SCOREBOARD WATCHING: BOYS GOLF
In the end, he was right there.
Glenbrook South’s Jack Grier overcame a tough start and just missed earning all-state honors at the Class 3A state golf tournament at The Den at Fox Creek Golf Course in Bloomington on Oct. 13-14.
The senior, who shot a 42 on the front nine of round one, eventually found his rhythm.
In Saturday’s second round, Grier coupled a 34 with a 36. That 70 score nearly push him into the top 10. Instead, he ended up sharing 14th place (149) with three other players.
Grier had six birdies to go along with nine birdies on Day Two.
Jackson Bussell of Stevenson was the medalist (141).
The team champion was Hinsdale Central, which edged runner-up Lake Forest by two strokes 593-595. It was the sixth straight title for the Red Devils.
— Peter Radler turned in a stellar effort for the Ramblers. The junior ended up with a 147 to earn all-state honors. He shot a 74 (37-37) on Day One and a 73 (34-39) on Day Two.
Senior Chip Savarie capped his high school career by carding a 36-hole total of 151, tying him for 26th place.
As a team, the Ramblers got off to a great start (2nd place after Day One) but wound up placing fifth (608).
LA’s other scorers were junior Jack Crawshaw (154) and senior Ben Scherman (156).
— Sparked by the trio of Joey Harrigan, Bradley Goldstein and Max Golding, Highland Park made a run for a state trophy. The Giants shot a 605 for fourth place, a mere three strokes behind third-place Stevenson.
Harrigan, Goldstein and Golding shot 150s to share 18th place with five other players.
Senior Charlie Ezgur, who shot an eagle in Round Two, ended up with the team’s fourth score: 155.
— A strong finish made things interesting for New Trier.
The Trevians, who were sitting in ninth place after the first round, rallied to shoot a 300 on Day Two to end up sixth overall (613).
Senior Michael Tanaka came up with the team’s top finish (152, tied for 32nd).
Sophomore Daniel Tanaka shot a 153, while NT’s other scorers were seniors Will Nummy (154) and Max Weber (157). Senior Bennett Huber had a 158, while sophomore Brian Joseph added a 159.
Notable: Can you say, dynasty? Hinsdale Central now has won six straight Class 3A state titles. The future? That also looks pretty good for the Red Devils. Their top four finishers — junior Mac McClear (145, tied for 5th), junior Josh Lundmark (147, tied for 8th), sophomore Stewart Leigh (150, tied for 18th) and junior Gabe Larson (154, tied for 39th) — figure to return next season.
When the bespectacled — and very stoic — Scott Frevert heard that familiar sound of the ball dropping into the cup, he couldn’t help himself.
Frevert sank a three-foot putt for par on the 18th hole at Bittersweet Golf Course to seal a win for Lake Forest at the Class 3A Warren Sectional on Oct. 9. Every shot counted as the Scouts (296) needed a fifth-score tiebreaker to edge Stevenson. Highland Park also advanced to the IHSA state meet with a third-place score of 298.
“I knew the situation before I teed off [on 18],” said Frevert, who shot a 35 on the back nine to end up with a team-best 73 (5th place).
“He’s a gamer,” Lake Forest coach Jim Matheson said. “He’s a smart kid. He’s been around golf for a long time. He knew [what was on the line].”
Frevert, a senior, put himself in ideal position for par on 18 with a well-placed chip shot.
“He got it just right,” said Matheson.
Frevert was even more impressed with the way his fellow teammates rallied after putting together a so-so front nine.
“Having three guys shoot under par in the back nine is huge,” said Frevert, referring to himself, junior Danny Fisher (40-34–74) and senior Jed Thomas (40-35–75). “You can never say you’re out of it.”
“We talk a lot about playing well on the back nine,” said Matheson. “It’s what separates everybody.”
Connor Polender was Mr. Consistent in the LF lineup. He shot a 37 on the front nine and backed that up with another 37 on the final nine holes to share sixth place with Fisher and Stevenson freshman Conan Pan.
