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    Kirtland’s Victor Alfieri earns MVP award

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    Kirtland senior Victor Alfieri kicked off the postseason on Monday by winning the Chagrin Valley Conference Chagrin Division postseason tournament and earning the league’s MVP award.

    Alfieri, who finished third at the CVC preseason tournament, finished the season with 244 points to edge Orange’s Jack Stover (239.5) for the MVP award.

    “It’s a great feeling to finish the season with a win and even better being named MVP of the conference,” Alfieri said. “My parents and coach have been behind me since day one. I was happy I came through for them too. I have been practicing and playing every day and continually improving.”

    Alfieri carded a 75 at the postseason tournament at Quail Hollow Golf Course.

    “I was happy with my score,” he said. “I shot even on the front and 4-over on the back. Quail is a pretty tough course and I haven’t played it since sectionals last year. I knew I had very tough competition.”

    Stover entered the postseason tournament leading Alfieri by 5 ½ points thanks to a win at the preseason tournament and a better score in regular-season dual matches.

    Alfieri only focused on the task at hand and that was putting together a solid round on a challenging course.

    “Coach (Sam) Kless said, ‘Just be aggressive and play your game,’ and that’s what I did,” Alfieri said. “I was really getting distance off the tee, which set me up with short iron shots to the green. My putting was pretty consistent. Everything seemed to come together today.”

    Kirtland’s Aaron Shultz shot an 85 to place eighth at the postseason tournament. By virtue of his point total, Shultz was named first-team All-CVC.

    Ben Beres also finished among the top 25 with a 99. Gage DiFabio (111), Micah Reynolds (115), and Aidan Knaus (127) also competed for the Hornets, who placed fourth as a team in the Chagrin Division.

    FULL RESULTS

    CHAGRIN DIVISION

    Team Scores

    1. Hawken 332
    2. Chagrin Falls 351
    3. Orange 356
    4. Kirtland 370
    5. Perry 372
    6. West Geauga 388

    Individual Scores

    1. Victor Alfieri (KIR) 75
    2. Julian Fodor (PER) 79
    3. Peyton O’Keefe (HAW) 81
    4. Cooper Bryan (HAW) 82
    5. Jack Stover (ORA) 83
    6. Jack Zeid (HAW) 83
    7. Henry Westendorf (CF) 83
    8. Charlie Pollock (CF) 85
    9. Aaron Shultz (KIR) 85
    10. Sven Nielsen (CF) 86
    11. Quinn Petersen (HAW) 86
    12. Vince Vomberger (HAW) 88
    13. Ajay Deshpande (ORA) 89
    14. Jackson Fellinger (ORA) 90
    15. Max Beccia (WG) 91
    16. Jack Spiegele (HAW) 92
    17. Dillon Fellinger (ORA) 94
    18. Garrett Rupert (PER) 94
    19. Truman Williams (ORA) 96
    20. Drew Mergenhagen (CF) 97
    21. Oliver Tepper (CF) 98
    22. Gabe Nemer (ORA) 98
    23. Xander Hinds (WG) 98
    24. Ben Beres (KIR) 99
    25. Landon Lear (WG) 99
    26. Ethan Hicks (PER) 99
    27. J.T. Javorek (WG) 100
    28. Aidan Bowman (PER) 100
    29. John Catney (CF) 101
    30. Alex Dame (PER) 109
    31. Gage DiFabio (KIR) 111
    32. Carson Caldwell (PER) 112
    33. Micah Reynolds (KIR) 115
    34. Nate Schaubert (WG) 115
    35. Colin McKinney (WG) 116
    36. Aidan Knaus (KIR) 127

    METRO DIVISION

    Team Results

    1. Independence 345
    2. Beachwood 363
    3. Wickliffe 374
    4. Lutheran West 381
    5. Cuyahoga Heights 401
    6. Trinity DNS

