For the second straight year, Jasyn Consiglio and Josh Dankovich are setting the pace after the first round of the Italian-American Charity Golf Tournament.
The tandem fired a net best-ball 10-under 60, two shots in front of the teams of Peter Morgante and Jon Gren Jr., and Nick Trussalo and Kyle Hocking. Other top rounds in the First Flight were 63s by Chris Pappalardo and Dan Brunenavs, and Tony Triscari and Dan Okrulic; 64s by Mike Condella and Dave Anderson, Adam Mason and Pat MacIntyre, Henry Mole and Tom Ames, George Panebianco and John O’Mara, and Pete Pillittieri and Andy Sandstrom; and a 65 by Bucky Lombardo and Jeff Johnson.
There is a six-way tie for the lead in the Second Flight as the teams of Andrew Buttafaro and Andy Parolini, Tim D’Angelo and Jeff Keppel, Paul Mole and Steve Anderson, Dave Munella and Dave Currie, Jack Munella Jr. and Jake Currie, and Busty Triscari and Steve Johnson finished with 65s.
Seven teams shot 67 to pace the Third Flight. They are Joe Calimeri and Chris Hammond, Chris Cusimano and John Nelson, John Foti and Dan Cotter, Paul Pappalardo and Pat Langworthy, Sam Peppy and Charlie Moss, Carl Pillittieri and Dave Bogdan, and Phil Ribaudo and Bill Bernard.
The Fourth Flight has six teams tied at 68. They are Todd D’Angelo and Joe Willig, Rob Foti and Craig Lundgren, Fred Pellerito and Dan Cheney, Jim Todaro and Tom Yocum, Anthony Tuccio and Dan Hocking and Tony Vitello and John Deppas.
The teams of Tom Brigiotta and John Anderson, Jon DeAngelo and Phil Mead, Jon Scalise and Kurt Eimiller, and Tommy Tantillo and Nick Bell lead the Fifth Flight with a 69, while the teams of John Calimeri and Andrew Casselman, and Todd Frangione and Mark Tarbrake sit atop the Sixth Flight with 71s.
In the Seventh Flight, the teams of Dave Foti and Nick Madden, and Gregg Pietrocarlo and Hans Auer show the way with 74s.
The second round is today, followed by the final round on Saturday. The overall champion and runners-up can come from any flight.