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Varsity Boys Golf

Schedule

vs.
Grace Christian School
Lochmere Golf Course
Win 152-179
vs.
Ravenscroft School
Carolina Country Club
Loss 328-311
vs.
Forsyth Country Day School
Tanglewood Country Club
<None Specified>
vs.
Cary Academy
Prestonwood Country Club
<None Specified>
CANCELLED
vs.
Cary Christian School
Governers Club
<None Specified>
vs.
Arendell Parrott Academy
Kinston Country Club
Loss 310-306
vs.
EPIC Championship
Kinston Country Club
Loss 301-298

Roster

  • Davis Adams
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Wells Armes
    2019
    Raleigh, NC
  • Wells Conway
    2019
    Raleigh, NC
  • Christian Conway
    2022
    Raleigh, NC
  • Heyward George
    2021
    Raleigh, NC
  • Michael LaSasso
    2022
  • Matt Messenger
    2021
  • Bryan Pennington
    2020
    Raleigh, NC
  • Parker Smith
    2019
    Raleigh, NC
  • Cole Whitford
    2020
    Raleigh, NC
  • David Wiley
    2020
    Raleigh, NC
  • Harold Zhang
    2021

Coaches

Team Stories

Steve Barnes

The varsity golf Warriors claimed their first 3A state title Tuesday at the Bryan Park Golf Club’s Champions course. St. David’s shot a four-man team total of 314 on Tuesday after a 303 total on Monday, giving them a 34 shot victory over Parrott Academy and Forsyth Country Day, who tied for second place . Freshmen Michael LaSasso and Davis Adams finished one and two in the individual standings. LaSasso, who shot an even par 72 Monday and a 75 Tuesday, is the first Warriors state medalist since Parker Gillam won in 2016. Adams finished one shot back after a 76 Tuesday. "We played for redemption after we finished second in our conference tournament last week," said coach Chris Wilson. "We played great golf and are very proud to bring the trophy back to St. David's for the third time in seven years." The Warriors captured back-to-back 2A state titles in 2016 and ’17 and finished second last spring.

Steve Barnes

The varsity golf team finished second in the EPIC tournament match held Monday at the Kinston Country Club. Parrott Academy won the event with a four-man total of 298 (14 over par). SDS was second at 303 followed by Grace Christian at 346. Cary Christian’s Luke Edwards earned conference Golfer of the Year honors with a one under par 70 to take medalist honors playing as an individual.  Davis Adams had the Warriors low score of one over par 72, followed by Wells Armes at 75, Michael LaSasso at 76 and Matt Messenger at 78. “It was a perfect day for golf and we competed well,” said coach Chris Wilson. “We’ll use the next few days to get ready for the state meet and hope to do our best.” The Bryan Park Championship Course in Greensboro is the site of the 3A meet May 13thand 14th.

Steve Barnes

The varsity golf Warriors wrapped up the regular season with a third place finish behind Broughton and Ravenscroft in a match-up of area powerhouses Thursday at Lonnie Poole Golf Course in Raleigh. Warriors shot a four-man team score of 315 on the par 72 layout. The Ravens were second at 311, while Broughton won with a 302. Wells Armes, Parker Smith and Michael LaSasso led SDS with six over par 78s. Wells Conway shot 81 to complete the team score. Next up is Monday’s EPIC tournament at the Kinston Country Club hosted by Parrott Academy. 

Steve Barnes

The St. David’s varsity golf team finished four shots behind Parrott Academy in Monday’s match at the Kinston Country Club. The host school shot a four-man team total of 306 on the par 72 course, while the Warriors came in at 310. Grace Christian was third at 376. Davis Adams led SDS with a two-over par 74, which was two shots behind the Parrott medalist. Michael LaSasso (77), Parker Smith (79) and Heyward George (80) completed the team score. “We did well on a beautiful day for golf,” said coach Chris Wilson. “Course conditions were excellent and we put up some solid numbers.”

Steve Barnes

The varsity golf Warriors finished fifth out of 20 public and private schools at the Pinehurst Invitational High School Tournament Thursday at Pinehurst #8-The Centennial Course. New Bern HS won the team title with a two under par 286, while St. David’s shot its second-lowest team total of the year at 303. “We did well against a strong field,” said coach Chris Wilson. “This course is one of the most difficult to navigate because of the precise tee shots needed to be close to the pin. The greens are some of the biggest we play and the hardest to read at times.” Freshman Michael LaSasso shot an even par 72 to lead SDS. Davis Adams (74), Parker Smith (77) and Wells Armes (80) completed the Warriors team score.