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Drew McGoldrick of St. Anthony's is congratulated by coach Chris Koepplin during the CHSAA boys individual golf championship on Monday at Eisenhower Park. Credit: Dawn McCormick By Peter Kersich June 7, 2021 7:18 PM A chip and a putt. That was the difference in deciding a winner between Andrew McGoldrick and Dean Muratore at Monday’s NSCHSAA boys golf league tournament on Eisenhower Red. The St. Anthony’s teammates each hit their second shot behind the green on the par-4 18th, the first hole of a sudden death playoff. McGoldrick was the first to play his third shot. He landed a beautiful chip within a foot or two of the hole and proceeded to tap in for par. Muratore’s chip rolled past the hole, and his ensuing par putt slid beyond the cup, giving McGoldrick the NSCHSAA individual title. "The lie was pretty good. I took a sand wedge out of my bag and knew I just had to get it going because it was downhill," said McGoldrick of his chip. "I probably carried it five yards, and gravity took it the rest of the way." SEE PHOTOS Photos: CHSAA boys golf individual championship ...
Allison Amoruso of St. Anthony's assess her drive off the tenth tee at the CHSAA High School girls golf individual championships on Tuesday, June 1, 2021 at Eisenhower Park. Credit: Dawn McCormick By Peter Kersich Newsday Allison Amoruso waited two years to defend her NSCHSGAA golf title, and when finally presented with the opportunity, she seized the moment. Amoruso led her St. Anthony’s teammate Kaitlyn Browne by two strokes playing the par-5, 18th hole on Tuesday at Eisenhower Blue. She was faced with a 10-foot par putt on the final hole, approached the ball and drained it. Browne put her second shot on the 18th within three feet of the hole. She had a chance at eagle to tie Amoruso, but the putt lipped out. Amoruso shot a 5-over par 77 to repeat as champion, and Browne was second with a 78. SEE PHOTOS Photos: CHSAA girls golf championships ...