Graham’s 40 propels Hopewell-Loudon

PHOTO BY ZACH BAKER Hopewell-Loudon’s Luke Graham watches his putt Thursday during a tri-match against Danbury and Sandusky St. Mary at Loudon Meadows.

FOSTORIA — Luke Graham led Hopewell-Loudon to a Sandusky Bay Conference River Division tri-match win with a 40 Thursday at Loudon Meadows.

H-L topped Danbury 183-189, while Sandusky St. Mary shot a 197.

Gabe Dohanyos added a 46 for the Chieftains, while Owen Schumm had a 47 and Layne Myers shot a 50. Brendon Blott (53) and Walker Suter (60) also played for H-L.

Grayson Clark shot a 38 to lead Danbury, while Casey Crooks fired a 37 to medal for the Panthers.

Galion knocks off

Upper Sandusky

GALION — Despite a 39 from Brett Montgomery, Upper Sandusky dropped its first match of the season in a 164-172 loss to Galion at Sycamore Creek.

Owen Knapp shot a 41 for the Rams (3-1), while Evan Young chipped in a 44 and Benjamin Latham finished with a 48. Gavin Carey shot a 55 and Ethan Collin was one stroke behind him.

Matt McMullen and Spencer Keller shot twin 39s for the Tigers (2-0). Max Longwell added a 42 and Nate McMullen ended with a 44.

Bucks take

care of Warriors

NEW WASHINGTON — With the help of three 42s, Buckeye Central defeated Northern 10 Athletic Conference foe Mohawk 171-182 at Cranberry Hills.

Alex Kanney, Jarod Mason and Kaiden Vaughn had the 42s for the Bucks. Logan Niese rounded out the scoring with a 45. Tyler Rose carded a 47 and Justin Dentinger finished with a 51.

Reese Hannam posted a 41 for the Warriors. They also got a 45 from Kael Margraf and 48s from Austin Tusing and Owen England. Evan Kuenzli recorded a 50 and Zach King posted a 51.

Rams slip past Royals

UPPER SANDUSKY — Upper Sandusky finished off a perfect 3-0 week with a 224-226 victory over Northern 10 Athletic Conference rival Wynford at Lincoln Hills.

Katie Clark led the way for the Rams (5-4, 3-1 N10) with a 50, while Liv Grier tacked on a 55, Kendra Conley shot a 58 and Haley Rowland came in with a 61. MacKenzie Kidwell and Ellie Dible both shot a 72 for USHS.

Caity Scheifer fired a 51 for the Royals. They also got 58s from Gabby Johnson and Kassidy Stanford and a 59 by Jordyn Alspach.

“I’m extremely proud of my team and how hard they are playing,” Rams coach Matt Miles said. “Several of the girls are showing up to practices and matches 30 minutes early and hitting on their own. Their efforts are really making a difference.”

Sailors squeak by TC

VERMILION — Griffin Bunting registered a 41 for Columbian Thursday at Willow Creek, but it wasn’t enough as Vermilion slipped past the Tornadoes 183-186.

Gus Matheson led the Sailors (2-1) with a 44, while Josh DiFucci and Evan Humphrey shot twin 46s and Carter Klausing ended with a 47.

Backing Bunting for TC (0-2) were Brenton Brown (46), Collin Anway (49) and Zavier Sherman (50). Cole Routzahn shot a 52 and Jimmy Skidmore finished with a 59.

Warriors get N10 win

NEW WASHINGTON — Hayden Heilman tallied a 52 for Mohawk to help the Warriors take down Buckeye Central 241-269 in Northern 10 Athletic Conference action at Cranberry Hills.

Alayna Kindle chipped in a 53 for the Warriors. They also got a 66 from Emmah Danner and a 70 from Kaiden Mathias. Kennedy Pettry shot a 71 and Kinzi Mathias added a 72.

For the Bucks, Eva Lewis led the charge with a 61, while Megan Rhodes (65), Emilee Brown (70) and Izzy Niedermier (73) contributed to the scoring. Cadence Vaughn shot a 76.

Cline’s 41 paces H-L

SANDUSKY — Kiley Cline continued her fantastic play early this season with a 41 Thursday at Plumbrook Country Club to boost the Chieftains past Sandusky St. Mary 223-242.

Emma Kidd tallied a 60 for H-L (3-3), while Morgan Searles, Kasey Thompson and Abbey Yarris all carded a 61. Hannah Fought shot a 64.

Lucy Sema’s 57 led the Panthers. They also got a 61 from Amanda Mills and 62s by Marisa Sema and Annie Sema.

Carey stays perfect

FOSTORIA — McKain Miller posted a 34 to lead Carey to a 164-199 Northern 10 Athletic Conference victory over Colonel Crawford at Lakeland.

With the win, the Blue Devils are 6-0 overall and 1-0 in the N10.

Ethan Tanner and Brayden Miller shot 43s, while Kole Phillips recorded a 44 for Carey. Carter Frederick (45) and Peyton Young (51) also competed.

Seth Lohr’s 46 led the Eagles (0-2, 0-2).

Stockaders drop Wildcats

CLYDE — With four scores in the 80s, Old Fort downed Woodmore 337-381 at Green Hills.

Carson Steyer and Kaleb Wilkinson each carded an 83 for OF, while Adam Magers shot an 84 and Andrew Combs ended with an 87. Jack DeRan posted a 91, while Colin Nutter finished with a 92.

Woodmore’s Danny Greenhill medaled with a 76.