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2013 High School Boys Golf All Grade: 12Vital stats: On his way to a team best 39.83 stroke average, Mahlke won the 44th Annual Dutchess County Golf Coaches Invitational with a 1 over par 73 at McCann Memorial Golf Course. Mahlke helped the Admirals claim their seventh straight league title and finish third in the Section 1 Conference I Team Championship, ending the season with a 20 1 overall record. Headed to Central Connecticut State University to continue his golf career, Mahlke carded a two day total of 155 at the Section 1 Championship, missing a trip to the state tournament by one stroke.Quotable: "His determination and dedication to improving all the aspects of his game will serve to make him an even better player than he is already in coming years," Arlington coach Marty Gaw said. "He has the ability to be successful with any shot he takes on the course in any conditions." "I was just impressed by what a gentleman he is. He was such a positive influence on my kids on how the game should be played," said Roy C. Ketcham co coach Bill Roos, lauding Mahlke for his demeanor on the course, as well as his willingness to share tips and his knowledge of the rules with his competitors from Ketcham. "He's just a really pleasant kid to be around."School: Spackenkill Grade: 9Vital stats: The freshman capped his third year with the Spartans by tying for 81st overall at the state championship tournament. Garrant averaged 40.08 strokes each match. He tied for fifth at the Dutchess County Golf Coaches Invitational, finished eighth at the Section 9 championship tournament, and helped Spackenkill win the Mid Hudson Athletic League team title.Quotable: "This young, talented golfer is well known throughout the league. He earned a lot of praise from the top players at Casperkill (Golf Club) in the second round of sectionals," Spackenkill coach Keith Humphreys said. "He is a polite, respectful golfer and represents Spackenkill well on and off the golf course. He works very hard on his game and is always willing to share his knowledge of the game with his teammates. It's was another amazing season for this player, and there is still a lot of golf left in his Spackenkill career."School: Roy C. Ketcham Grade: 12Vital stats: A four year member of the Indians' squad who capped his career with all league honors, Leslie boasted a stroke differential of 6.2 and had five sub 40 rounds. On his way to Binghamton University, Leslie tied for third place at the Dutchess County Golf Coaches Invitational after scoring a 78.Quotable: "He's a really steady player," said Ketcham co coach Bill Roos, who called the lefty "a guy with a nice touch" who is fundamentally sound. "He's not flashy, but has very good technique and is consistent off the tee, which always puts him in good shape.''School: New Paltz Grade: 11Vital stats: The junior shot a 1 over par 72 at Apple Greens Golf Course to nab second place at the MHAL Section 9 qualifier, punching his ticket to the sectional tournament. For the season, Pesavento averaged fewer than 40 strokes per match.Quotable: "He's a good player and had one bad hole at the Section 9 tournament, and that kept him from advancing," New Paltz coach Kieran Bell said.Cullen Spang Grade: 12Vital stats: A four year starter, Spang turned in a 79 at the Dutchess County Golf Coaches Invitational, contributing to Arlington's league title. The senior averaged 40.25 strokes each match, finished with a two day total of 156 at the Section 1 championship tournament, missing a trip to states by just two strokes, and he added two rounds of 36 to his final season.Quotable: "Cullen has been our version of Rory McIlroy with his quiet demeanor and unflappable knack of staying composed," Arlington coach Marty Gaw said. "As a freshman when leading our scoring in a match at McCann vs. Roy C. Ketcham, he stood back and barely cracked a smile. When he finishes a round, you can never tell by his expression whether he's shot a 34 or double bogeyed the final three holes of a match. At the same time, he is an intense competitor as well as a gentleman and has an exceptionally high golf IQ."Ian WilsonSchool: Spackenkill Grade: 12Vital stats: After earning medalist honors in nine of the Spartans' 12 regular season matches, Wilson shot a two day total of 159 at the Section 9 championship tournament, earning a bid to the state tournament, where he finished 75th overall. Wilson and teammate Greg Allen each carded a 39 at the MHAL tournament, pacing the Spartans to victory. On the season, Wilson averaged 39.42 strokes per match.Quotable: "Ian has made great strides throughout his golf career with Spackenkill," Humphreys said. "I remember six years ago Ian showing up for his first golf practice on a team that had six great junior golfers that ended up with 22 years of experience as seniors. One look at Ian's game and all I heard from those juniors was, 'I want to play golf with him.' Throughout that season those juniors shared their practices with Ian, helping him with his game and determination to become a better golfer. ? Ian's been a great captain over the past two seasons, as he continually tries to help players on the team."Arlington: Lou Castellani, Ryan Mackey, Jared Shan, Nick Turenchalk; Beacon: James McQuade, Christopher Sbarra; Franklin D. Roosevelt: Shaun Cimorelli, James Cruger, Troy Farley, Jeffrey Peters; Highland: Chris Mandia; John Jay: Kyle Hover; Marlboro: Ryan Haight; Millbrook: Tyler Prater, Jordan Stein; Our Lady of Lourdes: Tyler Estremera, Kevin Ventosa; Pine Plains: Rob Galm, Angie Miller Latin, Rob VanKleeck; Rhinebeck: Max Berger; Spackenkill: Greg Allen, Jeff Bell, Timmy Gugumuck, Erik Stauderman, Shawn WileMarty GawVital stats: The Admirals' longtime coach guided his team to an undefeated regular season and its 10th league championship in 12 years, In addition, his team placed two players within two strokes of qualifying for the state tournament and boasted the champion at the 44th Annual Dutchess County Golf Coaches Invitational, among other accomplishments.