Montgomery fires Rams past Carey

Rams’ standout shoots 3 under par

UPPER SANDUSKY — Brett Montgomery didn’t par every hole, just seven of them. The other two went for an eagle and a birdie.

His 3-under 33 paved the way Friday as unbeaten Upper Sandusky dropped Carey 171-189 in a Northern 10 Athletic Conference dual at Lincoln Hills.

Montgomery started with three pars before eagling the par-5 No. 4 hole and firing a birdie on No. 5.

Owen Knapp added a 45 for the Rams (5-0, 1-0 N10), Trevor Clifford shot a 46 and Isaiah Washburn carded a 47.

Benjamin Latham (50) and Evan Young (54) also played for Upper Sandusky.

Ethan Tanner’s 45 and McKain Miller’s 46 keyed the Blue Devils (2-2, 1-1). Kole Phillips chipped in a 48 and Carter Frederick had a 50. Dylan Grothaus (52) and Brayden Miller (53) also played for Carey.

St. Joe doubles down on Stockaders

FREMONT — Fremont St. Joe’s players bunched their scores Friday to beat Old Fort 172-182 at Sycamore Hills.

Garrett Michael and Blake Michael each fired a 42 for the Crimson Streaks, and Lance Emrich and Cole Stull both had a 44.

The Stockaders got twin 43s from Kaleb Wilkinson and Jarett Woodall, a 47 from Andrew Combs and a 49 from Colin Nutter. Carson Steyer (51) and Jake DeRan (53) also played for Old Fort.

TC takes fourth at Seneca Hills Invite

Ava Sarka carded an 86 Friday to lead Columbian to fourth at the Columbian Seneca Hills Invitational at Seneca Hills.

Ashland upended Shelby 328-339 for the title behind a medalist round of 75 by Kira Moore.

Perkins took third with a 389, followed by Columbian (413), Margaretta (419), Bellevue (438), Wynford (449), Hopewell-Loudon (466), Norwalk (477) and Ontario (548).

Tyler Ward backed Sarka with a 106 for the Tornadoes, Meredith Obringer shot a 108 and Taylor Losey had a 113. Norah Smith (127) and Breanna Brock (135) also played for TC.

Bellevue got a 106 from Isabel Sanchez, 108 from Kendall Collins, 110 from Tea Layne and 114 from Nadea Strause. Kylie Andres (126) and Madison Loradi (142) also hit the course for the Redmen.

Kylie Cline’s 89 paced H-L. Morgan Searles added a 123, Olivia Zender shot a 124 and Abbey Yarris had a 130. Kasey Thompson (145) also played for the Chieftains.