    Individual Results

    1. Mark Pillar (IND) 80
    2. James O’Neil (BEA) 80
    3. Matt Blumenthal (BEA) 81
    4. Sam Coddington (IND) 84
    5. Calvin Cackowski (WIC) 84
    6. Charlie DeCapua (IND) 86
    7. D.J. Robinson (LW) 86
    8. Ashten Sopko (LW) 89
    9. Kaelib Graff (CH) 93
    10. Ryan Latkovich (WIC) 95
    11. A.J. Marcinko (IND) 95
    12. Brady Pinter (CH) 95
    13. Jack Rolando (TRI) 96
    14. Noah Telisman (WICK) 97
    15. A.J. Levon (WIC) 98
    16. David Eichler (IND) 100
    17. Jack Bohning (CH) 100
    18. Shane Young (BEA) 101
    19. Drew Riley (BEA) 101
    20. Eric Dill (LW) 102
    21. Zack Keller (LW) 104
    22. Joey Spacagna (IND) 109
    23. Gabe Stoehr (WIC) 109
    24. Gabe Connor (BEA) 110
    25. Jack Peters (TRI) 112
    26. Nick Henson (WIC) 112
    27. Charlie Dalton (CH) 113
    28. J.J. Hughes (LW) 115
    29. Jonah Wolfe (BEA) 116
    30. Joey White (CH) 134
    31. Brody Tancak-Peshek (TRI) 139
    32. Andy Domzalski (CH) 160

    VALLEY DIVISION

    Team Scores

    1. Geneva 360
    2. Edgewood 381
    3. Cardinal 404
    4. Lakeside 411
    5. Berkshire 450
    6. Harvey 488

    Individual Scores

    1. Ayden Richmond (GEN) 80
    2. Jimmy Johnston (EDG) 86
    3. Mason Feather (EDG) 86
    4. Connor Callison (CAR) 87
    5. Hagan Hejduk (GV) 87
    6. Connor Anderson (GEN) 88
    7. Hunter Metz (GEN) 96
    8. Kole Opalko (GEN) 96
    9. Jack Varckette (LAK) 96
    10. Matthew Hissa (CAR) 98
    11. Zack Palmer (LAK) 99
    12. Troy Domen (CAR) 101
    13. Jared Schwotzer (EDG) 103
    14. Ty Hamilton (LAK) 105
    15. Zach Millard (EDG) 106
    16. Matt Hart (BER) 109
    17. Joe Czekaj (BER) 109
    18. Kam Crockett (LAK) 111
    19. Max Booth (GEN) 111
    20. Jacob Zeller (BER) 112
    21. Tanner Jensen (LAK) 113
    22. Julian Baker (HAR) 113
    23. Set Hill (CAR) 118
    24. Troy Hornak (BER) 120
    25. Mario Romagni (BER) 123
    26. Joey DeAlfradi (HAR) 123
    27. Allyson Ball (HAR) 124
    28. Sean Steed (EDG) 124
    29. Michael Vendetti (EDG) 125
    30. Richie Giffin (GEN) 125
    31. Ian White (HAR) 128
    32. B. Spangenberg (BER) 130
    33. Xander Rose (CAR) 132
    34. Dylan Stewart (CAR) 140
    35. Miles Vanek (HAR) 151
    Steve Harehttps://www.ohiovarsity.com
    The creator and publisher of OhioVarsity.com, Hare has covered high school sports in Northeast Ohio since 1997. He began as a correspondent for the Lake County News Herald, where he contributed until 2011, primarily covering high school football and wrestling. In 1999, Hare began writing for IrishIllustrated.com, a member of the Scout.com network of high school and college sports web sites. He focuses on covering Notre Dame football recruiting. OhioVarsity.com was created in 2004 and was a member of the Rivals.com network until 2012. The site's original purpose was to cover Ohio high school football and recruiting news but since has grown to cover all sports and to provide sports information services to high school athletic programs and individual teams. Hare attended Willoughby South High School through the middle of his senior year, then graduated from Berkshire High School in Burton in 1986. He played football, wrestled and was an all-Geauga county baseball player (1986). He lives in Chardon with his wife Paulette and their children.
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