The autumn equinox ushered in the end of Lackawanna Golf league season with one local team earning the right for one more trip onto the fairway.
Blue Ridge clinched a playoff spot with a 7-2 win over Forest City at Golden Oaks in Windsor.
The Raiders swept the first two groups as Tyler Hillard defeated Henry Nebzydoski 2-1 in a match up of the division’s top golfers. Hillard then combined with James Barbour to win the Better Ball 2-1 over Nebzydoski and Hunter Langman. Babour took Langman two up in their head to head match up.
Kyle Spoor defeated DJ Heath one up and Andrew Scott edged Ben Shea 4-3 in the second group. Spoor and and Scott took the Better Ball over Heath and Shea 3-2.
John Lesjack picked up two wins for Forest City in the final group claiming a 5-4 win over Joe Curtis and combining with Chris Burnis to win the Better Ball 5-4. Curtis Perry defeated Burnis 5-4 for Blue Ridge’s final points.
Blue Ridge finished 7-6-1 to earn the eighth seed in the Lackawanna League 2A playoffs. Forest City finished at 5-9.
The Raiders faced perennial power Scranton Prep in the first round and the Cavaliers swept all matches to end the Blue Ridge season.
Montrose finished with the season with 7-2 win over Holy Cross to finish its season at 6-8. No other information on the match was made available.
Elk Lake closed out their season with a 7-2 loss to Carbondale.
Senior Jason Mowry picked up two wins in his final team match with a 5-4 victory over Bryan Salitsky and a Better Ball victory with Dan McGess as the pair defeated Salitsky and Ian Fedorchak 4-3. The Warriors finished 2-12 on the season.
Mountain View was shut out by Dunmore to finish winless in league play.