Prep Roundup: Mohawks remain strong at home

FOSTORIA – Familiarity is always key to knowing how to play a course. St. Wendelin did just that when they hosted a triangular Monday.

The Mohawks carded a score of 177 to edge out Arcadia (197) and Carey (182).

Leading the way for St. Wendelin was Peter Campbell chipping in 40. Gabe Walters was right behind him posting a 43.

Arcadia as a team struggled on the links, but Jake Hill carded a 44 for the Redskins. Drew Hanna and Alic Davis each shot a 49.

Carey was not far behind St. Wendelin, with strong course play from Russell Phillips carding 40. After a rough first hole, Alex Kimmet shot par on the next three and ended up chipping in a 44.

Shiebley under par, leads BC to win over Wynford.

NEW WASHINGTON – In North Central Conferece dual action, Buckeye Central improved to 10-2 with a win over Wynford (7-5) 153-159.

Matt Sheibley shot 34 over nine holes carding 1-under on Cranberry Hill’s par 35 course. Sheibley was the medalist for the day with that performance. Adam McGinnis and Zach Parker both shot 39 for the Bucks. Wynford’s Nate Smith and Quentin Stuckey led the Royals carding 39.

Injuries plague Riverdale in loss to Rams

UPPER SANDUSKY – Upper Sandusky (7-3) bested an injury-laden Riverdale (0-9) squad Monday in a dual meet at Lincoln Hills, 176-206.

Shane Stansbery carded the Rams’ best score with a 42. Tommy Martin tallied in a 43 right behind Stansbery.

The highest score for the Falcons came from Riverdale’s Luke Bowman with a 48. Caleb Tracy would contribute a 50 to the team’s efforts.

Van Buren soccer wins big against Mohawk girls

VAN BUREN – In the infancy of its second year with a girl’s soccer program, Monday was a night Mohawk is surely going to want to put behind them.

Van Buren was unrelenting in a 7-0 win against the Warriors.

Brooke Weinandy had 11 saves for Mohawk in goal, but the Black Knights were still able to make three first half goals, and found the back of the net four times in the second half.