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Paek Claims First State Open Title For Rams Girls Golf, Brewster Closes Out Strong Career

Pictured in the middle, Julia Paek earned Cheshire girls' golf's first State Open crown on Friday. Paek is pictured with Waterbury Co-Op's Laniah Moffet (left; second place) and Glastonbury's Morgan Peterson (right; third place). Submitted photo.

by Greg Lederer

Cheshire Sports Media

On Friday, sophomore Julia Paek became the first Cheshire High School girls’ golfer to win the State Open. She shot a 71 (-1 under par) to win by two strokes at Mohegan Sun Golf Club in Baltic.

Back on Monday, Paek won her program’s first Divisional I crown by shooting a 66 at Tashua Knolls Golf Course in Trumbull. She won that match by eight strokes.

Paek has completed her first season with the Rams.

For Cheshire boys on Friday, senior captain Jack Brewster recorded an 82 to finish his career in the State Open.

Jack Brewster swings a club at Mohegan Sun Golf Club in Baltic.

Saturday’s varsity schedule:

Girls’ Outdoor Track and Field

Senior Squirrel Lanz is set to compete in the 100- and 300-meter hurdles in the New England Interscholastic Championship at the University of New Hampshire. Track events are scheduled to begin at 10:30 a.m.

Softball (top seed, 25-1)

Cheshire takes a 21-game win streak into the Class LL final against defending champion Fairfield Ludlowe (seventh seed, 21-5) at University of Connecticut’s Burrill Family Field. Start time is 1 p.m.

The Rams seek their first crown since beating Amity, 5-0, to complete a 27-0 season in 2016.

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