Dull medalist in Fostoria
FOSTORIA – Lakota’s Makayla Dull led all scorers Thursday at Loudon Meadows, and helped the Raiders claim a tri-meet.
The defending Division II girls state champion fired a 38, gaining medalist honors as Lakota finished with a 171. St. Wendelin scored a 188, while Old Fort had a 207.
Josh Mason helped Lakota with a 43, while Hunter Chalfin shot a 44 and Collin Gosche shot a 46.
Peter Campbell topped the Mohawks with a 41, while Old Fort’s Adam Alexander registered a 43 for the Stockaders.
Rams bunch up scores
BUCYRUS – All four Upper Sandusky scorers shot 44 or better Thursday as the Rams captured a triangular at Bucyrus Country Club.
The Rams beat Colonel Crawford 172-185, with Bucyrus shooting a 219.
Shane Stansbery’s 41 for Upper Sandusky (4-2, 1-1 Northern 10 Athletic Conference) led all players, and Evan Scheck shot a 43.
Colonel Crawford’s Noah Trease and Nick Gremling both tallied a 43. Bucyrus got a 54 apiece from Jesse Heinle, Keith Smith and Jacob Chavatzas.
Chieftains take tri
FOSTORIA – Bryce Gorrell fired a 41 Thursday to spearhead Hopewell-Loudon’s victory in a triangular at Fostoria Country Club.
Tyler Rohe backed Gorrell with a 47 to help the Chieftains shoot a 191.
Fremont St. Joe turned in a 212 and New Riegel had a 224.
Christian Smith’s 47 and Collin Spader’s 50 paced St. Joe.
New Riegel got twin 55s from Travis Williams and Andrew Faber.
H-L girls knock off Stockaders
BETTSVILLE – Gabby Gregg’s 48 was good for medalist honors, and Hopewell-Loudon’s girls team won big over Old Fort, 211-238.
Abby Park shot a 53 for the Chieftains, who won their first match of the season.
Old Fort’s Jordan Magers shot a 54 to lead the Stockaders.
Dangler sparks Green Bears
Luke Dangler scored three times and two teammates each had a pair of goals Thursday as Ottawa Hills blanked Calvert 9-0 at Frost-Kalnow Stadium.
Nick Houck and Dan Riley each had two goals for the Green Bears (1-0).
The other goals came from Noah Durst and Spencer Bergman.
Anthony Traxler stopped 23 shots for the Senecas (0-2) in the loss. Calvert managed five shots.