Kalb, Seneca East win own Invite
Seneca East continued its hot play to begin the season, shooting a 303 to win the Seneca East Golf Invitational Thursday at Clinton Heights.
The Tigers tore up the competition, topping second-place Fremont St. Joe by 26 strokes. Buckeye Central was fourth (372), Hopewell-Loudon placed sixth (378), Mohawk seventh (389), Old Fort’s junior varsity was eighth (406) and Bellevue came in ninth (411).
Individually, the Tigers had all four scorers in the 70s as Andrew Kalb led the way with a 72, which was the best score of the day at the tournament. Andy Bauman tacked on a 76, Jake Forehand shot a 77 and Turner Bridgford had a 78. Jon Margraf (90) also played for the Tigers.
Alex Kanney carded a solid 88 for Buckeye Central, while Logan Niese and Jarod Mason each shot a 92 and Tyler Rose ended with a 100. Kaiden Vaughn shot a 107. H-L’s Owen Schumm led the charge with a 90. It also got a 91 from Luke Graham, a 96 from Gabe Dohanyos, a 101 from Layne Myers and a 104 by Tyson Swanagan.
Reese Hannam led Mohawk with a 93, while teammate Austin Tusing shot a 94, Kael Margraf carded a 95 and Brodie Detterman finished with a 107. Owen England recorded a 109. For Old Fort, Jack DeRan registered a 94, Alec King shot a 98, Dre Toy had a 106 and Casey Clouse ended with a 108. Dylan Baker shot a 112.
Aaron Brubaker led Bellevue with a 95. The Redmen also got a 98 from Easton Hicks, a 107 from Corbin Snyder and a 111 by Gavin Burgnone. Sam Hosang finished with a 118. Fostoria was there, but just two golfers finish. Libby Welly (126) and Noah Damschroder (131) played for the Redmen.
Tigers take down Chieftains
HURON — Despite a 41 from Hopewell-Loudon’s Kiley Cline, Huron beat the Chieftains 175-206 at Thunderbird South Thursday.
Liv Baus also shot a 41 for the Tigers, while Gabby Buathier added a 43, Kelsey Stadler shot a 45 and Mallory Nelson finished with a 46. Jenny Cobleigh (46) and Reece Will (57) also competed for Huron.
Backing Cline for the Chieftains were Morgan Searles with a 49, Olivia Zender with a 55 and Abbey Yarris with a 61. Kasey Thompson carded a 63 and Hannah Fought recorded a 65.
Trucker girls win SBC
Lake tilt against Columbian
NORWALK — Norwalk produced two scores in the 40s to knock off Columbian 203-216 in an early-season Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division matchup at Eagle Creek.
Noelle Jackson led everyone with a 44, while Hannah Dumbeck added a 47, Chloe Thomas shot a 52 and Mylea Barber recorded a 60. Mimi Serotko (74) and Caitlyn Harris (76) also competed.
For TC, Meredith Obringer led the way with a 46. It also got a 52 from Ali Woessner, a 56 by Carly Marie Beck and a 62 from Audrey Buskirk. Bailey Hull shot a 64 and Breanna Brock finished with an 80.
Crane’s 37 fuels Norwalk
boys over Tornadoes
NORWALK — Zac Crane felt at home at Eagle Creek Thursday, carding a 37 to lead Norwalk to a 169-212 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division win over Columbian.
Carter Kluding tacked on a 40 for the Truckers, while Ian Minor shot a 45 and Kyle Smith had a 47. Isaac Scheel recorded a 48 and Justin Sommers shot a 52.
TC got a 48 from Brenton Brown, a 53 from Griffin Bunting, a 55 from Cole Routzahn and a 56 by Collin Anway. Zavier Sherman (58) and Jimmy Skidmore (61) also played for the Tornadoes.