Westhill golfers stay undefeated, improve to 10-0 – Eagle News Online


With another week of success, the Westhill boys golf team would secure top honors in the Onondaga High School League Liberty division.

Already 7-0 going into last Monday’s clash with Christian Brothers Academy at Drumlins, the Warriors leaned on its deep roster to pull in front and defeat the Brothers 201-206.

Anthony Maglisco’s team-best 38 trailed CBA’s Joe Nicholson (37) by a stroke, while Dan Angelo matched Maglisco with a 38 for the Brothers.

However, the Warriors surged ahead with the next four best totals. Aidan Ryan shot a 39, with Luke Gilmartin getting a 40 as Devin Young and Michael Britt both posted 42.

A day later, Westhill toppled Mexico 220-245 at Camillus Country Club, sweeping the top three individual spots.

Britt put up a 39, three strokes ahead of Maglisco as Young got a 44. Ryan’s 46 tied that of the Tigers’ Ryan Mosher as Gilmartin and Nate Donnelly both shot 49.

Then Westhill made it 10-0 on Thursday by taking out Jordan-Elbridge 191-215 at Millstone, featuring an individual battle where Maglisco’s 35 was two better than the Eagles’ Jeremy Melli, who shot 37.

Young had a 38, one better than Gilmartin and Ryan, with Kyle MacCaull adding a 40. on J-E’s side, Colin Jewsbury shot 42, while Jacob Lawless and Wade Brunelle both finished at 44 and Caleb DeCola had a 48.

Before this, J-E fell 219-244 to Mexico last Monday at Millstone, even though Melli’s 41 was one better than the Tigers duo of Lyle Trimble and Hunter Hall. Jewsbury shot a 44 and Brunelle added a 45, but no other Eagles golfer broke 50.

But the Eagles handled Phoenix 238-303 a day later at Beaver Meadows, Melli easily finishing on top thanks to his 40. Lawless had a 47, one better than Jewsbury’s 48, with DeCola adding a 51 and Brunelle getting a 52.

Skaneateles was 4-0 going into the week, and then made it five in a row last Monday at Vesper Hills, handling the Tully Black Knights 192-208.

Tynan Jones, with a 35, was two better than Tully’s Lane Edinger. Tyson DiRubbo (38) and Drew Henderson (39) also broke 40, with Charlie Major and Shawn Luce finishing on that number.

West Genesee had both of its golf teams meet each other last Tuesday at Westvale, with the Gold side winning 188-222 over the Blue side.

Peyton Mullane’s 35 beat out a trio of 38s from Max Lauricella, Dylan Pettinelli and Cameron Hovater. Ryan McLane finished with a 39 as Owen Zoanetti had a 40. Liam O’Connor, Cody Sigourney-Steckel and Tyler Anastasio each shot 41.

Of greater importance was Thursday’s match between WG Gold and Fayetteville-Manlius at Westvale, and the Wildcats played well in cold, windy conditions, yet still lost 192-198 to the Hornets.

McLane and Ryan Till tied F-M’s Matt LaCombe for low individual round as they all shot 37. But four other Hornets shot 40 or lower ahead of Zoanetti’s 41 and Pettinelli’s 42.

WG Blue lost 208-222 to F-M White last Monday at Woodcrest. Ben Glass shot a 44, with Jason Clifton and Ashton Fassinger each earning 46 as August Larons and Isaac Frechette each put up 40 to pace the Hornets.

On Friday at Westvale, WG Blue tied Liverpool 217-217, led by Clifton and Anthony Pirro, who each shot 42, just behind the Warriors’ Kaeden Hacker (40) and Joe Sacco (41). The Wildcats caught up with 44s from Glass and Fassinger, plus a 45 from Max DeMass.

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