Golf Roundup 9.18.15: CHS, Albemarle, Orange pick up wins

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Albemarle golf beats Powhatan, finishes second in tri-match


Albemarle’s golf team picked up a win over Powhatan this week 166-176 with Jack Robbins’ 37 leading the way for the Patriots. Brogan Ezell, Ryan Porter, Chase Northcott and Justin Peck all carded scores from 42-44 as the Patriots rolled to a win.


Thursday, the Patriots took the course again, this time in a tri-match at Birdwood against Eastern View and Fluvanna County. Eastern View picked up the win with a 169 as a team while Albemarle took second at 171 and Fluvanna finished with a 191.


Ezell led Albemarle with a 41 in the tri-match while Robbins had a 42 and Porter and PEck finished with 44s.


Orange golf beats Culpeper


Ryan Dodson and Colby Romasco both carded 41s Thursday as the Orange County golf team beat Culpeper 171-203 to pick up a dual match win at Lake of the Woods.


Trent Carr’s 44 and Anthony LaCava’s 45 rounded out the scores that counted for the Hornets.


Culpeper’s Noah Brear finished with a 41 to lead the Blue Devils.


Charlottesville golf picks up a pair of victories


Charlottesville’s golf team wrapped up the regular season with two victories this week over Orange County and Powhatan. With the wins, the Black Knights finish 13-1 and enter the postseason with a head of steam.


The Black Knights beat Powhatan 155-181, with Zach Russell’s 37 setting the pace. A.J. Stouffer was right behind him with a 38 and Emmy Timberlake finished with a 39 while Banks Northington shot a 43.


Alex Oliver and Whit Stephens led Powhatan with two 42s.


At Meadowcreek early in the week against Orange, Charlottesville beat the Hornets 149-164, with Stouffer and Northington sharing medalist honors with rounds of 35. Timberlake had a 37 and Russell finished with a 42.


Ryan Dodson led Orange with a 39 while Anthony Lacava and Colby Romasco each had a 41 and Kaleb Marshall had a 43.


Charlottesville, Orange, Albemarle, Powhatan and the rest of the Jefferson District will compete in the JD tournament Monday at Lake of the Woods.