Warriors clip Carey for N10 crown

GALION – Carson Weinandy captured the individual crown and Chet Margraf took fifth just two strokes behind Tuesday to help Mohawk upend Carey for the Northern 10 Athletic Conference Tournament at Valley View.

The victory also gave the Warriors the overall N10 title by a 22-21 margin over Carey. Mohawk, Carey and Ridgedale entered the tournament tied for the lead after finishing the regular season with 7-1 conference marks.

Teams received two points for each league win and one point for each team they beat in the conference tournament.

Weinandy fired a 79 and Margraf shot an 80 to key the 337-344 victory. Billy Dunlap added an 83 for Mohawk and Nathan Kimmet shot a 94. Kurtus Ekleberry (105) and Marshall Stull (108) also played for the Warriors.

The runner-up Blue Devils got an 82 from Alex Kimmet, 83 from Marcus Miller, 87 from Easton Roark and 92 from Chase Wagner. Jordan Dasher (102) and Ethan Turner (105) completed Carey’s team.

Upper Sandusky took third with a 350 and Ridgedale edged Seneca East 355-356 for fourth, followed by Buckeye Central (400), Colonel Crawford (401) and Bucyrus (402).

Brett Montgomery’s 80 keyed Upper Sandusky, and Turner Dilley fired an 87.

Seneca East’s Johnny Diehm and Alex Forehand both carded an 80.

Buckeye Central got a 92 from Dalton Sheaffer and a 98 from Adam Krebs.

Bellevue bunches up for win

CLYDE – Willard had the two best individuals, but Bellevue’s top three finished within a stroke of each other Tuesday as the Redmen won 172-183 at Sleepy Hollow.

Alec Gardner’s 39 led everyone and Phillip Bogner followed with a 41 for the Crimson Flashes (2-8).

Cody Snyder and Jacob Volkman paced Bellevue (6-7) with 42s, Noah Lawson shot a 43 and Nathan Fox shot a 45.

Bunting-led TC drops Shelby

Columbian’s Graydon Bunting didn’t have the day’s top score. Shelby’s Brock Kehres beat him by a stroke with a 37 for that honor.

But Bunting shot five of Columbian’s 20 pars and one of its four birdies Tuesday to lead the Tornadoes to a 164-167 victory at Seneca Hills.

Trevor McCarthy backed up Bunting with six pars en route to a 40, Andrew Branson had two pars and a birdie on the way to a 42 and Noah Widman (1 par, 2 birdies) and Luke Musil (5 pars) both shot a 44.

Matt Klepper (2 pars) had a 46 as a non-scorer for TC.

The Whippets got five of their 18 pars and one of their two birdies from Kehres. Dalton Boyce added a 42.

Tornadoes take match play

Columbian took four of the six matches Tuesday en route to beating Wynford in match play at Seneca Hills.

Ava Sarka dropped Annika Gerlach 3 and 2, Taylor Losey beat Sarah Ogden 3 up, Kate Burkes defeated Grace Schiefer 1 up, and Meredith Obringer downed Emily Rudd 4 and 3 for the Senecas.

Wynford’s victories came from Hayley McCoy beating Andrea Spurck 3 and 2, and Gretchen Harris defeating Ashley Myers 3 and 2.

Bucks ease into win

BUCYRUS – Buckeye Central gained a forfeit win Tuesday when Bucyrus could not field enough players for a full team.

The Redmen had just three players.

The Bucks fired a 231 as a team, getting a 54 from Emma Ollis, 55 from Elizabeth Heydinger, 60 from Madi Diesch, 62 from Leah Vanderpool and 67 from Irene Pompey.