Gorrell, Chieftains take MAL division shootout
CAREY – Bryce Gorrell beat everyone by at least three strokes and a teammate broke 40 Tuesday as Hopewell-Loudon held off St. Wendelin 165-168 at the Midland Athletic League Divisional Shootout at Bob’s Countryside.
Gorrell fired a 35 and Creeger carded a 38 for the Chieftains.
Gabe Walters shot a 38 for the runner-up Mohawks and Peter Campbell finished one stroke behind.
Mohawk edged North Baltimore 178-180 for third, followed by Carey (185), Seneca East (191) and New Riegel (216). Calvert did not field a full team.
Chet Margraf’s 42 led Mohawk and Brayden Dunlap tallied a 43.
Carey got a 45 from Russell Phillips and twin 46s from Grant Wentling and Alex Kimmet.
Johnny Diehm, Austin Holmer and Braden Nagel all shot a 46 for Seneca East.
New Riegel’s Travis Williams shot a 48 and Lance Smith and Aaron Reinhart each added a 54.
Mark Huffmon’s 42 paced Calvert.
Golden Bears cruise in triangular
KANSAS – Gibsonburg had the top two scorers and another who tied for third overall Tuesday as the Golden Bears claimed a triangular at Nature Trails.
Cyrus Foos fired a 40, John Gibson shot a 41 and Alex Gibson added a 46 for Gibsonburg (5-1), which beat Old Fort 176-192.
Bettsville took third with a 239.
Maison Steyer’s 46 paced Old Fort (5-7), and Adam Alexander carded a 47.
Bettsville got a 50 from Ryan Hager and a 58 from Kyle Hager.
TC second in tri
SANDUSKY – Columbian ended second in a triangular Tuesday, with Jack Burkes finishing one stroke away for tying for medalist honors.
Willard beat the Tornadoes 159-174 at Mills Creek, with Sandusky taking third with a 187.
Jake Turner and Aaron Feltner each shot a 39 for the winning Crimson Flashes (4-3).
Burkes carded a 40 for TC (3-4) and Eline Widman chipped in a 43.
Sandusky (0-6) got twin 42s from Kyle Dickman and Davin Jacobs.
BC suffers first dual loss
GALION – Just one Buckeye Central player shot better than one of Galion’s scorers Tuesday in a 163-190 loss to the Tigers at Galion Country Club.
Eric Powell’s 37 for Galion (7-0, 7-0 North Central Conference) led everyone.
The Bucks (9-1, 7-1) got a 43 from Adam McGinnis and a 46 from Tanner Zaebst.