“He was steady all day,” said Matheson.
“Connor plays this course well,” the coach added. “He won the Warren Invite here earlier this year with a 70.”
And don’t forget this guy? Senior Michael Seaman put the Scouts over the top by carding an 80 (38-42). Stevenson’s fifth score was turned in by junior Alexander Kim (81).
Meanwhile, Highland Park advanced to this weekend’s state meet at The Den at Fox Creek Golf Course in Bloomington in comfortable fashion. The Giants, who were led by junior Max Golding, finished 19 strokes better than fourth-place Mundelein and 22 strokes better than fifth-place Carmel.
Golding shot a 71 to place third, two shots behind medalist Garrett Tighe of Jacobs and runner-up Jackson Bussell of Stevenson. He solved this difficult course by shooting a 35 on the front nine and a 36 on the back nine.
“Max is gritty,” said Highland Park coach Scott Leibfried. “He’s a grinder.”
In addition to Golding, the Giants had four other players shoot 78 or better. Seniors Joey Harrigan and Josh Zoldan came in with 75s to share ninth place with LF’s Jed Thomas, Fremd’s Colin Robinson and Mundelein’s Christian Loar.
Junior Bradley Goldstein put a 77 on his scorecard, while senior Charlie Ezgur recorded a 78.
“Five guys in the 70s. I’m very pleased with that,” Leibfried said.
“Depth is our strength,” he added.
The Giants will be making a return trip to the state meet. Last year, they took third at the Machesney Park Harlem Sectional, edging out Lake Forest with the fifth-score tiebreaker.
“I really feel like we’re on a mission,” said Leibfried, who saw the Giants place eighth at the 2016 state tourney.
New Trier Sectional
— Some newspapers and local websites — this one included — have been writing his name wrong all season.
The “c” in his last name mistakenly has been left out.
It’s Scherman. Not Sherman.
Well, the kid deserves to have it written correctly. Especially now.
Ben Scherman did “A” level work at the Class 3A New Trier Sectional at the Winnetka Golf Course on Oct. 9. The Loyola Academy senior was the medalist with a 71.
Teammate Chip Savarie also shot a 71, but the senior settled for runner-up honors after losing a playoff to Scherman.
That duo was instrumental in helping Loyola win the team title with a 291, three strokes better than the host Trevians.
LA’s other scorers were junior Ryan Savarie (73) and senior John Kryscio (76). Juniors Jack Crawshaw and Peter Radler added 77s.
New Trier definitely had an impressive outing. Six Trevians shot 78 or better.
Senior Will Nummy, senior Max Weber and sophomore Brian Joseph shot 73s to share third place with Ryan Savarie.
Senior Bennett Huber and sophomore Daniel Tanaka came in with 75s, while senior Michael Tanaka added a 78.
Glenbrook North and Glenbrook South also will send representatives to the IHSA state meet in Bloomington this weekend.
GBN junior Max Kogen advanced with a 76, while teammate Max Plasota, a junior, qualified with a 77.
GBS senior Jack Grier made the cut by shooting a 76.
LOYOLA ACADEMY REGIONAL
Add another W to his name.
Loyola Academy’s Jack Crawshaw came up with a winning performance at the Class 3A Loyola Academy Regional at Glencoe Golf Club on Oct. 3. The junior earned medalist honors (74) and helped the Ramblers to a first-place finish. The hosts shot a 302 to beat rival New Trier by six strokes.
Glenbrook North ended up with a 314 to finish seven strokes better than Glenbrook South. The Spartans will be joining LA and NT at the New Trier Sectional on Oct. 9.
In addition to Crawshaw, Loyola had four other players shoot 79 or better. Senior Chip Savarie and junior Ryan Savarie shot 75s to share runner-up honors with Glenbrook North freshman Kevin O’Regan and Glenbrook South junior Jack Upperman.
