(Oct. 25, 2019) The Worcester Prep golf team finished in second place during Tuesday’s Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference championship at GlenRiddle Golf Club in Berlin.
“Overall, the team played well,” said Prep Coach Don McMullen.
Salisbury Christian won the competition, shooting a 182.
Worcester tallied a 189. Contributing to the team score was senior captain Devin Wallace (43), and juniors Mason Brown (47), TJ Bescak (48) and Kaden Mault (51).
Gunston came in third, with a 209 and Salisbury School placed fourth, with a 233.
Worcester players who earned All-ESIAC honors for their performance were Bescak and Wallace. Honorable mention accolades went to Mault.
“It was a fun, exciting and rewarding season for the coaches and players,” McMullen said. “The season went well and exceeded our expectations. The improvement since Aug. 15 has been outstanding. The varsity team accomplishing a record of 19 wins and five losses and the JV team eight wins and two losses, [which] is a tribute to their hard work and dedication.”
The team will lose only one player – Wallace – to graduation.
“He shot a 43 [during the ESIAC match], his lowest score of the season. He contributed in all of our matches this year,” McMullen said.
He expects the team to be solid next year with nearly all of the players expected to return.