Going low: Hommel leads area’s top boys golf scores

Kingston junior Jake Hommel’s 4-under-par 32 at Wiltwyck Golf Club stands as the top score this season. Hommel seeks his third straight Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association Open title Monday at West Point Golf Course.

As boys golf hits its final week of the regular season, here’s a list of the low 9-hole scores this spring.

32, 4-under

Jake Hommel, Kingston, West Hills, April 24
35, 1-under
Dylan Barone, Valley Central, Otterkill, May 4
Matt Dickson, Washingtonville, Warwick Valley, April 26
Dan Goetze, Cornwall, Storm King, May 4
Josh Kienz, Valley Central, Wiltwyck, April 18
Josh Kienz, Valley Central, Otterkill, April 20
36, even-par
Dylan Barone, Valley Central, Wiltwyck, April 18
Mike Bertotti, Cornwall, Lynx at River Bend, April 26
Matt Dickson, Washingtonville, Town of Wallkill, April 28
Matt Dickson, Washingtonville, Mansion, May 3
Dan Goetze, Cornwall, Storm King, May 1
Jake Hommel, Kingston, Wiltwyck, April 18
Jake Hommel, Kingston, Wiltwyck, April 27
Matt Dickson, Washingtonville, Mansion Ridge, May 3
37, 1-over
Brandon Bell, Minisink Valley, Green Ridge, April 21
Matt Dickson, Washingtonville, Mansion Ridge, April 19
Donte Groppuso, Kingston, Wiltwyck, April 27
Jake Hommel, Kingston, Wiltwyck, May 1
Joey Jones, Monroe-Woodbury, Falkirk, April 26
Scott Kleeschulte, Kingston, West Hills, April 24
Scott Kleeschulte, Kingston, Wiltwyck, May 1
Justin Pucci, Goshen, Stony Ford, May 1
Nick Sadowski, Monticello, West Hills, May 3
Josh Wimer, James I. O’Neill, Stony Ford, April 26

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