BETTSVILLE - Calvert's Jeremy Hanna gave a sparkling performance at the Old Fort Invitational at Nature Trails, medaling with a 69 and leading Calvert to a third-place finish.
Hanna had just one bogey on the front nine, and was a three-under 33 half way through. He finished at four-under, three shots ahead of Woodmore's Paul Makalinski and five shots better than Hopewell-Loudon's Bryce Gorrell, who shot a 74.
Rounding out the top five were the Chieftains' Jarid Gelinas (77) and Sandusky St. Mary's Collin Crooks (78).
Gorrell and Gelinas pushed Hopewell-Loudon to a 325 team score, which came in behind only Woodmore, which won the tournament with a 314.
Calvert shot a 334, aided by Johnny Hays' 80, while St. Wendelin, paced by Kieran Campbell's 82, took fifth. Old Fort's Matt Hill shot an 82 to lead the Stockaders to a sixth-place finish (352), while Buckeye Central's Adam McGinnis shot an 80, helping the Bucks to a 355. Lakota matched BC's score on the strength of an 82 by Nate Ray.
Seneca East finished at 370, led by Nate Phillips' 78, and Bettsville, using four golfers, finished with a 445. Ryan Hager's 104 led the Bobcats.
Emerick has pair of goals as Rams prevail
UPPER SANDUSKY - Taylor Emerick scored twice, and Upper Sandusky improved to 5-2 with a 5-3 victory over River Valley Saturday.
Justin Stoneburner, Cody Shuster and Shin Nagahama also scored for the Rams.
Micha Blue scored twice for River Valley. A.J. Roth also scored in the loss.
The Rams outshot River Valley 23-12, with Upper Sandusky's William Amert collecting four saves in goal. River Valley's Mitch Messinger had 13 saves,