Carey 4th at Lakeland Invite
FOSTORIA — Genoa took the tournament and Eastwood had the medalist, but Carey had a solid showing of fourth at the Lakeland Invite at Lakeland Golf Course Monday.
Genoa beat Findlay 314-317, while Carey shot a 349, which tied Otsego, but Carey’s fifth golfer had a better score than Otsego’s.
Robbie Bettinger’s 74 for Eastwood was the medalist.
For Carey, Ethan Tanner and McKain Miller shot 83s, while Brayden Miller carded a 91, Carter Frederick had a 92, Dylan Grothaus tacked on a 96 and Kole Phillips ended with a 104.
Fostoria’s Jake Counts fired an 86, while Trey Groves finished with a 103.
Wynford tops SE, Mohawk
Abby Underwood’s 48 led the way for Wynford as the Royals downed Seneca East and Mohawk at Clinton Heights Monday.
Backing Underwood was Caity Scheifer’s 52, Kassidy Stanford’s 60 and a 62 from Emily Rudd.
Seneca East got a 55 from Moriah Love, a 58 by Autumn Enders, 62 from Ellie French and a 65 from Taylor Greilich.
Alayna Kindle led Mohawk’s charge with a 53, while Madison Wagner tacked on a 56, Emma Danner carded a 65 and Kaiden Mathias finished with a 69.
Tigers 2nd at Elks Invite
BUCYRUS — Jake Forehand’s 79 led Seneca East to a second-place finish at the Bucyrus Elks Invite at the Golf Club of Bucyrus Monday.
Galion upended the Tigers 310-342, while Bellevue and Buckeye Central had a 381 and Mohawk shot a 410.
Andy Bauman shot an 84, Turner Bridgford added an 86 and Andrew Kalb ended with a 93 for Seneca East.
Adam Krebs led Buckeye Central with an 88. It also got a 94 from Nick Fike, a 98 by Jarod Mason and a 1-1 from Tyler Rose.
Logan Drum’s 88 led the Warriors, while Owen England carded a 103, Reese Hannam recorded a 107 and Evan Kuenzli finished with a 112.
Perkins edges Columbian
Columbian and Perkins both shot 217 Monday at Mohawk Country Club in Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division.
However, Perkins’ fifth player, Caroline Printy, shot a 60, which was 15 shots better than Columbian’s Norah Smith, so the Pirates got the victory.
Lexee Kim and Columbian’s Ava Sarka shot a 47 to medal.
Backing Kim for Perkins were Katie Visci (55), Lauren Visci (57) and Ireland Weatherly (58).
Taylor Losey registered a 53 for TC, while Tyler Ward fired a 55 and Meredith Obringer rounded out the scoring with a 62. Smith (72) and Audrey Buskirk (75) also played.
Stockaders take down Blue Jackets
CLYDE — Old Fort had three scores in the 40s, while New Riegel didn’t have one Monday at Green Hills as the Stockaders dropped the Blue Jackets 192-213 in Sandusky Bay Conference River Division play.
Leading the way for Old Fort was Carson Steyer with a 45, while Jarett Woodall added a 48, Kaleb Wilkinson shot a 49 for Old Fort (1-1)and Jack DeRan ended with a 52. Andrew Combs (52) and Collin Nutter (57) also competed.
Dalton Reinhart led New Riegel (0-3) with a 52, while Jacob Theis and Carson Whipple shot twin 53s and Eric Theis had a 55. Sam Whipple shot a 56.
Singles key for Little Giants
CLYDE — Clyde didn’t have any problems in doubles Monday, but it dropped all three singles matches in a 3-2 defeat to Fremont Ross in the season opener for both squads.
Ross’ first singles Gilli Gallagher beat Lakotah Cagle 6-3, 6-2, while No. 2 Lily Abdoo topped Siera Hisey 6-1, 6-7(4), 10-7 and No. 3 Berlin Swaisgood downed Madi Bannister 7-5, 6-2.
Clyde’s first double duo of Mary Wilkerson and Emma Strudthoff beat Sophia Biggins and Izzy Atkinson 6-1, 4-6, 10-5 and the No. 2 team of Hali Hagemeyer and Megan Barrett topped Vivyanna Esquivel and Lillie Swinehart 6-1, 7-6(5).
Edison sweeps Bellevue
BELLEVUE — The season opener for Bellevue didn’t quite go to plan.
Edison dominated the Lady Red in a 5-0 sweep.
In singles play, Edison’s No. 1 Mariah Medina beat Leighann Motley in straight sets 6-0, 6-0, while No. 2 Jayla Medina topped Rayven Whyde 6-3, 6-2 and the No. 3 Emily Vogus beat Elola Little 6-0, 6-0.
The doubles matches went accordingly as the No. 1 duo of Sage Garcia and Perla Monreal downed Kaylee Ries and Tori Keyser 6-1, 6-3 and the No. 2 team of Maddie Corrado and Kaitlyn Cullen upended Lexi Weyer and Emily Moore 7-5, 6-0.