Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Sharon defeats visiting North Attleboro on Tuesday.
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
The Sharon High School golf team improved to 10-2 on Tuesday after defeating North Attleboro, 156 to 177, at the Sharon Country Club. Senior Isabel Southard shot 37 to lead Sharon, head coach Thor Van Vaerenewyck said. "(Sophomore) Mike Birschbach had his low score of the season with a 39," Van Vaerenewyck said. The Eagles also saw sophomore Max Crooks, senior captain Joey Dalabon and junior Matt Thomas all shoot 40, he said. Sharon is off until Friday, when it plays Oliver Ames in a road match.
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Sharon wins by 1 point at Sharon CC.
Sharon High School senior Isabel Southard was 2-under par to help the Eagles golf team finish 1-under visiting King Philip on Tuesday. Sharon defeated KP, 156 to 157, at the Sharon Country Club, Sharon head coach Thor Van Vaerenewyck said. Sharon's top scorers were Southard, who shot 34; junior Matt Corman, who shot a 39; and sophomore Max Crooks, who shot 40, Van Vaerenewyck said. For KP, Kevin Cronin shot 36, and birdied holes 3, 7 and 8; Dever Carrison and Kyle Carnase both shot 40, and George Ducharme shot 41, Warriors head coach Joe O'Halloran said. Sharon (8-2) plays again twice this week:
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Sharon handles Stoughton, 155-199.
The Sharon High School golf team's good fore-tunes continued Tuesday, defeating visiting Stoughton, 155-199, at the Sharon Country Club. The Eagles have won four straight matches and are 6-1 this season. Senior Isabel Southard shot 36, sophomore Max Crooks shot 39, and sophomore Colton Bader and junior Matt Corman both shot 40, head coach Thor Van Vaerenewyck said. The Eagles next host North Attleboro at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Monday, September 26, 2011
Eagles 5-1 after defeating Canton on Monday.
The Sharon High School golf team's play is making head coach Thor Van Vaerenewyck look like Nostradamus. Monday, the Eagles won their third straight match, defeating visiting Canton, 155-174, at the Sharon Country Club. Before the season started, Van Vaerenewyck said that "this team probably has the most talent that I've had in my 11 years." Sharon is 5-1. Monday, senior Isabel Southard shot 1-under par 35, Van Vaerenewyck said. Junior Matt Corman shot 39, junior Joe Lanzel shot 40, and sophomore Colton Bader shot a 41, the coach said. Sharon hosts Stoughton at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. Canton is 2-3.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Eagles defeat OA at Sharon CC.
Led by senior Isabel Southard's low score of 38, the Sharon High School golf team defeated visiting Oliver Ames, 158-167, at the Sharon Country Club on Tuesday. The Eagles' (3-1) other scores were: sophomore Max Crooks, 39; junior Joe Lanzel, 40; and junior Matt Corman, 41, head coach Thor Van Vaerenewyck said. Oliver Ames (1-2) had these scores: Nick Carter, 38; Bobby O'Donnell, 43; John Moroney, 45; Josh Gurman and Mike Edwards, 47; and J.P. Abella and Kyle Matherson, 50, O'Donnell said. Sharon next plays at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, at Mansfield, at the Norton Country Club. Oliver Ames travels to Attleboro at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday.
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
SHS defeats Foxborough, 164-169.
After two season-opening rainouts, the Sharon High School golf team won its 2011 debut Tuesday, 164-169, over visiting Foxborough at the Sharon Country Club. Senior Isabel Southard shot a round of 40 to lead Sharon, head coach Thor Van Vaerenewyck said. Sophomore Max Crooks and junior Matt Corman both fired rounds of 41. Senior captain Joey Dalabon and junior Joe Lanzel both shot rounds of 42. For Foxborough, Jake Dorman shot a round of 37, Ryan Beattie a 43, Alex DiCenso a 44 and Kyle Newcomb a 45, Warriors head coach Shawn Seybert said. The Eagles were the last Sharon High fall team to open their season. The golfers' Sept. 7 and Sept. 8 matches against Attleboro and King Philip were rained out. Sharon (1-0) faces Stoughton at the Easton …
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Young Eagles open season Wednesday.
The Sharon High School golf team hit a mark before Wednesday's season opener against Attleboro. "This team probably has the most talent that I've had in my 11 years," head coach Thor Van Vaerenewyck said. That talented roster also is young: two seniors, six juniors and seven sophomores. That said, "everybody played over the summer," Van Vaerenewyck said. "They really like golf. They get better every year. So, I think we're going to have a successful season," said the coach, whose Eagles went 6-8 in 2010. "Even though we're young, with a lot of sophomores and juniors, we do have some match experience. Most of the kids who are going to be playing in matches played in matches last year. And they've played in tournaments. So they understand …