Sub 40s freeze out SE

NEW WASHINGTON – If the temperature dips below 40, it’s considered freezing. If a golf score breaks 40, it’s red hot. Buckeye Central had two players dip below 40 Monday to win its first dual of the season, 159-166 over Seneca East.

Tanner Zaebst posted a 36 for the Bucks and Zach Parker backed him with a 39. Deric Shell’s 41 and Dillon Weithman’s 43 rounded out Buckeye Central’s scoring.

Johnny Diehm’s 40 powered Seneca East (3-1). Jack Daniel and Riley Kalb each shot 41s and Alex Forehand posted a 44.

Consistent efforts carry Warriors

UPPER SANDUSKY – Five of Mohawk’s six players shot in the 40s, and the Warriors cruised past Northern 10 Athletic Conference rival Colonel Crawford, 194-177, at Lincoln Heights.

It was the Warriors’ first dual match of the season.

Brayden Dunlap shot a 41 to lead Mohawk, with teammate Chet Margraf finishing just two strokes behind him. Bill Dunlap shot a 45 for the Warriors, while Carson Weinandy had a 48 and Nathan Kimmet a 49. Cole Harrison rounded out Mohawk’s scoring with a 65.