Junior Peter Radler put a 78 on his scorecard, while senior John Kryscio added a 79 for the Ramblers.
New Trier was paced by senior Will Nummy (76) and junior Daniel Tanaka (76). Senior Michael Tanaka shot a 77, while sophomore Brian Joseph came through with a 79. Seniors Bennett Huber and Max Weber ended up with 80s.
GBN’s other scorers were juniors Max Plasota (77) and Max Kogen (77) and senior Jake Kieffer (83).
In addition to Upperman, GBS advanced two other players to the sectional in sophomore Aaron Chong (79) and senior Jack Grier (80).
— A comfortable win.
Lake Forest kept its season alive by coming up with a convincing victory at the Class 3A Zion-Benton Regional on Oct. 3 at Shepherd’s Crook Golf Course.
Led by medalist Scott Frevert (78), the Scouts shot a 319 to beat runner-up Carmel Catholic by 10 strokes. Mundelein placed third with a 330.
Senior Jed Thomas of the Scouts shot a 79 to share second place with Libertyville’s Mitch Kenston.
LF’s other scorers were Danny Fisher (80) and senior Michael Seaman (82). Freshman Pierce Grieve added an 83, while senior Connor Polender checked in with an 84.
Lake Forest advances to the Warren Sectional on Oct. 9.
— Senior Joey Harrigan continued to be a hot golfer.
And he was not alone. Highland Park also came through as a team on Oct. 3 at Hilldale Golf Club in Hoffman Estates.
Highlighted by Harrigan, who earned medalist honors with 71, the Giants shot a 301 to claimed a Class 3A regional title. They wound up 13 strokes better than runner-up Deerfield. Stevenson took third with a 315.
HP had four players shoot 78 or better. Senior Josh Zoldan carded a 75 for fourth place. Junior Max Golding came in with a 77, while senior Charlie Ezgur recorded an 78. Junior Bradley Goldstein ended up with an 80.
Deerfield was paced by Wyatt Harris (72), Scott Gajdel (79) and Justin Marshall (79).
HP will head to the Warren Sectional on Oct. 9.
CSL SOUTH TOURNAMENT
— Consistency served Michael Tanaka well.
The New Trier golfer shot 34s on the front and back nines in the CSL South tourney at the Glencoe Golf Club on Sept. 27. With his four-under-par 68, Tanaka earned medalist honors. He was one stroke better than Maine South’s Brendan Ahlbeck (34-35).
Tanaka’s standout performance helped the Trevians (286) to a team championship. Maine South was the runner-up (289). Glenbrook South took third (299).
New Trier’s other top-10 finishers included Will Nummy (71, 3rd), Brian Joseph (73, 4th) and Daniel Tanaka (74, tied for 7th).
Glenbrook South had two players in the top 10: Jack Upperman (74) and Aaron Chong (74). Jack Grier also shot a 74 for the Titans, while Brian O’Connor added a 77.
CSL NORTH TOURNAMENT
— Highland Park continues to flourish on the links.
The Giants took first in the CSL North tournament at Glencoe Golf Club on Sept. 27. They scored a 302, six strokes better than Glenbrook North.
Four Giants ended up in the top eight with Josh Zoldan (4th) and Jared Grossmann (5th) leading the way with 75s. Joey Harrigan (6th) and Bradlley Goldstein (8th) came through with 76s.
GBN was led by Kevin O’Ragan (74, 2nd) and Matt Chapman (74, 3rd).
Max Plasota (80) and Adam Freund (80) also figured in the team scoring.
CHICAGO CATHOLIC LEAGUE TOURNAMENT
— Led by the Savarie brothers, Loyola Academy played to a second-place finish in the Chicago Catholic League tourney at Cog Hill on Sept. 27.
The Ramblers scored a 290, which was two strokes in back of champion Fenwick.
Ryan and Chip Savarie paced LA with 71s.
The other scorers were John Kryscio (74) and Ben Scherman (74).
