Ava Sarka’s 41 lifts Columbian

PHOTO BY JILL GOSCHE Columbian's Audrey Buskirk tees off during a golf match against Bellevue at Mohawk Golf & Country Club Tuesday afternoon.

Columbian’s Ava Sarka ended her day Tuesday with back-to-back birdies to shoot a 41 at Mohawk Country Club.

It was good enough to lead her team over previously unbeaten Bellevue 196-202 in Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division play.

Taylor Losey shot a 50 for the Tornadoes (6-3), while Meredith Obringer added a 52 and Tyler Ward finished with a 53. Ali Woessner shot a 53 and Audrey Buskirk recorded a 68.

Lara Spurlock led Bellevue (7-1) with a 46, Olivia Martines added a 50, Cass Biedrzycki had a 52 and Riley Hager registered a 54. Keyara Schneider carded a 57 and Tristian Rupp ended with a 58.

Senecas beat

up Blue Jackets

Calvert got its eighth win Tuesday with a 181-215 Sandusky Bay Conference River Division victory over New Riegel at Mohawk Country Club.

Brayden Thomas led the way for the Senecas (8-3) with a 42, Dominic Mangiola added a 44, Maddy Brown carded a 47 and Jacob Kin added a 48.

Jacob Theis was the lone Blue Jacket in the 40s with a 44. Carson and Sam Whipple added 55s and Brandon Seifert finished with a 61.

“Better score tonight all around,” Senecas coach Joel Ardner said. “We wanted four kids in the 40s tonight and that’s what we got. Still about 10 shots left out there, so we’ll take the good performance and the win and go to work to improve on it.”

Carey downs SE, NB

CAREY — There were three 40s carded in a tri-match between Carey, Seneca East and North Baltimore Tuesday at Bob’s Countryside.

McKain Miller’s propelled Carey to a 174-189 win over Seneca East, while North Baltimore finished with a 191.

Backing Miller for Carey (9-3, 5-2 Northern 10 Athletic Conference) were Ethan Tanner and Dylan Grothaus with twin 43s and Brayden Miller shot a 48. Carter Frederick scored a 54 and Kole Phillips ended with a 56.

Jake Forehand had Seneca East’s 40, while Andrew Kalb added a 47, Andy Bauman had a 49 and Turner Bridgford carded a 53. Jon Margraf posted a 55 and Jay Shock finished with an 84.

North Baltimore’s Jaden Bucher had a 40, Hunter Baker (46), Elias Burleson (49) and Malchi Peyton-Hobbs (56) also contributed.

Royals squeak

past Bucks

BUCYRUS — Despite a 42 from Buckeye Central’s Alex Kanney, Wynford slipped past the Bucks 183-184 for a Northern 10 Athletic Conference win at the Golf Club of Bucyrus.

Jarod Mason and Tyler Rose shot a 47 for the Bucks (4-7, 3-5 N10), while Adam Krebs ended with a 48. Nick Fike and Nic Ratliff shot twin 55s.

Perkins defeats

TC by 3 strokes

SANDUSKY — It was close, but Perkins got by Columbian 177-180 in Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division action at Wousickett.

Perkins (6-3) got a 43 from Jacob Williams, 44s from John Sharp and Sam Siegel and a 46 by Drew McVeigh. Ryan Johnson and Ian Hephill added 47s.

For TC (6-3), Brenton Brown and Trevor McCarthy shot twin 44s, and Andrew Branson and Griffin Bunting both shot a 46. Greg Gase also shot a 46 and Gabe Reyes finished with a 51.

BC takes care

of Warriors

NEW WASHINGTON — Lexi Biglin fueled Buckeye Central to a 230-265 Northern 10 Athletic Conference win over Mohawk with a 55 at Cranberry Hills.

The other scores for the Bucks were Alli Stahl (57), Liz Heydinger (57), Layne Vanderpool (61), Leah Vanderpool (67), Madi Diesch (73) and Beth Cronau (75).

For Mohawk, Alayna Kindle shot a 56, Carlee Hummell added a 62, Emmah Danner shot a 71 and Kaiden Mathias ended with a 76.

Pirates sweep Lady Red

SANDUSKY — Perkins didn’t waste much time with Bellevue Tuesday in a 5-0 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division victory.

At singles, Perkins’ Emma Lynch dropped Rayven Whyde 2-6, 6-3, 10-8 at No. 1, Maria Schoder defeated Ella Little 6-2, 6-4 at No. 2 and Dehvin Shumate upended Kaitlyn Cullen 6-0, 6-1 at No. 3.

At doubles, the No. 1 team of Ryleigh Keller and Diana Schoder topped Sage Garcia and Perla Monreal 6-0, 6-0, while the No. 2 squad of Katie Koch and Abriye Sketon downed Alivia Hammons and Taylor Fisher 6-3, 6-4.

The Lady Red dropped to 3-3 overall and 2-1 in the SBC Lake.

Tornadoes blast Sailors

VERMILION — Other than one match at doubles, Columbian dominated Vermilion Tuesday with a 4-1 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division win.

In singles play, No. 1 Casey Knutson beat Karsyn Brewer 6-4, 6-1 for TC, No. 2 Katie Smith took down Olivia Stacklin 6-4, 6-2 and Vermilion forfeited third singles.

The No. 2 TC doubles team of Morgan Amory and Whitney Johnston beat Kara Shockley and Emily Smith 6-4, 6-4.

The No. 1 duo of Macy Boger and Kelsey Osborne dropped Erin Musil and Alexis Smith 6-3, 6-0 for Vermilion’s lone victory.

Truckers handle Fliers

NORWALK — Norwalk is unbeaten in the Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division for a reason and it was evident Tuesday with a 5-0 sweep of Clyde.

In singles, No. 1 Megan Berry beat Lakotah Cagle 6-0, 6-0, No. 2 Gabby Horowitz downed Megan Barrett 6-2, 6-0 and No. 3 Lauren Metcalf upended Klara Miller 6-2, 6-2.

It was much of the same in doubles as the No. 1 Trucker team of Jordan Gran and Sela Berry beat Emma Strudthoff and Mary Wilkerson 6-0, 6-1 and the No. 2 team of Mara Berry and Alexa Moore topped Alyssa Lauer and Hali Hagemeyer 6-0, 6-2.

The Truckers are now 12-1 overall and 8-0 in the SBC Lake, while Clyde dropped to 6-5 and 4-2 in the league.