BETTSVILLE - Four St. Wendelin players shot a 42 or better, and the Mohawks ran off with a 155-232 win over the host Bobcats.
Gabe Walters was the medalist, shooting 35. His teammate, Peter Campbell, finished just two strokes behind him, with Dalton Murray shooting a 41 and Joey DeHaven putting up a 42.
The Mohawks improved to 8-1.
Bettsville was led by Ryan Hager, who shot a 48.
3 in the 30s keys H-L
OTSEGO - Hopewell-Loudon played six golfers Monday.
Three of those players shot in the 30s.
Do that, and you have to like your chances of winning.
That's exactly what the Chieftains did, getting a 36 from medalist Bryce Gorrell and 39s from Jarid Gelinas and Aric Creeger. They beat Otsego, 166-209.
Otsego (0-12) was led by Samson Dunmyer, who had a 47.
The Chieftains improved to 4-0.
Margraf paces Warriors
MARION - Chet Margraf shot a medal-winning 41, and Billy Dunlap finished three strokes behind him as Mohawk knocked off host Marion Harding, 188-211.
The Warriors improved to 3-3.
It was Marion Harding's first dual of the season. The Presidents were paced by Ryan Adams and Ty Endsy, who each scored a 48.
North Baltimore holds off three others for win
NORTH BALTIMORE - Three North Baltimore players carded scores in the low 40s, and that was enough for the host Tigers to score a 174, beating Elmwood (181), Old Fort (184) and New Riegel (205).
North Baltimore's Brock Boyer shot a medal-winning 40, while teammate Garret Boyer added 41. Chad Wright shot a 43.
Elmwood was led by Trevor Robbins, who had a 41, while Old Fort's Adam Alexander had a 41. New Riegel was led by Aaron Reinhart's 48.
BC stays unbeaten
NEW WASHINGTON - Adam McGinnis did it again.
Buckeye Central's top player shot 35 Monday, winning the medal and leading the Bucks to a comfortable 166-210 win over Crestline.
McGinnis was seven shots ahead of his teammate, Derek Shell. Tanner Zaebst shot a 43 as the Bucks moved to 8-0, 6-0 in the North Central Conference.
The Bulldogs were led by Andy Lutz, who registered a 44.
Crestline fell to 1-4, 0-4 in the NCC.
Mohawk girls drop first
UPPER SANDUSKY - Mohawk's Katelyn Kinley's 45 was the low round of the day, but Elmwood had three sub-50 rounds to edge past the Warriors 203-208 at Lincoln Hills. It was the first loss of the season for Mohawk, which drops to 3-1.
For Mohawk, Michaela Cook shot a 53 while Chelsea Clinger and Brooke Weininger each shot 55s.
Elmwood got a 48 from Savannah Baker and matching 49s from Siera Semko and Taylor Carr.