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Mercury Golf Roundup (Sept. 17): Fedun leads OJR by Boyertown

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Owen J. Roberts 200, Boyertown 206 >> Stefania Fedun outshot John Engle for low-score honors Thursday, leading the Wildcats to victory over the Bears in their PAC match at Kimberton G.C.

Sophomore Fedun, the runner-up at last fall’s PAC Girls’ Individual Championships, shot a 36 to Engle’s 37. A three-way tie at 39 evolved between OJR’s Victor Mominey and Erik Harken and Boyertown’s Brandon Staniszewski.

Owen J. Roberts 194, Upper Perkiomen 213 >> Stefania Fedun emerged from a tight lead pack with low-score honors Wednesday, keying the Wildcats’ Pioneer Athletic Conference victory over the Indians.

Fedun shot a three-over-par 37 at Kimberton G.C. to finish ahead of teammate Victor Mominey and UP’s James Weller, both of whom carded 38s. Nick Parr and Will Jaeger followed with 39s, and Jared Berish completed Roberts’ top five with a 41.

Pottsgrove 219, Upper Merion 233 >> Steven Rinda was the runaway low-man Wednesday, turning in the lone sub-40 score as the Falcons handled the Vikings in their PAC match at Westover Golf Course.

Rinda’s nine-hole score of 37 put him well in front of teammate J.R. McMenamin and UM’s Amanda Schuebel, both of whom carded 43s. Wyatt Lear (44), Michael Krueger (46) and Avery Spencer (49) completed a Pottsgrove top-five that shot below 50.

Methacton 193, Spring Ford 196 >> Jason Rieger headed the Warriors’ solid showing against the Rams in Wednesday’s PAC match.

Rieger shot a 34 to claim low-man honors ahead of Spring-Ford’s Joe Niblick (36) and Luke Watson (37). Elliott Meyer checked in with a 38 for Methacton, matching Garrett Wible’s card for the Rams.

Daniel Boone 196, Tulpehocken 261 >> Colton Yenser headed a strong run by the Blazers in Wednesday’s Berks League match with Tulpehocken.

Yenser shot one-over-par with a 46 for 12 holes. Kole Washleski carded a 49, Davis Myer a 50 and Braylon Kuhn a 51 for a winning (10-1) Boone lineup.

Girls Golf

Methacton 171, Perkiomen Valley 187 >> Riley Thomas and Sarah Lawrie provided a solid 1-2 showing for the Methacton girls golf team Thursday.

Thomas and Lawrie turned in sub-40 rounds in leading the Warriors past Perkiomen Valley, 171-187. They were separated by one stroke, Thomas carding a 37 and Lawrie a 38, in a field where the next lowest score was the 45 Abigail McCorkel shot for PV.

Behind McCorkel, the Vikes got a 46 from Sofia Killer and 47 from Tori Bruno. Cerise Walker (47) and Kate Thomas (49) completed Methacton’s Top Four while Olivia Stengel (49) did the same for PV.

Spring-Ford 169, Hatboro-Horsham 210 >> Morgan Kunze, the lone golfer in the field to break 40, led the Rams in their PAC victory over the Hatters Wednesday at Linfield G.C.

Kunze carded a 39 for a Spring-Ford unit that turned in the day’s four lowest scores. Aleena Ghanta followed with a 42 while Cierra Griffith and Alexa McPike notched matching 44s. Riley Thomas and Sarah Lawrie provided a solid 1-2 showing for the Methacton girls golf team Thursday.

Thomas and Lawrie turned in sub-40 rounds in leading the Warriors past Perkiomen Valley, 171-187. They were separated by one stroke, Thomas carding a 37 and Lawrie a 38, in a field where the next lowest score was the 45 Abigail McCorkel shot for PV.

Behind McCorkel, the Vikes got a 46 from Sofia Killer and 47 from Tori Bruno. Cerise Walker (47) and Kate Thomas (49) completed Methacton’s Top Four while Olivia Stengel (49) did the same for PV.

Spring-Ford 169, Hatboro-Horsham 210 >> Morgan Kunze, the lone golfer in the field to break 40, led the Rams in their PAC victory over the Hatters Wednesday at Linfield G.C.

Kunze carded a 39 for a Spring-Ford unit that turned in the day’s four lowest scores. Aleena Ghanta followed with a 42 while Cierra Griffith and Alexa McPike notched matching 44s.

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