February 24, 2024

CHS CHAMPS: Scaysbrook and Cascio Top The Class

Ella Scaysbrook and Sam Cascio - 2023 NSW CHS Champions

Ella Scaysbrook of Macquarie College (CIS) and Sam Cascio from Corrimal High School (South Coast) have been crowned the 2023 NSWCHS All Schools Champions.

Taking a two shot lead into the final round, Scaysbrook carded a blemish free 5 under par round to secure the title over her nearest rival Michelle Bang of Marsden High School (Sydney North) who had another impressive round of 4 under par to finish three shots behind in second place.

Scaysbrook finished on 12 under par and was very happy with the way she played over the past three days to secure the title.

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Jake Riley from Toronto High School (Hunter) carded seven birdies in his brilliant round of 5 under par only to fall short by two shots of Sam Cascio from Corrimal High School (South Coast) who finished with another solid round of two under par

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Claiming his maiden Club Championship at Wollongong Golf Club, followed up by his maiden JNJG Macarthur Juniors win last week, Cascio is running hot by adding his third title to his growing resume now with the NSWCHS School Championship.

The Tony Starr Challenge was once again claimed by CHS who finished with a total of 2199. CIS finished in second with 2247 and CCC with 2303.

Tony Stair Challenge – FINAL Leaderboard
CHS – 2199
CIS – 2247
CCC – 2303

Top 16 girls and Top 16 boys will play in tomorrow’s Final Round, to determine who will be selected to represent the NSWCHS State Team in QLD later in the year.

Sam Cascio CHS Championships
Sam Cascio contends at the 2023 CHS Golf Championships

DAY 2: Cascio, Scaysbrook continue to Shine

Sam Cascio (South Coast) will take a one shot lead into  day three over Chayse Thorpe (Sydney West) who fired the best round of the day, three under par (69) with four birdies and one bogey on his card.

In windy conditions, Kayun Mudadana (Sydney East) and Ian Kim (Sydney East) both rocketed up the leaderboard with impressive rounds of two under par  in the boys division.

Ella Scaysbrook (CIS)  followed up her brilliant round yesterday with another three under par round today in round 2 of the NSWCHSSA Golf Championships. In a round that included six birdies and three bogeys.

Scaysbrook (CIS) will take a two shot lead into round three over Michelle Bang (Sydney North) who fought back from a slow start on the front nine to card a one under par round.

Ella Murray (Western) was able to move up the leaderboard, with a solid round of one under par to put herself back in the picture for NSWCHSSA Selection.

In the Tony Starr Challenge,  The CHS team extended their overnight lead on day two and now well clear of the CIS team who sit on 1503 and the CCC teams who are on 1543.

Tony Stair Challenge – Leaderboard DAY TWO
CHS – 1472
CIS – 1503
CCC – 1543

On a day where the boys found it tough, there were a trio of girls made it look easy at the 2023 NSW Combined High School (CHS) Championships
On a day where the boys found it tough, a trio of girls including Michelle Bang, pictured, made it look easy at the 2023 NSW Combined High School (CHS) Championships.

DAY 1: Trio Lead The Class at NSW CHS Championships

On a day where the boys found it tough, there were a trio of girls made it look easy at the 2023 NSW Combined High School (CHS) Championships. 

Ella Scaysbrook (CIS), Lara Thomsen (CCC) and Michelle Bang (Sydney North) sit on top of the leaderboard with impressive rounds of 4 under par.

Scaysbrook (CIS) produced six bridies on her card with the only blemish coming on hole 15 with a double bogey. Michelle Bang (Sydney North) had six birdies and two bogeys, while Lara Thomsen (CCC) had an eagle to accompany her three birdies and one bogey.

A further one shot behind is current Australian Junior Champion Ann Jang (Sydney East) who fired a tidy 3 under par and is sitting in a handy position.

In the boys division, on the back on his maiden JNJG win at the Macarthur Juniors, South Coast’s Sam Cascio carded a 2 under par round to be followed closely by Harrison Robb (CIS) who was solid with a 1 under par round of his own.

Vidur Subramaniam and Harry Atkinson (CIS) are both a further one shot back sitting at even par.

In the Tony Stair Challenge,  The CHS team take a handy lead on 11 shots after Day 1 over the CIS team and a further 7 shots ahead of CCC team.

Tony Stair Challenge – Leaderboard DAY ONE
CHS – 741
CIS – 752
CCC – 759

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