Rebels, Comets return to action

Published 11:45 pm Friday, March 29, 2013

LAPLACE – Riverside, St. Charles Catholic and E.D. White squared off in a three team match Monday at Riverlands Golf and Country Club with E.D. White capturing the victory on a team score of 167.
Riverside posted a team score of 174, while St. Charles Catholic posted a team score of 201.
E.D. White was led by Scott Ford. He posted the low score (38) of the match. Zane Andrews posted a score of 42. Parker Ford posted a score of 43 and Will Dupont posted a score of 44.
Riverside was led by Deuce Wallace who posted a score of 41.
Sean Flynn and Cory Costanza each posted a score of 42. Austin Glidden posted a score of 49.
“It was nice to have Sean Flynn back on the course after missing the last 2 matches due a to throat infection,” said Riverside coach Roy Aubert. “He was a little tired after walking 9 holes but I am sure he will be fine for our next match on Wednesday at Lakewood in New Orleans.”
St. Charles Catholic was led by Cameron Torres. He posted a score of 40 for the Comets. Dalton Landry posted a score of 53. Emile Cupit and Jason Andrepont both shot 54.
St. Charles coach Gary Zeringue said that the early part of the season has been a growing process for a young team, one that lost an upper-tier player in Lance Perrilloux to graduation last year.
“We’re young and inexperienced,” said Zeringue. “We’ve had a slow start against some tough competition, but that’s to be expected given the caliber of some of the guys we’ve lost over the past three years. When you walk out of the gates with guys shooting a 39, 40 and 41, you’ve got room to play with. Otherwise, not so much.
“But we have a team of guys who I’m excited to coach and who are putting the work in. It’ll just take us a little time to gel.”
On Wednesday, Riverside returned to action at Lakewood Country Club in New Orleans in a match also featuring which featured Newman and John Curtis. Newman and Riverside Academy each posted a team score of 165 and John Curtis posted a 187.
Riverside was led by Flynn and Costanza. They each posted the low match score of 37. Wallace posted a score of 39 for the Rebels. Austin Glidden posted a score of 52.
“Sean could have easily shot a sub par round in this match,” said Aubert. “He birdied No. 2 and No. 4 and missed birdie putts on both par 5’s and missed par putts on 3 holes for bogeys.
“Cory played a very solid 9 hole match. He missed a few birdie putts and had eight pars in a row with a bogey on the last hole. Deuce could have posted a round of 37 also. He three-putted a par 4 for a double bogey and then had a two-putt bogey on hole six.”
Newman was led by Joe Maruri with a score of 38. Russel Gardner posted a 41 and Will McNeal posted a score of 42. James Gilbert posted a score of 44.
John Curtis was led by Josh Belleau with a score of 43. Dewey Bruce and Trey Palmer both posted scores of 47 and Jason Johnston posted a score of 50.
Riverside and St. Charles each will play Monday in an 18-hole event at Belle Terre Country Club in LaPlace. They will face E.D. White and Destrehan in a four-team match.