Jack Crawshaw and Peter Radler came in with 75s.
NORTH SUBURBAN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT
— As expected, this one went down to the wire.
Lake Forest outshot Stevenson by two strokes, 293-295, to take first place in the North Suburban Conference Tournament at Willow Glen Golf Club on Sept. 26.
The Scouts, who went 7-0 in league dual meets, placed six players in the top 15.
Senior Scott Frevert led Lake Forest with a 72, which placed him second. Stevenson senior Matt Schawell, who also shot a 72, took medalist honors by winning the playoff.
LF also received strong performances from freshman Pierce Grieve (73), senior Jed Thomas (73), junior Danny Fisher (75), senior Wes Dixon (78) and Connor Polender (78).
Led by Trevor Neumaier (73), host Mundelein took third in the team standings with a 301. The Mustangs were followed in by Lake Zurich (315), Libertyville (317), Warren (322), Zion-Benton (342) and Waukegan (401).
Stevenson’s other scorers included junior Jackson Bussell (73), junior Mark Noonan (74) and freshman Conan Pan (76).
HIGHLAND PARK INVITE
— One stroke.
Highland Park shot a 153 to beat New Trier (154) in the Highland Park Invite at Lakeshore Country Club on Sept. 25.
Glenbrook North also was in the running for a team title. The Spartans ended up with a 156.
Carmel Catholic (156) and Maine South (165) also competed.
HP’s Joey Harrigan and New Trier’s Max Weber shot 36s to share medalist honors.
Lake Forest Invite
— With four players finishing in the top 10, Lake Forest edged Loyola Academy 296-298 to win the McDermand Invite on Sep. 23 at Lake Bluff Golf Club.
Playing for the LF Blue squad, Jed Thomas led the way with a 73. He was followed in by Scott Frevert (74), Connor Polender (74) and Danny Fisher (75).
LA had three players in the top 10: Michael O’Sullivan (73), Ben Scherman (73) and Chip Savarie (75).
Stevenson’s Jackson Bussell was the medalist. He shot a 68 on the par 72 course.
The Patriots took third (302) in the 16-team field, finishing ahead of Deerfield (312), New Trier (313), Warren (313), Lake Forest Gold (314), Glenbrook North (317).
— Led by the sparkling performances of Max Golding, Joey Harrigan and Jared Grossmann, Highland Park took second in the Wheeling Invite on Sept. 16.
In a meet played at Countryside Golf Club in Mundelein, the Giants tallied a 297 to finish two strokes behind Stevenson.
Golding and Harrigan shot 73s to share sixth place. Grossmann posted a 74 to finish in a tie for eighth.
Teammates Bradley Goldstein and Josh Zoldan also had solid efforts, recording 77s.
Lake Forest, which was led by Danny Fisher (74) and Connor Polender (74), placed third in the 26-team field with a 303.
The other scorers for the Scouts included Scott Frevert (77) and Jed Thomas (78).
Loyola Academy finished seventh (318) in the meet behind Wheaton Warrenville South (306), Barrington (308) and St. Viator (313), while Glenbrook North ended up 13th (328).
LA was led by Michael O’Sullivan (77), Spencer Crowe (78) and Ben Scherman (79).
GBN was paced by Matt Chapman (79).
Wheaton Warrenville South’s Justin Seymour took medalist honors (71). Stevenson’s Jackson Bussell and Mark Noonan also shot 71s, while Barrington’s Dom Scaletta and Sean Markham came in with 73s.
— Chip Savarie earned runner-up honors as Loyola Academy finished atop the leader board at the Mundelein Invite at Steeplechase on Sept. 16.
Savarie shot a 70 to finish one stroke behind Mundelein medalist Colin Wade.
Jack Crawshaw of the Ramblers put a 71 on the scorecard to wind up third overall.
LA shot a 291 to finish 10 strokes better than New Trier. Lake Forest was third (308).
