WESTFIELD – Bergen Catholic is making its case as the most productive golfing staff within the northern part of New Jersey.

The Crusaders gained Monday’s prestigious 20th annual Blue Satan Invitational, which options a number of of the elite systems in North Jersey.

Bergen Catholic gained with a shoot-six, count-five rating of 383 to complete 8 pictures forward of North Hunterdon and 9 forward of Watchung Hills, the reigning NJSIAA Crew four champion.

“I believed we performed terrific,” mentioned Bergen Catholic trainer Jim Jacobsen, whose staff can problem for subsequent month’s Event of Champions. “The truth that our worst rating used to be an 80, and everybody else used to be within the 70s – it’s a really perfect staff effort.”

Host Westfield continues to enhance and shot 394 to tie for fourth with Oratory Prep at wet Echo Lake Nation Membership in a 15-team box that integrated six of remaining yr’s best 8 finishers on the TOC.

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St. Peter’s Prep junior Edmund Broderick, one in all 9 gamers competing as people  within the 98-player box, gained the person name with 1-under-par 70 on a route that performed longer than 6,542 yards on account of the rain.

Bergen Catholic stellar

Senior Will Celiberti, a number of the state’s absolute best golfers, led Bergen Catholic with a 72 that positioned him fourth by the use of a fit of playing cards. Senior Brandon Valvano and freshman Thomas O’Neill shot 77 apiece, sophomore Charlie Cummings 78 and freshman Liam White 79.

“It used to be nice to look our staff play smartly via tricky stipulations,” mentioned Celiberti, who had one birdie and two bogeys. “And it’s excellent to look [freshmen] Tom O’Neill and Liam White struggle again.”

North Hunterdon displays intensity

North Hunterdon had a trio shoot 77 or higher to earn 2d position. Erik Stevens shot 72 and used to be 3rd by the use of fit of playing cards, at the back of Garrett Kessler of West Essex. Dalton Van Esselstyn shot 74 and Mike Kochanowski 77 for the Lions. Lucas McClintock shot 83 and Ashley Liu 85.

“We performed smartly,” North Hunterdon trainer Kirk Hissner mentioned. “I used to be a bit apprehensive about our 5th scorer on this event, and Liu shot 85. So I sought after our 5th and 6th gamers to shoot within the 80s, and the remainder of the staff needed to cross low, and Eric Stevens did that.”

Westfield on the upward push

Westfield’s 394 featured 4 rankings within the 70s and displays it may make noise within the North Crew four sectional. Colin Summers shot 75, George Snell 77, Nicholas Conti 78 and Jason Lee 79.

“With golfing, you wish to have to check out to paintings and get ready to height on the proper time,” Westfield trainer Ryan Daly mentioned. “And with a event like this, it’s a superb opportunity to play in opposition to the most productive groups within the state within the North. The perfect is that we’re operating in opposition to peaking at our county event and our sectional event.”

Delbarton good points enjoy

Delbarton gained the unofficial struggle for Morris County with a 406 that used to be 9 strokes higher than Morristown-Beard, the protecting Morris County champion. Drew Mulcahy shot 73 to complete 5th, and Stephen Bicks 79 as the Inexperienced Wave completed 7th.

“We had a few guys nowadays who had by no means performed a highschool event sooner than,” Delbarton trainer Sean Flanagan mentioned, “so it’s excellent publicity, and Drew Mulcahy shot a heck of a rating.”

St. Peter’s Broderick is absolute best

Broderick earned his particular person name through two strokes with a scorecard that confirmed one eagle, 3 birdies, two bogeys and a double-bogey.

“The object I did absolute best used to be I used to be simply affected person,” mentioned Broderick, who lives in Bayonne in Hudson County. “I simply plodded my manner across the golfing route and didn’t take the rest as a right, even if I’d stripe one down the center. I used to be simply going heart of the golf green, heart of the golf green, and simply letting the putts fall.”

