Clyde 4th, Bellevue 5th at TC Invitational
Ashland completely ran away with the Columbian Invitational Friday at Seneca Hills, shooting a 308, which was 55 strokes better than Shelby.
As far as local teams, Clyde placed fourth with a 401, Bellevue’s junior varsity was fifth (417), host Columbian was eighth (444), Mohawk came in 11th (487) and Buckeye Central placed 13th (574).
Brooke Newsome led the way for Clyde with a 92, while Margaret Hilliker added a 98, Grace Pocock shot a 101 and Kennedy Brown ended with a 110. Zoey Fairbanks carded a 114 and Felicity Hahl finished with a 132.
For the Lady Red JV, Tea Layne shot a 98. It also got a 102 from Aubrey Michaels, a 107 from Jillian Sumser and 110s from Alli Michaels and Kendall Collins. Nadea Strause shot a 111.
Ali Woessner’s 102 led the Tornadoes, while Meredith Obringer shot a 104, Audrey Buskirk added a 118 and Bailey Hull posted a 120. Carly Marie Beck (125) and Breanna Brock (141) also competed for TC.
Alayna Kindle led Mohawk’s efforts with a 102, Kaiden Mathias fired a 122, Kennedy Pettry had a 129 and Emmah Danner finished with a 134. Joselyn Eader shot a 144. Eva Lewis recorded a 139 for the Bucks. They also got a 144 from Megan Rhodes, a 145 by Izzy Niedermier and a 146 from Emilee Brown. Cadence Vaughn (152) also played.
Ashland’s Anna Watson medaled with a 71.
Jake Forehand and the rest of his Seneca East teammates continued their hot play this season with a 150-178 Northern 10 Athletic Conference victory over Buckeye Central Friday at Clinton Heights.
Forehand fired a 36 for the Tigers, while Andy Bauman and Turner Bridgford shot twin 37s and Andrew Kalb rounded out the scoring with a 40. Jon Margraf (45) and Nolan Jones (49) also played.
Kaiden Vaughn’s 41 led BC (2-1). It also received 45s from Logan Niese and Tyler Rose and a 47 by Jarod Mason. Alex Kanney and Justin Dentinger both shot a 49.
gets 3rd win
CLYDE — Adam Hosang registered a 38 for Bellevue in a 175-193 win over Clyde in Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division play at Sleepy Hollow.
Alex Martinez and Hudson Strayer both shot a 45 for the Redmen (3-2, 2-1 SBC Lake), while Layne Krupp ended with a 47.
Max Yates had a 45 for the Fliers, while Jacob Lee finished with a 47.