Pikesville ends 2-decade streak by Dulaney in golf

September 03, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sparked by Andy Hoffman's 33 on the front nine, Pikesville handed Dulaney's golf team an 11-7 defeat -- its first loss in any Baltimore County match in more than two decades -- at Longview Wednesday.

Hoffman, who finished with a 44 in his 12-hole match and contributed three points to the team score, got support from Sam Grilli's 2 1/2 points, Jasson Sieden, Steve Hoffman, Alex Scher and Jordan Steinfelder.

"The Dulaney coaches said they had gone back more than 20 years and couldn't find the last time they lost," said Pikesville's sixth-year coach Jerry Miller. "This a match we look forward to every year. We always look forward to playing Dulaney, and this is something we'd always hoped to do."

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