Balance gives Bucks the edge over Mohawk

NEW WASHINGTON – Mohawk’s Brayden Dunlap had the best score, but Buckeye Central had the most balance, and won the match Wednesday at Cranberry Hills.

Dunlap shot a medal-winning 39, while teammate Chet Margraf added a 44. But no other Warrior broke 52,

By contrast, the Bucks (2-0) had all six of their players shoot in the 40s. The best of the bunch was Tanner Zaebst, who put up a 40. Teammates Adam McGinnis and Matt Sheibley posted twin 44s.

BC improved to 2-0, the Warriors slipped to 0-2.

Wentling, Phillips lead Carey in victory

CAREY – Carey shot a 192 Wednesday, topping Calvert, which didn’t field a full team.

Grant Wentling and Russell Phillips each shot a 45 for the Blue Devils.

Calvert’s Henry Burns shot a 46.

Carey improved to 4-0.

Fostoria blanked by Springfield

FOSTORIA – Springfield took care of Fostoria’s tennis team Tuesday, blanking the Redmen 6-0.

The Blue Devils’ Sylvia Caniglia topped Fostoria’s Autumn Affholder, 6-0, 6-1, while her teammate, Nikki Geiser, topped the Redmen’s Erica Moore, 6-0, 6-0.

Rounding out singles play, the Blue Devils’ Macey Mauriello topped Jillian Smith, 6-0, 6-0.

In doubles, Springfield’s team of Miranda Spillett and Malerie Mason beat Jessica Kaufman and Sabra Tate, 6-0, 6-1. The Blue Devils’ (1-0) Paige Lagenderfer and Sullivan Sanders topped Fostoria’s Destinie Farris and Ellen Guan, 6-0, 6-0.

The Redmen fell to 0-3.