One of the most prestigious high school invitationals in Northeast Ohio, the Kiely Cup is a two-day tournament held at Canterbury Country Club. The invitational always features some of the best teams in Ohio.
This year, the Kiely Cup had to be shortened from two days to one, as rain washed out the festivities on Sunday. The golfers experienced a chilly, cloudy Monday but played well in the elements.
As a team, the Wildcats finished eighth out of 15 squads with a score of 336. Dublin Jerome won the tourney with a solid round of 303, and Green's Maxwell Moldavon earned medalist honors with a one-under round of 71.
Andrew Kaye and Topher Reed guided the way for the Wildcats. The junior and the freshman each tallied scores of 82 in the team's first tournament since August 26.
Ross Williamson and Andrew Martin followed close behind. The two carded scores of 86 at afternoon's end. Nick Longano rounded out the Golf Cats with a tally of 88.
The varsity Wildcats will return to the course on Saturday. The Golf Cats will head to Lakewood Country Club for the St. Edward Invitational.