St. Joseph has won back-to-back state boys golf championships in just over four months time. The Cadets won the CIAC Division II state championship on Monday at Silo Point Country Club in Southbury. Robbie Sluga led the way for the Cadets, carding a 3-over-par 75. \u201cIt was cold and it rained hard for about 45 minutes, but the guys kept making putts and playing smart golf,\u201d St. Joseph coach Jordan Smith said. \u201cI think that\u2019s what separated us today from everybody else.\u201d St. Joseph won the program\u2019s first state championship last June in Division III. The team moved with the rest of the FCIAC teams from the spring season to the fall. The Cadets shot a cumulative total of 317, nine strokes better than Berlin. Masuk and Pomperaug, the SWC champion, placed third and fourth, respectively. Zim McAuliffe from Housatonic Regional was the medalist, shooting a 74. Dan Casanta of Pomperaug was third, posting a 77. Andrew Flynn posted a 79 for St. Joseph, followed by Anthony Jacozzi (81) and Luke Fortin (82). The Cadets rebounded from finishing in last place at the FCIAC meet held last Thursday. \u201cIt was a disappointing showing,\u201d Smith said. \u201cThe guys went back and worked on the parts of their game that didn\u2019t work well on Thursday. We knew we had to play our best (on Monday).\u201d Smith credited Sluga, his captain, who was in his second season with the program after transferring in from Trinity Catholic in Stamford. \u201cI couldn\u2019t ask for a better captain this season,\u201d Smith said. email@example.com; @nhrJoeMorelli Division II championship (at Silo Point CC) Team results: 1. St. Joseph, 317; 2. Berlin, 326; 3. Masuk, 331; 4. Pomperaug, 332; 5. Northwest Catholic, 339; 6. Bethel, 346; 7. Lewis Mills, 351; 8. Avon, 352; 9. Brookfield, 361; 10. Immaculate, 377; 11t. Weston, 381; 11t. Litchfield, 381; 13. Barlow, 387; 14. Wethersfield, 393; 15. Shepaug Valley, 407. Individual results Zim McAuliffe (Housatonic Regional), 74; Robbie Sluga (St. Joseph), 75; Dan Casnta (Pomperaug), 77; Terrence Dornfried (Berlin), 78; Andrew Flynn (St. Joseph), 79; James Hirley (Northwest Catholic), 80; Alex Giugno (Masuk), 80; Tanner Ostop (Northwest Catholic), 81; Aiden Carrano (Lewis Mills), 81; Anthony Jacozzi (St. Joseph), 81.