20th Blue Satan Invitational    

At Echo Lake CC, Westfield    

Par: 71; Yardage: 6,542  

Structure: Shoot-six, count-five rankings     

Staff rankings   

Bergen Catholic 383

North Hunterdon 391

Watchung Hills 392

Oratory Prep 394

Westfield 394

Blair 401

Delbarton 406

Cranford 411

Hunterdon Central 413

Morristown-Beard 415

Scotch Plains-Fanwood 421

Seton Corridor Prep 426

West Essex 430

Northern Valley at Previous Tappan 434

Immaculata 442


Edmund Broderick, St. Peter’s 70

Garrett Kessler, West Essex 72

Erik Stevens, North Hunterdon 72

Will Celiberti, Bergen Catholic 72

Drew Mulcahy, Delbarton 73

Dalton VanEsselstyn, North Hunterdon 74

Jimmy Bagdonas, Scotch Plains-Fanwood 74

Colin Summers, Westfield 75

Johnny Bush, Cranford 75

Brian Li, Blair 76

Liam Larkin, Watchung Hills 76

Arnav Awasthi, Millburn 76

George Snell, Westfield 77

Mike Kochanowski, North Hunterdon 77

Brandon Valvano, Bergen Catholic 77

Thomas O’Neill, Bergen Catholic 77

Michael McCrone, Hunterdon Central 77

PJ O’Rourke, Blair 77

Connor Snow, Oratory Prep 77

Michael Gallagher, Pingry 77

Dominic Scelba, DePaul 77

Jack Conforth, Summit 77

Nicholas Conti, Westfield 78

Charlie Cummings, Bergen Catholic 78

Dylan Zhang, Blair 78

Sean Vowells, Oratory Prep 78

Brad Pinho, Watchung Hills 78

Gavin Rau, Immaculata 78

Jason Lee, Westfield 79

Stephen Bicks, Delbarton 79

Liam White, Bergen Catholic 79

Conor Handley, Seton Corridor Prep 79

Robbie Donnelly, Blair 79

Mike Schneider, Cranford 79

Alex Felitto, Oratory Prep 79

Pete Byrne, Oratory Prep 79

Clement Shao, Watchung Hills 79

Austin Liao, Watchung Hills 79

Sushant Ramesh, Millburn 79

Max Cataldo, NV/Previous Tappan 80

Leo Turi, Bergen Catholic 80

Joseph Lostumbo, Hunterdon Central 80

Evan Bujnowski, Watchung Hills 80

Matt Karrat, Morristown-Beard 81

Paul Detre, Morristown-Beard 81

Nolin Shah-Dutta, Seton Corridor Prep 81

John Clarke, Oratory Prep 81

Miguel Fontora, Scotch Plains-Fanwood 81

Lucas McClintock, North Hunterdon 83

Owen Magnier, Delbarton 83

Tom Polanski, Morristown-Beard 83

Dean Manfra, Cranford 83

Christian Badalamenti, Delbarton 84

Joseph DePaulo, Morristown-Beard 84

Liam Graham, Hunterdon Central 84

Elliot Parker, Cranford 84

Joe Olivera, Immaculata 84

Burke Pagano, Pingry 84

Derek Weaver, Hackettstown 84

John Humiston, Westfield 85

Ashley Liu, North Hunterdon 85

Tanner Little, Hunterdon Central 85

Patrick Blaesser, Seton Corridor Prep 85

Jonathan Yu, Scotch Plains-Fanwood 85

Ava Lozito, West Essex 85

Caden Strauss, Morristown-Beard 86

Matt Smollen, Seton Corridor Prep 86

Dean Troiano, West Essex 86

Jake Torres, NV/Previous Tappan 87

Chad Schuster, NV/Previous Tappan 87

Chase Millar, Delbarton 87

Joseph Kepic, Hunterdon Central 87

James Bucknam, Delbarton 88

Will DiGircomo, Watchung Hills 88

Jimmy Sapp, Immaculata 88

Jarrod Orioli, Westfield 89

Aaron Track, NV/Previous Tappan 89

Charles Lord, Summit 89

Tom Gilmartin, Cranford 90

Andrew Yu, Scotch Plains-Fanwood 90

Brendan Huelbig, West Essex 90

Ryan Slee, NV/Previous Tappan 91

Hiy Do, Blair 91

Patrick Bourke, Scotch Plains-Fanwood 91

John Williamson, Scotch Plains-Fanwood 92

James Davies, NV/Previous Tappan 93

Aron Gianchandani, Oratory Prep 93

Andrew Fielding, North Hunterdon 94

Kaz Hirata, Blair 94

Pat Fravenheim, Immaculata 94

Matt Adelman, Morristown-Beard 95

Marco Zando, Seton Corridor Prep 95

Jude Scerbo, Seton Corridor Prep 95

Brian Langa, Hunterdon Central 96

Max Wischusen, Cranford 97

Seth Katz, West Essex 97

Zach Helleis, Immaculata 98

Anthony Slekis, West Essex 99

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