An away course suited Bonner & Prendergast just fine Thursday.
Joe Dougherty shot a two-over-par 37 at Rolling Green Golf Club as the Friars claimed a 216-223 nonleague win over Springfield.
Dylan Williams posted a 38 as the top two scorers made the difference for the Friars (7-1).
Andrew Todaro led Springfield (6-6) with a 42.
In other nonleague action:
Ridley 224, Interboro 268 >> Tommy Loftus carded an even-par 35 at Springfield Country Club, and Devon Tavani and Marc Pecko checked in at 44 each as Ridley (5-6) rolled.
Stone Trainer paced the Bucs with a 40.
In the Catholic League:
Cardinal O’Hara 257, Hallahan 382 >> Greg Manning paced Cardinal O’Hara with a 39, and Luke Savage compiled a 40 for the Lions (10-2, 9-2).
In the Central League:
Lower Merion 205, Penncrest 222 >> Drew Jacobs led the Lions with a 42, but Penncrest (2-8, 2-6) couldn’t keep up with the Aces’ top scorers, with Will Horn posting a 35 and Alex Golland a 36
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