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.