PERRYVILLE – After a season of Perryville beating most of the Susquehanna Division in golf with ease, county rival Bohemia Manor showed up at the Divisional Championships on Thursday and turned the tables on the Panthers for a four-stroke win at Furnace Bay.
It was clear from the first tee shot all the players were a little rusty after missing close to a week of practice and play thanks to recent rainfall. The Furnace Bay track was also playing significantly longer thanks to the moisture and the scores inflated accordingly.
The last two times the Panthers and Eagles met up on the links, Perryville won by double digits. Led by Braden Paris’ 44 and Colin O’Neal’s 47 Bo Manor grabbed the win.
Perryville’s Andrew Kidd and Paris were both low individual scorers for the boys with their 44’s. Owen Kilduff was third lowest for the boys with a 46.
Aberdeen senior Erica Honadel was lowest for all golfers with a 40. Elkton’s Carly Easterling and Simone Foye finished second and third individually with score of 56 and 59.
Bohemia Manor carded a final team score of 242. Perryville carded a 246. Aberdeen finishe third as a team with a 253.