New Castle News
NEW CASTLE —
Shenango High’s boys golf team continued its strong late-season run yesterday.
The Wildcats placed second out of 27 rain-soaked teams at the Midwestern Athletic Conference championship at Fox Run Golf Course.
Blackhawk won the event with a score of 230. Shenango finished with a 235 to place second. Beaver Falls came in third, while Laurel and Neshannock tied for fourth at 245.
“I was quite pleased,” Shenango coach John Dado said. “There were some bigger schools there like Blackhawk, Central Valley and New Castle. We did pretty well.”
Beaver Falls’ Zach Miller won the individual title with a 72. The ’Cats’ Matt DeAngelo finished fourth overall with a 74. Teammate Lucas Villani shot a 78 to finish in ninth, while Darren Carone had an 83.
“DeAngelo had his driver going well,” Dado said. “He actually bogeyed the last two holes to shoot 74. Overall, he played well.”
Matt Maciarello’s 79 was good for 10th for Neshannock. Matt Cioffi and Max Watters carded an 83 for the Lancers.
Nick Peluso and Shane Wilson paced Laurel with an 80. Ben Armando was next with an 85.
Jacob Jendrysik shot an 87 for Union, which tallied a 263. Cole Gargacz and Joe Rossi both had an 88.
Ryan Dugan’s 80 paced New Castle (268). Nick Malizia had an 88, while Gino Quahliero finished with 100.
Samson Needler carded an 88 for Mohawk (283). Aaron DeSantis had a 97, while Anthony Bartolone added a 98.