Magee, Mundelein thrive at Bittersweet

 
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Updated 8/29/2015 9:13 PM

Mundelein's boys golf team turned in one of the most impressive performances in its history Saturday.

Led by Ryan Magee's 73, the Mustangs shot a 301 in winning the Warren invite at Bittersweet Golf Club in Gurnee. Mundelein edged Loyola Academy, which also carded a 301, on a fifth-score tiebreaker. Lake Forest (302) was a shot back in third place, while Highland Park (303) and Stevenson (304) placed fourth and fifth in the 16-team field, as just three strokes separated the top five squads.

 

Magee's round earned him fourth place. Mundelein's Tyler White (75, ninth), Nick Chuma (76) and Brett Parola (77) also broke 80. Mikey Nieckula's 80 was the difference for the Mustangs.

Highland Park's Noah Fishbein was the medalist with a 70.

Stevenson placed Kamaren Sandhu (74, fifth) and Jake Labow (75, eighth) in the top 10. The Patriots also counted James Dvorak's 77 and Zach Orlowsky's 78. Jackson Bussell had a 79.

Libertyville (317, eighth) received 79s from Jacob Mueller, George Frangos and Miitch Kenston.

Riley Ley's 77 led Carmel (328, ninth), while host Warren (336, 11th) got a 77 from Trevor Britton.

St. Viator prevails: The Lions' top team took top honors on Saturday in the invational they hosted, finishing at 300 on the layout at Old Orchard.

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St. Viator's John Carlson earned medalist honors with a 70, just ahead of Edwardsville's Justin Hemmings (71).

Edwardsville placed second in the team race at 303, ahead of Lyon (312), North Shore Country Day (314) and Loyola (320) in a 13-team field.

St. Viator's Liam Warner was in a group of three tied at 76.

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