May 05, 2019
North Georgia High School Golf Classic
Friday and Saturday, May 3-4 at Achasta Golf Club
While inclement weather shortened the North Georgia High School Golf Classic to one round, it did not dampen the play of the Bears who fashioned a fourth-place finish in the 17-team field.
Senior Blake Farbman and sophomore Jake Peacock shot subpar rounds of -3 and -1, respectively. Farbman's stellar play included five birdies and 12 pars. He was rewarded for his effort with a third-place, individual finish. Peacock recorded a pair of birdies and an eagle on his way to a season-low 71. He finished tied for seventh. Senior Ryan Demit and junior Coleman Leathers rounded out the Bears scoring. They each shot 78.
Area 3AAAAAA Boy's Golf Tournament
Tuesday, April 30 at White Columns Country Club
The Bears certainly made the most of their opportunity when they hosted the Area 3AAAAAA Boy's Golf Tournament at White Columns Country Club.
Cambridge played some of its best golf of the season in finishing second with a score of 6-over 294. The Bears' runner-up finish secured a bid to the State Tournament for the seventh consecutive season. Senior Blake Farbman paved the way for Cambridge with an even-par round of 72. His teammates were not far behind. Senior Hogan Losch shot a season-best 73; sophomore Jake Peacock chipped in a 74 and senior Ryan Demit posted a 75. Junior Coleman Leathers also turned in a solid round with a 76.
Billy Peek High School Invitational at Chateau Elan (Woodlands Course)
Friday & Saturday, April 26-27
The Bears finished 11th at the two-day Billy Peek Invitational at the Woodlands Course at Chateau Elan. Cambridge shot a two-round total of 666. Senior Blake Farbman paced the Bears with a low round of 160 (82-78). He was followed by senior Cal Winch at 163 (81-82); junior Coleman Leathers with a 170 (81-89) and junior James Campbell at 173 (89-84).
JV GOLF RESULTS
Cambridge 153, Milton 203
Wednesday, April 24 at White Columns Country Club
Cambridge 178, Milton 195
Thursday, April 25 at Atlanta National Golf Club
Any time you compete against your neighbor, bragging rights are on the line. Such was the case when Cambridge and Milton, which are separated by only a few miles, got together for a home-and-home series.
The Bears took both nine-hole matches. Cambridge won the opener at White Columns Country Club, 153-203. Coleman Leathers was the model of consistency. The junior put together nine straight pars for a round of 36. Sophomore Jake Peacock's 37 was one stroke off Leather's pace. Junior Owen Furr and sophomore Griffin Sasdi rounded out the scoring for Cambridge with scores of 43.
In the rematch one day later at Atlanta National Golf Club, a short-handed Cambridge — the Bears only fielded four players — made it two straight victories, 178-195. Sophomores Jack Unold and Griffin Sasdi paced the Bears with scores of 43 and 44, respectively. Junior Owen Furr contributed a round of 45 and fellow junior James Campbell shot a 46.