Falcons complete unbeaten American Div. season


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GOSHEN — It was Clinton-Massie’s day in the final 18 hole round of the SBAAC American Division.

The Falcons held an almost insurmountable lead going in to the tournament but made no mistake they were the cream of the crop in 2022.

Led by co-medalists Andy Steed and Owen Goodwin, the Falcons won the tournament and season championship with Steed earning player of the year honors and Goodwin finishing as runnerup.

For good measure, Logan Miller also was a first-team all-league player for Clinton-Massie.

Wilmington had two first teamers – Dylan Cole and Devon Snyder.

Connor Stulz of Massie along with Tommy Halloran and Braydon Black of Wilmington were second-team all-league golfers.

On Wednesday, the Falcons had a 313 team total with New Richmond second at 327 and Wilmington third at 337. The win here completes an unbeaten league season for Clinton-Massie.

“I was happy to accomplish one goal by going undefeated in the league,” CM coach Phil Larrick said. “I was pleased to see the guys fight through a slow start and finish strong. We need to continue to improve to get where we need to be.”

Individually, Steed and Goodwin both came in with 76s. Steed had 262 for the season while Goodwin was at 279. Both players are sophomores.

Cole had an 82 for the Hurricane while Halloran carded an 83.

SUMMARY

Sept 14, 2022

SBAAC Boys Golf

American Division

@Eagles Nest Golf Club

TEAMS

Clinton-Massie 313 New Richmond 327 Wilmington 337 Batavia 378 Western Brown 418 Goshen 433

INDIVIDUALS

Batavia: Isaac Bell 93, Kian Butler 97, Logan Brose 107, Brayden Schmittou 91, Ryan Brose 97, Logan Roller 102

New Richmond: Spencer Ast 78, Nick Stoffel 86, Caleb Stephen 77, Carson Kuhlman 86, Brady Merz 92, Zach Dalton 92

Clinton-Massie: Connor Stulz 77, Andy Steed 76, Owen Goodwin 76, Logan Miller 84, Evan Davidson 89, Cam Morgan 100

Western Brown: Kaden Patten 92, Dylan Helton 109, Logan Maham 110, Luke Bronson 110, Zane Terwilliger 123, Levi Holden 107

Goshen: Kaydin Hahn 104, Cohen Hamann 106, Carson Sizemore 120, Cohen Sizemore 120, AJ Cameron 105, Nate Foster 118

Wilmington: Dylan Cole 82, Devon Snyder 87, Tommy Halloran 83, Braydon Black 89, Phil Fulton 85, Landon Mellinger 95

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