 49 and Austin Pohlman 48.
Morse individual scores were: Wes McKenna 54, Clayton Henin 64, Evan Parsons 54, Pat McKenna 53, Andrew LaCavera 58, Colin Bradford 62 and Noah Footer 63.
Long was the medalist with a 1-over par 36 for nine holes. Camden Hills won with a four-golfer stroke total of 157, while Morse had 219.
Brunswick 174, Oceanside 186
At Brunswick Golf Club Sept. 3, the Mariners (0-2) were tamed by the host Dragons, dropping their second straight match.
Oceanside's individual scores were: Nick Mazurek 43, Reilly Flanagan 43, Ryan Lawrence 60, Nate Hersom 51, Zach Bernard 56 and Griffin Lombardo 49.
Brunswick's individual scores were: Derek Deveraux 42, Ben Lord 40, Cam Heatley 45, John Parker 47, Andy Auclair 62 and Henry Martinson 66.
Lord was the medalist with 40 for nine holes. The Dragons had a four-golfer stroke total of 174 compared to 186 for the Mariners.
Lincoln Academy 188, Medomak Valley 220
At par-34 Rockland Golf Club Sept. 3, the Panthers (1-1) could not keep up with the talented Eagles and dropped their first match of the season.
Medomak Valley's individual scores were: Adam Wilcox (46), Aaron Smeltzer (46), Tyler Emerson (51) and Cam Allaire (67)
Lincoln Academy's individual scores were: Seward Matel (39), Bailey Plourde (46), Austin Armstrong (48), John Potter (55), Liam Brinkler (46) and Sam Zaidi (44).
Matel was the medalist with 39 for nine holes. The Eagles compiled a four-golfer stroke total of 188 compared to 220 for the Panthers.