Loyola put four players in the top 10. Ryan Savarie and Peter Radler carded 75s. Teammate John Kryscio just missed the top 10 with a 76.
Brian Joseph and Daniel Tanaka paced New Trier. Joseph shot a 73 for fourth place. Tanaka came in fifth with a 74.
NT’s other scorers were Charlie Creamean (76) and Bennett Huber (78).
Lake Forest was led by Pierce Grieve (75), Patrick Moorhead (75), Wes Dixon (79) and Flynn Bradley (79).
— Stevenson was the story.
The Patriots shot lights out at the Deerfield Invite on Sept. 9. Led by medalist Jackson Bussell (67), the Pats ended up with a 290 at Twin Orchard Country Club to finish 11 strokes better than runner-up New Trier.
St. Viator edged Lake Forest 304-305 for third place, while Loyola Academy took fifth with a 312. Glenbrook North put up a 319 for sixth place, while Highland Park and Deerfield shared seventh place (321). Glenbrook South came in ninth (324) in the 12-team field, which also included Evanston (326), Prospect (327) and North Shore Country Day (339).
Daniel Tanaka led the New Trier charge. His 71 put him in a two-way tie for second place with Stevenson’s Mark Noonan.
Will Nummy and Brian Joseph helped the NT cause with 76s, which placed them in a tie for ninth place with seven other players. Michael Tanaka added a 78.
Lake Forest had six players shoot 79 or better in Michael Seaman (74), Pierce Grieve (76), Danny Fisher (77), Jed Thomas (78), Wes Dixon (78) and Connor Polender (79).
Loyola’s Chip Savarie turned in a strong performance. He completed his 18 holes with a 72 for fourth place.
LA’s other scorers were Peter Radler (79), Spencer Crowe (79) and John Kryscio (82).
Glenbrook North was led by Max Kogen (75) and Max Plasota (78).
Bradley Goldstein (77) and Jared Gorssman (79) were Highland Park’s top scorers, while Jarrett Prchal shot a 77 for Glenbrook South.
Peter Miles carded an 81 for NSCD.
Buffalo Grove Invite
— The scores were sizzling.
Five teams shot under 300 at the Buffalo Grove Invite on Sept. 2. And, in the end, Lake Forest went home with the championship with a 286. New Trier was right there with a 288.
And three other teams weren’t far behind: Stevenson (290), Highland Park (296) and Loyola Academy (296).
Glenbrook South (308) and Glenbrook North (310) came in sixth and seventh, respectively.
LA’s John Kryscio shot a 34 on the back nine at the Buffalo Grove Golf Club. His 18-hole total of 69 earned him medalist honors. He was one stroke better than Lake Forest’s Scott Frevert and two strokes better than Stevenson’s Mark Noonan.
Five players — LF’s Connor Polender and Danny Fisher, New Trier’s Daniel Tanaka, Highland Park’s Joey Harrigan and Naperville North’s Nick Sullivan — recorded 72s to share fourth place.
Ninth place (73) was shared by eight players: Highland Park’s Max Golding, Lake Forest’s Jed Thomas, New Trier’s Michael Tanaka and Will Nummy, Fremd’s Nathan Schmidt and Stevenson’s Jackson Bussell, Philippe Kim and Conan Pan.
Other solid scores were turned in by Glenbrook South’s Jack Upperman (74), New Trier’s Brian Joseph (74), New Trier’s Max Weber (75), Highland Park’s Bradley Goldstein (75), Loyola’s Peter Radler (75), Loyola’s Ryan Savarie (75), Libertyville’s Mitch Kenston (75), Glenbrook North’s Matt Chapman (76), Lake Forest’s Michael Seaman (76), Highland Park’s Josh Zoldan (76) and New Trier’s Bennett Huber (76).
— Don’t forget about this guy.
Lake Forest senior Connor Polender, who had been relatively quiet in previous invites this fall, had it all going at the Warren Invite at Bittersweet on Aug. 26. He shot a 34 on the front nine and 36 on the back nine to claim medalist honors by three strokes.
