The Jonathan Law golf team has started the season winning its first four matches.

The 13-player team is led by senior Max Caserta and junior Jake Mola. Caserta is in his fourth year on the team, while Mola has posted the lowest individual score in three of four matches.

Coach Andrew Koorejians said, "This is our best start in over fifteen years. I am very happy the way the team is shaping up so far. While conditions have not been the best, the starting players have pieced together some solid outings.

"We had a great turnout this season and the scoring has been very competitive especially at this early point of the schedule. We hope to continue this progress throughout the rest of the season."

Contributing to the victories are seniors Matt Marino and John Ralston, while first-year player junior Brian Hayes has added depth to the team.

Supporting the Lawmen are seniors Peter Moody and Jaret Petrie, as well as junior Casey Lascola.

Sophomores include Nick Vitale, Mike McCarvill and Cameron Pastir. Freshmen Ryan Mola and Zach Smith are talented additions.

The Lawmen opened the season with a 186-236 victory over Career High at Orange Hills CC. Mola earned medal honors with a 43. Marino scored a 46 and Ralston a 49. Hayes posted a 49 in his first competitive match.

The Lawmen posted their second victory against Wilbur Cross at Orange Hills, 180-252.

Mola earned medal honors with a 40, followed by Marino 45, Caserta 46 and Hayes 49.

The Lawmen next  faced crosstown rival Foran in their first of two matches this season. Law prevailed, 189-207.

Mola earned medal honors with a 42. Caserta scored a 48, Hayes a 49 and Marino a 50.

The Lions were led by Colin O'Sullivan 49, followed by Reed Keller 50, Quinn Oliver 53 and Keith Harlow 55.

Law met Branford at Orange Hills on April 19.

The Lawmen, led by Hayes, defeated the Hornets 182-191.

Hayes medaled with a 40, followed by Mola 44. Caserta and Marino both shot 49.