Loyola edges Stevenson in low-scoring event

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Perfect weather conditions led the near-perfect scoring on Saturday at the annual McDermand Invitational tournament hosted by Lake Forest at Lake Bluff Golf Course.

Four teams were under 310 for a four-player, 18-hole team scoring, with Loyola (303), beating Stevenson (304), New Trier (307) and Lake Forest (308) to win the team title.

The individual title went to Will Connelly of New Trier who shot a 1-under 71.

The other area schools competing were Warren, Highland Park, Libertyville, Carmel, Vernon Hills and Antioch.

Among individuals, Stevenson’s Jason Gohde shot 72, Warren senior Jack Hansen had a 73, Stevenson’s Kameren Sandhu shot 76, and Lake Forest’s Elliot Georges and Jack Garrity each shot 76.

Vernon Hills’ best was an 80 by Ricky Schmidt, Dillon Kreutzer led Antioch with an 80, Mike Roy led Carmel with a 78, Tony Salazar led Libertyville with an 84, and Noah Fishbein led Highland Park with a 77.

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