Prairie Ridge and McHenry both shot 337 Saturday to finish in the top three at the McHenry Boys Golf Invitational at McHenry County Club in McHenry.
McHenry’s Sam Huff and Prairie Ridge’s Jake Friedman finished third and fifth, respectively, both shooting a 7-over-par 78.
Lake Zurich won the seven-team event with a 325, led by medalist Noah van Herik with a 76. Prairie Ridge grabbed the No. 2 spot over McHenry with a lower fifth score. Cary-Grove (351) finished sixth and Marian Central (387) was seventh.
Charlie Pettrone took seventh with an 80 for Prairie Ridge, followed by Danny Saville (89) and Jacob Kim (90). The Wolves’ fifth score came from Joe Pokonosky (91).
McHenry’s Ethan Jensen took 10th overall with an 82. Will Currie (87) and Max Bogenski (90) rounded out the scoring for the Warriors.
Maddux Tarasievich led C-G with a 79 and took sixth, followed by Tom Fornelli (87), Erik Pietrzyk (90) and Rannin Gruen (95).
Owen Jager had an 89 for Marian, followed by Peter Louise (93), Ethan Tom (97) and Matthew Cotting (108).
Huntley Invite: At Pinecrest in Huntley, Burlington Central’s Chaz Rutke and Tyler Haines each shot 7-over-par 79s to finish fifth and sixth, respectively, and lead the Rockets to third place out of 11 teams with a 326.
Cody Leon (83) and Ivan Larson (85) rounded out the scoring for Burlington.
Barrington’s Brock Dickson earned medalist honors with a 73 to lead the Broncos (308), who won by 17 shots over Mundelein (325). Barrington placed four golfers in the top-10 overall.
Huntley (339) finished fifth, Dundee-Crown (348) was seventh, Jacobs (364) was eighth, Hampshire (365) was ninth and Crystal Lake South (387) was 10th.
Huntley’s Cole Modrich shot an 80 and took eighth overall. Danny Sheedy added an 83 for the Red Raiders, Josh Good had an 87 and Brendan Busky and Nathan Elm each had 89s.
Crystal Lake South was led by Nate Stewart (83), Dundee-Crown was led by Chris Pryzbylak (84) and Jake Russell (84), Jacobs was led by Justin Cunningham (86) and Jason Seaholm (87), and Hampshire’s Jacob Laube, Tegan VanWiel and Seth Gillie all had 91s.
Source: The Daily Chronicle