New Riegel wins SBC River title, Clyde fifth in Bay Division

NORWALK – The first Sandusky Bay Conference River Division golf title went to New Riegel Thursday, as Lucas Williams led the way with an 82 at Eagle Creek.

New Riegel shot a 351 as a team, while Calvert (third) shot a 381, Lakota (fourth) shot a 387 and Old Fort carded a 410 (fifth).

Backing Williams was Shane Halcomb with an 87, while Allan Acree shot an 88 and Aaron Hohman finished with a 94. Brian Hughes (95) and Jacob Theis (102) also competed for the Blue Jackets.

Calvert was led by Dominic Mangiola’s 87, while Peyton Deats added a 91, Maddy Brown recorded a 98 and Kristan Bowers ended with a 105. Nathan Walter paced Lakota with a 90, while it also got a 97 from Collin Gosche, a 99 from Cam Balderson and a 101 by Colt Dible.

For Old Fort, Trey Hossler led the way, shooting a 93, Kaleb Wilkinson added a 104, Jaret Woodall carded a 105 and Carson Steyer finished with a 108.

In the Bay Division, Huron won the title with a 336, beating Oak Harbor, who finished with a 343. Clyde was fifth (350).

For the Fliers, Ben Hohenstein shot an 83, while Ian Hilliker added an 86, David Hohenstein shot a 90, Heath Maines carded a 91, Cole McBroom registered a 93 and Zach Marcha recorded a 97.

Whippets cruise in tri

SHELBY – Three Shelby players broke 40 Thursday as the Whippets claimed a triangular with Columbian and Willard at Shelby Country Club.

Brock Kehres fired a 1-under 35, Takoda Pratt had a 38 and Matthew Hiatt carded a 39 to lead Shelby to a 155.

Columbian shot a 168 and Willard had a 184.

Trevor McCarthy’s 40 paced TC, with Graydon Bunting adding a 41.

Willard got a 44 from Alec Gardner and 45 from Phillip Bogner.

Jones, Shelby dominate

SHELBY – Alexis Jones fired a 34 Thursday to fuel Shelby in a triangular win at Shelby Country Club against Columbian and Willard.

Shelby won with a 166, while TC held off Willard 205-218 for second.

Claire Korbas backed Jones with a 40 for the Whippets.

The runner-up Tornadoes got a 46 from Andrea Spurck and a 50 from Ava Sarka.

Shelby Moneypenny shot a 48 for Willard and Elli White had a 51.