His 70 went a long way in helping LF to a team victory. The Scouts were 10 strokes better than runner-up Stevenson 292-302. Highland Park (310) and Loyola Academy (313) rounded out the top four in this 16-team meet.
Freshman Pierce Grieve of the Scouts was the runner-up with a 73, while teammate Jed Thomas shot a 74 to finish in a three-way tie for third place. Danny Fisher (75, tied for 6th) and Michael Seaman (76, tied for 9th) also finished in the top 10.
Highland Park’s Max Golding earned a medal by carding a 76 and sharing ninth place with Seaman, Loyola’s Chip Savarie, Stevenson’s Alex Kim and Deerfield’s Reindl Weaver.
HP’s other scorers were Joey Harrigan (77, tied for 13th), Bradley Goldstein (78) and Charlie Ezgur (79).
LA’s other scorers included Peter Radler (77, tied for 13th), John Kryscio (78) and Ryan Savarie (82).
St. Viator Invite
— Loyola Academy also sent a contingent of players to the St. Viator Invite at Old Orchard Country Club on Aug. 26. The Ramblers finished third (306) behind Hinsdale Central (295) and St. Francis (303).
LA was led by Max Raynal (76), Teddy Starr (76), Danny Curran (77) and Michael O’Sullivan (77).
Lake County Invite
— Oh so close.
Highland Park’s Josh Zoldan just missed earning medalist honors at the Lake County Invite on Aug. 21 at Shepherd’s Crook Golf Course.
Zoldan shot a 34 on the front nine and added a 39 on the back nine to finish with a 73. Mitch Vienston of Libertyville won the tourney with a 72 (35-27).
Lake Forest’s Danny Fisher stayed hot by shooting a 74 and sharing third place with Stevenson’s Matt Schawel, Grayslake Central’s Michael Sisk and Deerfield’s Jacob Radis and Scott Gajdel.
Stevenson edged out Lake Forest 299-301 for team honors. Highland Park came up with a 303 for third place. Deerfield was fourth (304).
In addition to Fisher, the Scouts received solid work from Pierce Grieve (75, tied for 8th), Jed Thomas (76, tied for 13th), Michael Seaman (76) and Connor Polender (77).
Joey Harrigan was Highland Park’s other medal winner (76). The team’s other scorers were Bradley Goldstein (77) and Jared Grossman (77).
Mt. Carmel Invite
— Loyola Academy placed third in the Mt. Carmel Invite at Lincoln Oaks Golf Club on Aug. 19.
The Ramblers shot a 295 to finish behind Fenwick (285) and Nazareth Academy (294).
LA’s scorers were John Zimmerman (70), Chip Savarie (72), Michael O’Sullivan (75) and Max Raynal (78).
Woodstock North Invite
— The competition was fierce at the Woodstock North Invite.
But Lake Forest High School’s Danny Fisher was more than up for the challenge on Aug. 17 at Bull Valley Golf Course. The junior solved the difficult course by claiming medalist honors by three strokes (75).
Fisher’s strong outing also went a long way in helping the Scouts to a team championship (318). Scott Frevert (tied for 6th, 80) and Wes Dixon (tied for 10th, 81) also turned in top-10 performances, while Michael Seaman added an 82.
Led by Bradley Goldstein and Joey Harrigan, Highland Park shot a 323 to claim runner-up honors. Goldstein and Harrigan shot 79s to share fourth place. HP’s other scorers were Josh Zoldan (82) and Charlie Ezgur (83).
New Trier edged Glenbrook South, 327-328, for third place, while Loyola Academy scored a 332 to place fifth in the 14-team field.
NT’s Michael Tanaka and GBS’s Jack Grier carded 78s to share second place. NT’s Max Weber also finished in the top 10 with an 80. The other scorers for the Trevians included Will Nummy (84) and Daniel Tanaka (85).
