Kinley leads Warriors to victory

UPPER SANDUSKY – Mohawk’s girl’s golf team improved to 8-2 with a win over Ridgedale at Lincoln Hills, 209-266 on Monday.

Leading the way for Mohawk was Katelynn Kinley, shooting a 47 and earning medalist honors. Brooke Weininger chipped in 51 for the Warriors. One stroke behind her was Chelsea Clinger, firing a 52.

Mohawk returns to Lincoln Hills today for a match against North Baltimore.

Willard no Flash in the pan against TC

WILLARD – Tiffin Columbian was unable to come off the course with a win as it traveled to Willard for a dual meet.

The Flashes took the match 165-191 over the Tornadoes to improve to 6-4.

TC’s Wesley Henkel finished out carding 50, despite having a birdie on the sixth hole. T.J. Wickham also tallied 50 for the day.

Jack Burkes led the Tornadoes, carding a 43 after shooting par on four of the nine holes.

Gorrell paces H-L in win

NORTH BALTIMORE – Hopewell Loudon (163) came away still undefeated in a tri-meet with Elmwood (185), and Seneca East (192) thanks in part to Bryce Gorrell’s outstanding play.

Gorrell shot a 35 for the Chieftains and also earned match medalist. Jarid Gelinas wasn’t too far behind his teammate, firing a 38.

Seneca East was led by Johnny Diehm, who carded 42 for the Tigers and Braden Nagel tallied a 48 for the day.

St. Wendelin holds off Blue Jackets

FOSTORIA – St. Wendelin had the home advantage and course familiarity in their win against New Riegel 180-219 at Loudon Meadows.

St. Wendelin’s Peter Campbell had the lowest score, shooting 42 for the day. One stroke behind him was teammate Dalton Murray carding 43. Gabe Walters chipped in a 46 for the Mohawks.

New Riegel’s Shane Halcomb led the Blue Jackets, tallying a 50. Aaron Reinhart and Jake Dreyfuse contributed a 55 each.

St. Wendelin improved to 13-2.

BC wins 10th

NEW WASHINGTON – Buckeye Central continues again and again to find a way to win at Cranberry Hills. Buckeye Central (10-2) won 172- 176 against a very game Colonel Crawford.

Zach Parker shot 41 for the Bucks and also earned team medalist. The honor was shared with Chase Brlan from Colonel Crawford, who also shot a 41. Yet, it was the strong effort of Adam McGinnis and Tanner Zaebst, who each carded 43 in this close match that allowed Buckeye Central to walk out with the close win.