Mohawk girls hold off Upper Sandusky
Hayden Heilman shot a medal-winning 46 at Seneca Hills Friday, helping Mohawk’s girls to a 213-224 win over Upper Sandusky.
Madison Wagner shot a 55, with Warrior teammates Alayna Kindle and Carlee Hummel each recording a 56.
The Rams, who fell to 0-2, were paced by a 53 from Katie Conley and 54s from Hailey Courtad and Grace Sayre.
Tanner’s 41 lifts Carey over Riverdale
CAREY — Ethan Tanner had a birdie and four pars Friday at Bob’s Countryside, posting a 5-over 41 and pushing Carey to a 176-198 victory over Riverdale.
McKain Miller had a 43 for the Blue Devils, while teammate Kole Phillips posted a 45 and Brayden Miller a 47.
Riverdale’s Andrew Kuenzli was the match’s medalist, shooting a 3-over 39. Curtis Tracy added a 45 for the Falcons.
Montgomery excels at Willard
WILLARD — It’s no surprise when Upper Sandusky’s Brett Montgomery wins a medal in a golf tournament.
He’s just that good.
But still, what he did in the weather-shortened Willard Invitational Friday is eyebrow-raising.
The Rams’ standout finished first in the individual standings with a nine-hole score of 34. He was one of only two players — Genoa’s Ethan Smith being the other — who shot in the 30s. And Smith shot a 38.
It was the second-consecutive year Montgomery has won in Willard, and coach Rams’ coach Graham Treadway said his man was rolling on the second nine when weather rolled in.
“Brett was 3 under with two holes to play when they called it,” Treadway said. “Brett was striking the ball really well and made a few nice birdies.”
Montgomery led the Rams to a second-place 167. Scores were tabulated for every player after nine holes. Genoa, the team champion, also shot a 167, winning by the fifth-man tiebreaker.
For Upper Sandusky, Trevor Clifford shot a 41, which was four shots better than teammate Isaiah Washburn, and six strokes better than another teammate, Owen Knapp. Ben Latham added a 49 for Upper Sandusky.
The Rams finished second despite being without usual scorer Evan Young, who was out with an injury.
Host Willard finished third with a 176. The Flashes were led by Kolin McKelvey, who fired a 40. Plymouth followed with a 188, and Bellevue was fifth with a 194.
Conor Rospert put up a 46 to lead the Redmen, and fellow Bellevue player Garrett Vickery came in a stroke behind him.
Buckeye Central was sixth with a 205. Adam Krebs shot a BC-best 47, while fellow Buck Tyler Rose had a 48.
Black River (215) and Norwalk St. Paul (248) rounded out the scoring.