Mangiola leads consistent Senecas over Golden Bears

Prep Golf Roundup

FREMONT — Calvert was a model of consistency Wednesday at Sycamore Hills.

And Dominic Mangiola led the way.

The Senecas’ golfer shot a 41 against Gibsonburg Wednesday, leading a day of consistent scoring in a 174-176 win over the Golden Bears.

Also for the Senecas, Brayden Thomas and Maddy Brown each registered a 44, and Jacob Kin rounded out the scoring with a 45.

Will Klepper had a 49 for Calvert, and Brayden Elchert had a 52.

Gibsonburg’s Fred Sisco had a medal-winning 39, and teammate Nathan Tornow shot a 41.

Little, Norwalk upend Columbian girls

NORWALK — Anna Little had the day’s best score, and Norwalk ended up holding off Columbian by 11 strokes.

Little shot a 42, and Norwalk trippled the Tornadoes, 210-199 at Eagle Creek.

Ava Sarka shot a 44 for Columbian’s best score, while Taylor Losey shot a 50 and Meredith Obringer had a 56 and Tyler Ward shot a 60.

Norah Smith had a 66 for Columbian, and Breanna Brock had a 72.

Montgomery shoots par in Rams’ triumph

UPPER SANDUSKY — Brett Montgomery did what he usually does, and his teammates weren’t far behind Wednesday in a tri with Bellevue and Elmwood at Lincoln Hills.

The Upper Sandusky junior shot an even-par 37, leading the Rams to a 170-186 win over the Redmen at Lincoln Hills.

Elmwood, behind a 49 from Mason Greene, had a 213.

While Montgomery was even par, Ram teammates Trevor Clifford had a 40 and Owen Knapp had a 44. Isaiah Washburn shot a 49.

Bellevue was paced by Garret Vicory, who had a 45, and by Conner Rosspert and Zach Eskins each had a 46. Alex Martinez shot a 49.

Blue Jackets pick up first W

New Riegel notched its first win of the season, getting past St. Mary 103-207 at Seneca Hills.

Jacob Theis had a team-best 46 for New Riegel, while three Blue Jackets –Dalton Reinhart, Carson Whipple and Ethan Pahl — each shot a 49.

Eric Theis had a 50 for New Riegel, and Sam Whipple had a 51.

The Panthers got a 45 from Casey Crooks.

Dearth leads strong scores in Clyde victory

CLYDE — Clyde’s Tyler Dearth tied for the best score of the day in a match against Norwalk, and the Fliers held on for a 173-179 win over the Truckers.

Dearth fired a 42, a stroke ahead of teammate Grant Reese. The Fliers’ Logan Nicely and Ryder Gamertsfelder each put up a 44, and Ben Hohenstein had a 50.

The Truckers’ Zach Crane matched Dearth with a 42, while Carter Kluding had a 43.

Lucius paces Tigers

Alivia Lucius shot a match-best 49, and Seneca East’s girls outclassed Upper Sandusky 249-212 at Clinton Heights.

Three of the four scores that counted for the Tigers were better than the Rams’ best score. Katie Conley’s 59 was Upper Sandusky’s best number. For Seneca East. Moriah Love and Elli French each shot a 51.

Dull dominates for Lakota

Kyleigh Dull was at least 11 strokes better than everyone Wednesday, and Lakota toppled Danbury by seven strokes.

Dull led the Raiders with a medal-winning 37, and Jayden Bonnell delivered a 46 as Lakota beat Danbury, 179-186.

Three Raiders — Ethan Longoria, Connor Hill and Marshall Minich — all put up a 48 for the Raiders.

Danbury’s David Mesnard shot a 43.

Red Devils edge Carey

ARLINGTON — It doesn’t get much closer.

Carey got a 43 from Ethan Tanner, a 46 from McCain Miller and a 48 from from Dylan Grothaus at Sycamore Springs Wednesday. Carter Frederick rounded out the scoring with a 49.

But Arlington was just a little bit better, and edged Carey 185-186.

Brayden Bushong had a 42 for the Red Devils, while Will Bushong added a 44.

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