SE second at own invitational

PHOTO BY ZACH BAKER Seneca East’s Jake Forehand watches his putt at Clinton Heights at the Seneca East Invitational Thursday. Forehand shot a team-best 79.

Jake Forehand fired a team-best 79, and Seneca East finished second at its own Invitational Thursday at Clinton Heights.

St. Joe — with five players in the 80s — won the tournament with a 333, eight strokes ahead of the Tigers.

Garrett Michael shot an 82 for the Streaks. Seneca East got an 82 from Turner Bridgford, an 86 from Andy Bauman and a 95 from Andrew Kalb.

Wynford finished third with a 351, ahead of North Baltimore (358), Hopewell-Loudon (364) and Ridgedale (373). Buckeye Central, which placed eighth, had a 368. Adam Krebs had an 84 for the Bucks, while teammate Tyler Rose put up a 93 and Jarod Mason a 94.

Bellevue (378), Mohawk (398), Bucyrus (398) and Columbian (406) rounded out the scoring.

Full results were not available.

Sarka stars as TC takes third

WILLARD — Ava Sarka shot a medal-winning 87, and Columbian placed third at the Willard Invitational.

Buckeye Central finished with a 408, the same score as Columbian, but got second due to its fifth score being better. The teams were just two strokes off the pace of the Flashes, who scored a 408.

The Tornadoes got a 100 from Taylor Losey, and a 109 from Meredith Obringer.

Norwalk (417), St. Paul (418) and Seneca East (505) also competed in the tournament.