GBS’s other scorers included Jarrett Prchal (82), Aaron Chong (83) and Jack Upperman (85).
Casey Kenny was Loyola’s top player, shooting an 80 to share sixth place with Frevert, Weber and St. Charles East’s Chris Petri.
John Kryscio (83), Ryan Savarie (83) and Peter Radler (86) also helped the LA cause.
— Glenbrook North’s boys golf team has made a great first impression.
The Spartans turned in solid work at the Rolling Green Invitational on Aug. 14. The team had four players shoot 75 or better and won the team title with a 292.
GBN wound up being seven strokes better than Stevenson and 13 strokes better than St. Viator.
Glenbrook South finished fourth (310), while Loyola Academy came in sixth (318) in the 12-team field. Host Hersey was ninth.
St. Viator’s Timmy Crawford earned medalist honors with a 68.
GBN was paced by freshman Kevin O’Regan, who took runner-up honors with a 71. The team’s other top-10 finishers included Matt Chapman (4th, 72), Max Plasota (7th, 74) and Max Kogen (10th, 75).
Glenbrook South had one player finish in the top 10: Jack Grier (9th, 75). The other scorers were Aaron Chong (76), Jack Upperman (79) and Jarrett Prchal (80).
Loyola was led by Casey Kenny (76) and Peter Radler (78). John Kryscio and Spencer Crowe came in with 82s.
• Highland Park Quad (Northmoor Blue Course)
HP (144), Lake Forest (146), Loyola Academy (153), New Trier (159)
HP: Joey Harrigan (34, medalist), Josh Zoldan (36), Jared Grossman (37), Allen Terman (37)
• Highland Park d. Glenbrook North 145-156 (Highland Park Country Club)
HP: Joey Harrigan (par 36), Max Golding (par 36), Bradley Goldstein (par 36)
• Glenbrook South d. Evanston 147-165
GBS: Aaron Chong (par 35), Brian O’Connor (36)
• Highland Park d. Maine East 148-220 (Park Ridge Country Club)
HP: Joey Harrigan (32, medalist), Allen Terman (36), TJ Gimbel (39), Jake Pielet (41)
• Highland Park d. Maine West 137-163 (Chick Evans)
HP: Joey Harrigan (32), Max Golding (32), Bradley Goldstein (37), Jared Grossmann (36)
• New Trier d. Glenbrook South 147-149
GBS: Jarrett Prchal (37)
• Prospect d. Glenbrook South 149-156
GBS: Jarrett Prchal (37)
• Glenbrook South d. Niles West 139-172 (Willow Hill)
GBS: Brian O’Connor (34), Jack Upperman (35), Jarrett Prchal (35), Andrew Waldherr (35)
• Lake Forest 151, New Trier 153, Deerfield 167 (Exmoor)
LF: Jed Thomas (37)
NT: Will Nummy (37)
• Lake Forest d. Libertyville 151-160 (Knollwood CC)
Medalist: Libertyville’s Derek Calamari (35)
• Glenbrook South d. Maine South 154-157
GBS: Jack Upperman (37), Jack Grier (38), Aaron Chong (39), Jarrett Prchal (40), Chris Leftakes (40)
• Highland Park d. Deerfield 150-158 (Highland Park Country Club)
HP: Joey Harrigan (35, medalist), Jared Grossmann (37), Bradley Goldstein (38)
• Glenbrook South 149, Niles North 204 (The Glenview Park Golf Course)
GBS: Brian O’Connor (36, medalist), Jack Grier (37), Chris Leftakes (38), Jarrett Prchal (38)
• Highland Park d. Vernon Hills 143-161 (Highland Park Country Club)
HP: Josh Zoldan (34, medalist), Jared Grossmann (35), Joey Harrington (37), Bradley Goldstein (37), Charlie Ezgur (38), Daniel Burack (39), Jake Pielet 39
• Glenbrook South d. Maine West 155-183
GBS: Chris Leftakes (37)