Bunting’s big day not enough for Columbian
No one could match what Columbian’s Graydon Bunting did on the back-9 at Seneca Hills Wednesday, but no team could match the consistency of Ontario.
The Warriors had five golfers shoot between 40-42, and edged the Tornadoes 163-165. Sandusky also attended and shot a 172.
Bunting took medalist honors carding a 37, including a birdie on the par-4 No. 11. Also for Columbian (2-4), Logan Gardner shot a 41, Jared Consolo posted a 42 and Jack Burkes shot a 45.
Ontario was led by Tyler Weber and Dom Castelvetere with 40s. Marc Wilkins shot a 41 while Jacob Factor and Andrew Jolley each shot 42s.
Davin Jacobs shot a 39 to lead Sandusky.
Campbell goes low for SW
FOSTORIA – Peter Campbell knocked in a pair of birdies Wednesday on his way to shooting an even-par 36, helping St. Wendelin score a 172-212 victory over Old Fort.
Campbell was backed by Joey DeHaven with a 41. Also For the Mohawks (8-2, 4-2 Sandusky River League) Mackenzie McAfee shot a 47 and Cameron Hunter posted a 48.
Old Fort was led by Adam Alexander with a 48 and Trey Hossler with a 53.
Kitzler stars for Rams
UPPER SANDUSKY – Upper Sandusky’s Zane Kitzler shot a 41 at Clinton Heights – and impressed his coach – as the Rams outlasted Seneca East, 172-176.
Kitzler’s 41 wasn’t the medal-winning score; that went to the Tigers’ Johnny Diehm, who shot a 39. But Kitzler did lead the Rams, who upped their record to 5-3, 2-2 in the Northern 10 Athletic Conference.
“We pulled out a close one tonight,” USHS coach Graham Treadway said. “The big story tonight was Zane Kitzler. He played great and handled it with such great character… he just continues to grow.”
Cody Clifford shot a 43 for the Rams, while Shane Stansbery and Turner Dilley had a 44.
Seneca East (5-2, 2-2) got a 41 from Jack Daniel.