L-B first, Clyde fifth at Port Clinton Classic

PORT CLINTON — Liberty-Benton had three of the top six finishers at the Port Clinton Golf Classic at Catawba Country Club, and held off Van Buren by seven strokes to win the tournament with a 323.

The Black Knights had the top individual player, as Noah Fredrick fired a medal-winning 75.

Clyde’s Ben Hohenstein shot an area-best 88. He shot a 41 over his final nine holes, and helped the Fliers to a 372 and a fifth-place finish.

Calvert shot a 401, good enough for 14th place in the 20-team tournament. The Senecas were paced by Dominic Mangiola, who scored a 91, and by Brayden Thomas, who shot a 98. Right behind the Senecas was Bellevue, which shot a 402. Garrett Vickery put up a team-best 94, and Hudson Stayer had a 98 for the Redmen.

The Fliers received a 92 from Ryder Gamerstfelder, a 95 from Tyler Dearth and a 97 from Grant Reese.

Dull fires an 81

to lead Lakota

BOWLING GREEN — Kyleigh Dull’s 81 placed her fourth overall in the standings at the Wildcat Invitational at Stone Ridge, and pushed Lakota to a second-pace finish Wednesday.

St. Henry shot a 354 to win the tournament, while Lakota had a 362, Carey was fourth (378), Hopewell-Loudon was fifth (388), Old Fort was seventh (393) and New Riegel placed 12th (441).

Ethan Longoria added a 92, Jayden Bonnell had a 98 and Colt Dible ended with a 104 for the Raiders.

Ethan Tanner led Carey with a 90. McKain Miller shot a 92 for the Blue Devils, while Dylan Grothaus and Carter Frederick had a 98.

St. Henry shot a 354 to win the tournament.

Cody Balliet’s 91 led H-L’s efforts. It also got a 96 from Luke Graham, a 99 from Owen Schumm and a 102 from Kiley Cline.

Colin Nutter fired a 93 for Old Fort, while Kaleb Wilkinson (98), Jarett Woodall (100) and Andrew Combs (102) also played.

Jacob Theis led New Riegel with a 104. It got a 108 from Carson Whipple, a 114 by Brandon Seifert and a 115 from Dalton Reinhart.

BC wins own

tournament

NEW WASHINGTON — Lexi Biglin didn’t have the top score of the tournament, but she led the invite-winning Bucks with a 96 at Cranberry Hills at the Buckeye Central Invite Wednesday.

Backing Biglin was Alli Stahl with a 104, Liz Heydinger fired a 105 and Layne Vanderpool finished with a 109. Beth Cronau shot a 123.

Buckeye Central shot a 414, beating Mohawk, who had a 453. Seneca East was fourth (482) and Upper Sandusky placed fifth (516).

Hayden Heilman led Mohawk with a 111. It also got a 112 from Alayna Kindle, a 113 by Madison Wagner and a 117 from Carlee Hummel. Kaiden Mathis carded a 149.

Seneca East’s Taylor Greilich’s 114 led the Tigers, while Olivia Boeser (118), Moriah Love (123) and Alivia Lucius (127) also played.

Katie Clark (117), Hally Courtad (121), Olivia Barth (135) and Kendra Conley (143) all played for the Rams.

Sarka cards an 84 at Edison Invite

HURON — Columbian’s Ava Sarka had a solid day on the golf course Wednesday, recording an 84 as the Tornadoes totaled a 408 at the Edison Invite.

Taylor Losey shot a 101 for TC, while Meredith Obringer had a 108 and Tyler Ward rounded out the scoring with a 115. Norah Smith (139) and Camryn Gibson (142) also competed.

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