La Salle and Little Flower captured championships at Melrose Country Club Oct. 3. La Salle brought home the PCL Golf Championship along with the boys trophy for the season. The girls season trophy went to Little Flower. Archbishop Wood’s Karly Brown won the girls individual season title and came in third overall in the tournament behind Andrew Gallagher of St. Joseph’s Prep and Alex Durelli of Roman Catholic, who topped Gallagher in a sudden death playoff. They finished 18 holes at 73 to force the playoff. Read more about the golf championships in Sports, here. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
Along with individual honors, the Explorers of La Salle took home the Catholic League golf championship trophy on Oct. 4 at Melrose Country Club in Cheltenham. (Photo by Sarah Webb)
The Little Flower team, coached by Michael J. Fox, took home the girls’ Catholic League golf championship trophy.
Roman Catholic coach Daniel Hoban congratulates Roman’s Alex Durelli after he won the individual Catholic League championship in a sudden death playoff.
St. Joseph’s Prep’s Andrew Gallagher, left, looks on as Roman’s Alex Durelli sinks the winning putt in a playoff hole to win the championship.
After shooting a 73 to tie for the lead spot in the tournament, Andrew Gallagher of the Prep attempts to sink a long putt.
Alex Durelli drives his first shot in the first hole of a sudden death playoff at the Catholic League championship Oct. 4 as his opponent, Andrew Gallagher looks on.
The Prep’s Andrew Gallagher tees off during the Catholic League Championship tournament.
Karly Brown, a senior at Archbishop Wood High School, tees off. She scored a 75 on the day at Melrose Country Club to place third overall in the tournament, including girls’ Catholic League champion.