Kyle St. Pierre, Shelton: Shot an even-par 34 at Brownson CC to help the Gaels beat Law.
Tyler Woodward, Coginchaug: His even-par 35 at Portland GC helped the Blue Devils top Portland. Shot 78 in the Shoreline Conference tournament at Stanley GC to help Coginchaug win its third straight team championship.
Chris Fosdick and Kevin Lynch, Xavier: Shot a 1-under-par 35 at Brooklawn CC in the Falcons’ loss to Fairfield Prep. Posted a 36 to help the Falcons sweep Berlin and Glastonbury. Lynch earned medalist laurels at Portland GC to help the Falcons top Norwich Free Academy.
Alex Gu, Darien: Shot an even-par 35 at Wee Burn CC to help Darien beat Staples. Gu also teamed with Calvin Smith to win the Chappa best-ball tournament at Longshore GC in a three-way playoff over Greenwich and New Canaan.
Tommy Rosati and Jake Ivan-Pal, Notre Dame-West Haven: Both posted 1-under 34s at Race Brook CC’s Inner Nine in the Green Knights’ win over Branford.
Ben James and Jackson Roman, Hamden Hall: Earned medalist laurels in the Fairchester League championship meet for the third straight season, this time shooting 74 at Bedford CC in Bedford, N.Y. Jackson Roman fired a 4-under 66 at Oak Ridge CC in Feeding Hill, Massachusetts to set a new tournament record at the Kingswood Invitational Tournament. James finished second with a 68.
Jack Walsh, Old Saybrook: His 36 at Fenwick GC earned him medalist laurels as the Rams only lost to Coginchaug by two strokes (168-170).
Justin Mathew, Northwest Catholic: His 36 at Rockledge GC helped Northwest Catholic edge Hall.
Jackson Fretty, Greenwich: Posted a 34 at the Round Hill Club as Greenwich edged Darien in a matchup of FCIAC unbeatens.
Corey Drummond, Old Lyme: Shot 77 at Stanley GC to earn medalist laurels in the Shoreline Conference tournament.
Dan Doherty, Lyman Hall: An even-par 36 at Alling Memorial GC helped the Trojans beat Wilbur Cross.
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SCC tournament at Race Brook CC, Tuesday, 8 a.m.: Xavier tries to defend its team title against a very stacked group of teams led by Fairfield Prep, Hand, Hamden and Notre Dame-West Haven.
SWC tournament at Ridgewood CC, Tuesday, 8:30 a.m.: Immaculate is the host school and is looking to defend. Pomperaug and Weston are among the teams looking to prevent that from happening.
FCIAC tournament at Fairchild Wheeler GC, Black Course, Thursday, 9:30 a.m.: Can anyone prevent the Greenwich boys and New Canaan girls from reigning supreme again? The Darien boys only lost by one stroke to Greenwich at Round Hill on Wednesday.