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Charles Schrohe sets Greenwich boys golf team record, ties FCIAC mark by shooting a 5-under-par 30 in match vs. New Canaan

Photo by David Fierro: Greenwich High’s Charles Schrohe shot a 5-under-par 30 against New Canaan at Greenwich Country Club on Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2022, in Greenwich.

In the Greenwich High School’s boys golf team’s first match of the season against Brien McMahon at Griffith E. Harris Golf Course, Cardinals senior Charles Schrohe shot a 4-under-par 32, tying the team record with four other GHS golfers. Today, Schrohe broke that impressive record.

Schrohe shot an eye-opening 5-under-par 30 for Greenwich in its match against rival New Canaan at Greenwich Country Club today, breaking the team record for nine holes. His record-breaking performance sparked Greenwich to a 145-155 win over two-time defending FCIAC champion New Canaan.

Schrohe, who will play Division I golf at Lehigh University next year, also tied an FCIAC record with today’s round of 30, which he shot at the No. 1 spot in the lineup.

Junior Owen Duda carded a 36 at the No. 2 spot, while junior Jack Hopper (No. 4) shot a 39 for Greenwich, which is 12-0 on the season. New Canaan’s record stands at 9-1. Sophomore Aj Enslein (No. 3) shot a 40, while senior Dylan Harris (No. 5) carded a 42 for the Cardinals, who host Darien tomorrow at Burning Tree Country Club in Greenwich at 3:30 p.m. Cullen McCarthy registered a round of 34 for the Rams.

Schrohe’s team record-breaking round of 32 came one day after he also earned medalist honors in the squad’s victory against Ridgefield at Griffith E. Harris Golf Course, posting a 36.

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