Tuesday, October 25, 2011
MacKenzie Nelson the lone individual to also advance.
The Lincoln-Sudbury golf team was one of four Division 1 North Sectional teams to advance to the Divisional 1 Boys Fall Golf Tournament after carding a 309 on Monday at Beverly Golf & Tennis Club. For the Warriors, MacKenzie Nelson (75), Ronan Hunt (76), Matt Loomes (79) and John Griffin (79) teamed up to advance to the next round. Nelson's score was also good enough to advance him to the individual tournament. Billerica won the team competition with a score of 291, while Billerica's Jonah Choe (69) won the individual competition. The Division 1 State Boys Fall Golf Tournament is scheduled for Monday, Oct.31 at The International, 159 Ballville Road, Bolton. Shotgun start is slated for 9 a.m.
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Warriors improve to 4-5 on the season.
The young Lincoln-Sudbury golf team is quietly putting together an impressive season, most recently defeating Bedford, 113-88, on Monday. "Our team is really coming together and performing very well," L-S coach Cindy Kraemer told Sudbury Patch. "Great golf and poise out there yesterday. I especially loved all the team support." With the win, the Warriors improved to 4-5 with three matches left in the regular season. During Monday's match, Matt Loomes led the way with 21 points. McKenzie Nelson, Ben Conlon and Ronan Hunt also had impressive efforts with 16 points each. John Griffin also played well for L-S. "John (had a) great comeback," Kraemer said. "I liked the strong finish from 6 to 10 points ... well done."
Thursday, September 15, 2011
Despite a 1-2 start, Cindy Kraemer sees a bright future for the Warriors.
First-year Lincoln-Sudbury golf coach Cindy Kraemer knew before the regular season began things might be tough for the young Warriors squad. But after their first three matches and a 1-2 start, Kraemer isn't fretting. "We're a young team, but we're working hard," she said. "We need to (score) more points." Matches are played using the modified Stableford system. Golfers earn points depending on their score per hole: After starting the season with a 108-88 loss to Acton-Boxborough, the Warriors split a tri-meet earlier this week with Newton South and Concord-Carlisle. C-C won with 110 points, followed by L-S (97) and Newton South (89). McKenzie Nelson and Matt Loomes have led Warriors as the team's top two golfers, averaging close to 38 …
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Ronan Hunt paces the way for Lincoln-Sudbury.
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
The Lincoln-Sudbury golf team finished its 2010 season by carding a 357 on Tuesday in the Division 2 State Championship at Pocasset Golf Club. Ronan Hunt led the way for the Warriors with an 86. Franklin junior Peter French sunk a birdie on the 18th hole to capture the individual title, while Duxbury took home the team title with a 317.
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Victory over Boston Latin secures tournament berth for Warriors.
Lincoln-Sudbury golf coach Greg Gammons set four goals for his team in the preseason. In its last match of the season this afternoon, Lincoln-Sudbury met its final goal with a 64-22 victory over Boston Latin at Nashawtuc Country Club that evened its record and qualified it for the north sectional tournament. "It was outstanding for this team to do," said Gammons. "The mind set of being aggressive on the putting green and trying to sink putts is something I think they did." L-S seniors Peter Kraemer (20 points) and Garret Bonney (12) led the match in scoring. Both seniors were happy to finish their final regular-season match off strong. "It was cool being a senior on the team, because you are sort of a leader," said Bonney. "All the …
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Kraemer, Small play well in defeat for Warriors.
Heavy rain meant low scores for Lincoln-Sudbury golf team on Tuesday. Playing in a consistent and heavy downpour, the Warriors fell to Westford Academy 71-68 at Nashawtuc Country Club in Concord. "With the rain and conditions, it was a tough day today," said L-S head golf coach Greg Gammons. "Good competitive athletes find a way to score when things are not ideal. We were not able to do that today and they were." The Warriors were led by senior captain Peter Kraemer, who topped all golfers with 14 points, using the Stableford scoring system. The senior started off strong with a par on the par-5 first hole and was steady throughout the match. "The rain helps me concentrate on each hole more than usual," said Kraemer. "I really did not play …
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Five Lincoln-Sudbury players scored more than 10 points in 91-83 victory over Waltham.
Five double-digit scores were key for the Lincoln-Sudbury golf team Thursday afternoon. The Warriors had five players with more than 10 points in their 91-83 victory over Waltham at Nashawtuc Country Club. "We did not play quite to our potential, but in the end we got the result we wanted," said L-S coach Greg Gammons. "I am not so concerned with wins and loses as I am having these guys play to their potential and feel good about how they have done." Waltham's Chris Rollins led the overall scoring with 19 points. L-S senior Garret Bonney and sophomores Benjamin Conlon and Graham Small all scored 15 points. The Stableford Scoring System was used in the match. "We have had individual players play well, but we have not showed up as a team, …