Central Bucks South golf was too much for Central Bucks West, 191-200, on Thursday. Scores for CB South: Jake Fitts, 36; Kyle Putnam, 37; Daniel Yahr, 38; Evan Bechtel, 39; Jordan Yahr, 41. And for CB West: Tyler Sokolis, 36; Andrew Coleman, 40; Jeff Strasburg, 41; Steve Natto, 41; Michayla Siemion, 42. Also of note: Titans sophomore Connor Moffatt shot a hole in one on a par 3, 176-yard hole.
Pennridge golf won a pair Thursday over visiting Central Bucks East and Abington. The Rams, who are 14-10 overall and 6-3 in conference play, notched a five-player total of 206 (Colton Pifer, 39; Shane McIntyre, 39; Austin Roland, 42; Drew Bachtle, 43; Matt Swartz, 43), while the Patriots finished in 216 (Kyle Kost, 40; Tommy Lewis, 41; Matt DeJonge, 43; Evan Villafranca, 44; Conner Krzaczyk, 48) and the Galloping Ghosts carded a 217.
Pennridge golf put on a clinic Tuesday at William Tennent. The Rams won decisively, 191-230. All five players for Pennridge shot below 40. Matt Swartz fired a round of 39, while Colton Pifer, Pat Stewart, Shane McIntyre and Austin Roland all finished with a 38.
Central Bucks West golf bested five challengers Monday at Pennridge’s home course, Indian Valley Country Club. The match featured squads from the Suburban One League Continental Conference. The Bucks shot a 206. Pennridge (210) was second. Central Bucks South (212) was third, Hatboro-Horsham (216) was fourth, and Quakertown (228) and North Penn (228) tied for fifth. Scores for CB West: Tyler Sokolis (36), Michayla Siemion (40), Andrew Coleman (41), Jeff Strasburg (44), Reid Moncada (45). Pennridge: Pat Stewart (40), Austin Roland (42), Matt Swartz (42), Jesse Herb (43), Drew Bachtle (43). CB South: Evan Bechtel (41), Jake Fitts (41), Daniel Yahr (41), Kyle Putnam (44), Max Schwartz (45). Quakertown: Joe Rochelle (41), Kevin Joyce (43), Cody Sterner (45), Tanner Seislove (47), Calvin Suk (52).
Quakertown golf went down to Pennridge, 210-213, on Wednesday at Fox Hollow Golf Club. Cody Sterner (37), Joe Rochelle (38) and Kevin Joyce (44) led the way for the Panthers.