Huskies go low in win over Crestwood

Cardinal Golf

Cardinal’s golf team set a team-low score in defeating visiting Crestwood on Tuesday.

The Huskies won the match, 176-196. The score was the lowest recorded by any of the current Huskies and in the tenure of head coach Glenn Travers.

“That’s the best scores we put together since I’ve been coaching,” Travers said. “This was nice but I think we can do even better.”

Jonathan Heredos claimed medalist honors with a career-best 39.

“That was the best round of his career,” Travers said. “That was awesome. He shot a 39 with a double bogey on the last hole. He was riding one-over for a long period of time and then got a bogey on 17 and a double on 18.”

Kevin Hammitt and Anthony Sinito both shot 45 and Daniel Heredos carded a 47 for the Huskies.

Tuesday’s match was the first time the Huskies have had all four scorers shoot less than 50 in one match during Travers’ tenure.

“I think it’s maturity,” Travers said. “I think it’s the maturation with my seniors. They’re just coming into their own and finding their games. They’re a little more solid with preparation and they’re coming together as a team and believing in themselves that they can compete.”

The Huskies play rival Berkshire on Wednesday at Pleasant Hills Golf Course.

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