Old South wins MSGA team

April 10, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Mike Paxson chipped in for a birdie on the third extra hole to give Old South Country Club a victory over the Naval Academy during the first round of the Maryland State Golf Association's annual team matches yesterday.

Baltimore area

Chantilly Manor def. Hillendale, 15 1/2 -2 1/2

Piney Branch def. Elkridge, 11 1/2 -6 1/2

Baltimore CC def. Maryland Golf, 10 1/2 -7 1/2

Cumberland def. Fountain Head, 10-8

Chestnut Ridge def. WestWinds, 10-8

CC Maryland def. Woodholme, 14-4

Chartwell def. Eagle's Nest, 9 1/2 -8 1/2

Green Spring def. Beaver Creek, 11-7

Nassawango def. Swan Creek, 10-8

Green Hill def. Chester River, 11-7

Talbot def. Cambridge, 11-7

Caroline def. The Beach Club, 12-6

Hunt Valley def. Suburban, 17 1/2 - 1/2

Sparrows Point def. Prospect Bay, 9-9 (playoff)

Bonnie View def. Rolling Road, 9-9 (playoff)

Crofton def. Wakefield Valley, 10-8

Washington area

Congressional, bye

Hobbit's Glen def. Indian Spring, 9 1/2 -8 1/2

Port America def. Redgate, NA

Norbeck def. Montgomery Village, NA

Glenn Dale, bye

Woodmont def. Robin Dale, NA

Woodmore def. Lakewood, NA

Chevy Chase def. Annapolis, NA

Columbia, bye

Walden def. VWF-Frederick, 9-9 (playoff)

Manor def. Bretton Woods, NA

Turf Valley def. Montgomery, 10 1/2 -7 1/2

Argyle, bye

Kenwood def. Bethesda, 10-8

Holly Hills def. Cattail Creek, 12-6

Old South def. Naval Academy, 9-9 (playoff)

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