Gorrell, Chieftains lead locals at Lakota Invitational

FOSTORIA – Bryce Gorrell fired a 75 to guide Hopewell-Loudon to fourth overall Friday at the Lakota Invitational at Loudon Meadows.

Gorrell’s effort propelled him to second among individuals, with Jarid Gelinas adding a 92 to help the Chieftains shoot a 349.

Seneca East took fifth on a tiebreaker over Lakota after both shot a 359.

Columbian edged Mohawk 365-366 for seven, St. Wendelin held off Old Fort 368-372 for ninth, New Riegel nipped Carey 402-405 for 13th and Fostoria ended 15th with a 410. North Baltimore beat Lake 334-341 for the team championship.

Seneca East got an 87 from Johnny Diehm and an 89 from Riley Kalb.

Lakota’s Makayla Dull shot an 83 and Hunter Chalfin added an 84.

T.J. Wickham’s 83 sparked Columbian and Jack Burkes and Eline Widman each had an 89.

Mohawk’s Brayden Dunlap carded a 78 and Chet Margraf chipped in an 84.

Peter Campbell turned in an 81 for St. Wendelin and Dalton Murray had a 94.

Adam Alexander’s 87 and Brad Heilman’s 93 keyed Old Fort.

Lance Smith shot a 96 and Aaron Reinhart tallied a 99 for New Riegel.

Carey’s Grant Wentling tallied a 95 and Russell Phillips shot a 97.

Fostoria’s Trey Yates had a 92 and Kaleb Bemis added a 103.

Calvert did not field a full team. Matt Huffmon carded an 86.

TC gains first win

MARION – Columbian coasted through the singles matches and took a pair of hard-fought doubles victories Friday in a 5-0 win over Marion Harding, evening its record a 1-1.

Sarah Guzowski gave TC a 6-2, 6-0 No. 1 singles win over Fallyn Stephens, Kayla Magrum dropped Ellon Borders 6-2, 6-2 at No. 2 and Tiffany Walker beat Ashley Russell 6-0, 6-3.

Tornadoes Julianne Peacock and Ashley Niedermier turned back Netty Borders and Haley Drake 6-0, 4-6, 6-4 at No. 1 doubles.

Samantha Krintzline and Kristina Talbot-Koehl outlasted Presidents Allison Russell and Sara Davis 7-6 (7-3), 7-6 (7-5) at No. 2 doubles.