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Studies have shown that teams with players who root for each other and work together are more likely to experience success than those who don’t. The Annville-Cleona golf team has entered the fall season with high expecations, and it may be that the Little Dutchmen have uncovered their formula for success.

But just because the Little Dutchmen are working together, doesn’t mean they don’t need somone to show the way.

On Monday at Honey Brook Golf Course, Ian Stefanchik led the way, and his Annville-Cleona teammates followed closely behind. Stefanchik fired a 77 on Honey Brook’s 6,031-yard layout to lead Annville-Cleona to a sweep in their Lancaster-Lebanon Section Four opener.

Stefanchik’s score was low for the Little Dutchmen, who captured the match by 32 shots. Stefanchik’s three scoring teammates all posted scores that were within three shots of his.

Stefanchik’s round at Honey Brook was seven-over par.

  • Jeff Falk

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