(Oct. 4, 2013) The Worcester Prep golf team won the three-school match Tuesday at Ocean City Golf & Yacht Club.
The Mallards scored a 170 to take top honors. The Salisbury Christian Jaguars carded a 189 and the Salisbury School Dragons finished with a 257.
All four Worcester golfers shot below their averages.
Senior captain Billy Brittingham led the Mallards with a 41. Sophomore Jason Cooke tallied a 42, junior Rylie Doyle a 43 and sophomore John Meakin carded a 44.
“I think we could have played better. We were definitely a little rusty because we haven’t played a match in a while,” said Prep Coach Kevin Gates. The Mallards have not competed in a match since Sept. 17. “Even though they shot below their averages, I think they can play better and I think they would say they could have played better.”
Worcester’s next match is Thursday, Oct. 10, against Salisbury School and Salisbury Christian at Nutters Crossing in Salisbury.