Hornets stay undefeated with win at Berkshire

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Kirtland defeated host Berkshire, 175-203, on the middle nine at Pleasant Hill Golf Course in Chardon on Monday.

With the win, the Hornets improved to 4-0 overall and 3-0 in Chagrin Valley Conference Valley Division action.

“Today was an average day for our team and we know that we are capable of playing a lot better,” said Kirtland’s Jack Dever. “But, it feels good to get the job done against Berkshire.”

Dever claimed medalist honors with a match-low 38.

“I have been hitting my wedges really well and my chipping has been pretty solid,” he said. “I still have a lot of work to do before this fall. I just need to put the ball in the fairway and sink more putts throughout the round.”

Seann McGill carded a 43 for the Hornets while Adam Mueller, Cici Anness, Reese VanArnhem and Victor Alfieri all finished with a 47.

Forrest Kuchling led Berkshire with a 42. Lenny Barcikoski (51), Andrew Young (55) and Mason Mulacek (55) also scored for the Badgers, who dropped to 1-3, 1-2.

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