Tags: Boys golfCBAESMF-MJ-D It wasn’t until Thursday that F-M White had its breaktrough, beating C-NS’s Green team 202-211 at Woodcrest. Anthony Ahn shot a 39, with Duggleby, Tobey Schulman and Luke Weisiger each posting 40 and Andrew Ahn adding a 43.Then F-M White won again on Friday, 208-231, over Central Square, Anthony Ahn posting a 38 at Greenview as Duggleby managed a 40 and Andrew Ahn finished with a 43.As for J-D, it prevailed 199-216 over Oswego on Aug. 29, with Peter Hatton putting together a 35 at Oswego Country Club. Punn Chittaratalert contributed a 37, while Essex Glowaki, Trey Jacobson and Tyler Brang each finished with 43.Then came a close call last Wednesday afternoon, J-D going to Willowbrook to face Cortland and nearly getting caught, but doing just enough to edge the Cortland Purple Tigers 208-209.Breezy conditions prevailed, with Chitteratlert’s 38 one ahead of Cortland’s David Benjamin and Nick Djafari. Tanner Burns shot a 40, with Glowaki and Hatton each shooting 42 and Julian Galetta, with a 46, beating the Purple Tigers’ fifth score by two strokes, which created the thin winning margin.Christian Brothers Academy headed into the Labor Day weekend following a 193-236 win over Tully, with Mike Santaro shooting a 36 and Jack MacLachlan adding a 38. Dan Angelo posted 39 ahead of the 40s from Joe Nicholson and Pete Scuderi.A week later, CBA returned and handled LaFayette 201-241 at Orchard Valley. MacLachlan’s 38 was one shot better than the 39 from Scuderi, with Nicholson getting a 40 and Angelo adding a 41 as Ryan Wendt (43) and James Stanton (49) followed.Back on Aug. 29, East Syracuse Minoa met Syracuse at Drumlins. ESM Blue shot 205 to Syracuse’s 251, with ESM Orange finishing with a team total of 265.Dan Sitnik’s 39 led a consistent effort for ESM Blue. David Griffith posted a 40, while Joe Pacheco and Zach Johnson both finished with 41. Owen White added a 44 as Brett Smith shot ESM Orange’s low round of 49.Up against Cortland on Friday, ESM Blue took its first defeat of the season to the Purple Tigers, 220-231, as Sitnik shot a 44, just ahead of the 45s from Pacheco and Griffith. White got a 47 and Johnson a 50, all of them behind the 37 by the Purple Tigers’ David Benjamin.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Then, on Friday afternoon, F-M Green went to Westvale and beat the West Genesee Wildcats 187-197, Butch blazing to a 33 as Perry shot a 36. Close behind them, Heyman had a 38, with Jed Danaher shooting 39 and Seth Bailey contributing a 41.F-M White played on Aug. 30 and nearly upended West Genesee at Woodcrest, only to take a 205-211 defeat as Andrew Ahn shot a 39, just behind the 38s shot by the Wildcats’ Peyton Mullane and Jake Weaver.Then F-M White lost 209-253 to Liverpool last Tuesday afternoon, with Tobey Schulman shooting a 42 at Liverpool Country Club ahead of Duggleby( 47) and Andrew Ahn (48). Spencer Baum, winner of the Aug. 26 Drumlins Invitational, tore to a 34 to lead the Warriors. Even before it got to September, boys golf teams from Fayetteville-Manlius and Jamesville-DeWitt had moved to the front of their respective Salt City Athletic Conference divisions.F-M Green, already 2-0 in the SCAC Metro, got another key early-season league win last Tuesday afternoon at Woodcrest when it outplayed Cicero-North Syracuse’s Blue team 184-194.Andrew Heyman picked up a 35 to pace another consistent F-M Green effort. Adam Butch, Velton Perry and Enzo Abruzzese each shot matching totals of 37 and Mike Millimaci added a 39.