Aurora -- One goal is complete for the Aurora High varsity boys golf team.
The Greenmen repeated as overall Chagrin valley Conference Chagrin Division champions, winning the CVC postseason tournament on Sept. 19 at Legend Lake Golf Club in Chardon.
A tourney title in the event capped the overall CVC Chagrin Division title for 2013, as Aurora went 7-0 in dual matches and won the preseason and postseason tournaments.
Aurora finished 15 strokes ahead of Chagrin Falls in the postseason event with a 307.
"It was nice that we made a clean sweep of the CVC by winning the postseason tournament," said head coach Gus Mehallis. "We finished the season by winning the preseason tourney, all seven dual matches and the postseason tourney."
Sam Nowak was medalist with 74, followed by Conor O'Callaghan at 76, Alex Avalon at 77 and Chris Sloe at 80. Tommy Riedy added 81 and Parker Barnes carded an 88.
Aurora managed the tight fairways with smart play and continues to improve its short game as well.
"Sam played very well," said Mehallis, who had four first-team all-CVC performers, led by Nowak, who fired his low round of the season. Others were Avalon, O'Callaghan and Sloe.
Riedy earned second-team all-league honors, while CVC honorable mention went to Barnes and Jack Brubaker.
Only Brett Dubin of Beachwood, the Chagrin Division player of the year, managed to wedge a top finishing score in between all of the Aurora golfers, with a 76. He earned player of the year honors by two points over Avalon, 1512-149.
Meanwhile, the Greenmen placed sixth with 331 strokes in the 2013 Kiely Cup at Canterbury Golf Club on Sept. 17. "This was a big tournament with plenty of strong teams," said Mehallis.
Walsh Jesuit was the team champion. Avalon fired an 81 to lead the locals, with O'Callaghan adding an 83.
Aurora will compete in the St. Edward's tournament Sept. 28 and host the 20-team Aurora Invitational on Sept. 29 at Barrington Golf Club, with the sectional Oct. 1 at Windmill Lakes in Ravenna.
Avalon, Nowak and O'Callaghan all were part of the 2012 postseason that saw the Greenmen land an eighth-place finish at the Division I state tournament.