Mohawk boys drop Eagles in Galion
GALION — Mohawk went on the road to Valley View Tuesday, but came away with a 208-218 Northern 10 Athletic Conference victory over Colonel Crawford.
Kael Margraf led the way for the Warriors (1-1) with a 47, while Austin Tusing added a 50, Evan Kuenzli chipped in a 54 and Reese Hannam ended with a 57. Owen England shot a 58 and Zach King carded a 60.
Gavin Feichtner led the Eagles (0-3) with a 49. They also got 55s from Seth Lohr and Brennan Hamilton and a 59 by Cyler Hoepf. Caleb Christman (61) and Cole Zender (65) also played for Colonel Crawford.
Perkins gets by Columbian
HURON — Despite a 47 from Columbian’s Meredith Obringer, Perkins took down the Tornadoes 195-219 at Thunderbird South in Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division play.
Lexee Kim shot a 44 for the Pirates (2-1), while Lauren Visci chipped in a 48, Avery Bing recorded a 51 and Ireland Weatherly finished with a 52.
Ali Woessner and Audrey Buskirk shot twin 57s for TC (0-2), and Norah Smith carded a 58. Bailey Hull shot a 64 and Carly Marie Beck ended with a 66.
Bellevue routs Sandusky
CLYDE — Bellevue crushed Sandusky by 110 strokes Tuesday to get a 168-278 Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division win at Sleepy Hollow.
Hudson Strayer’s 40 paced the Redmen, while Alex Martinez had a 42 and Adam Hosang and Layne Krupp each shot a 43. Hayden Foos registered a 46 and Easton Hicks followed with a 50.
Josh Bishop and Sydney Nitschke shot twin 66s for the Blue Streaks. They also got a 70 from Katie May and a 76 from Disia Allison.
Chargers blitz Rams
MILAN — Ian Janssen scored two goals and Connor Romell and Sam Lopez both had a goal and an assist Tuesday to key Edison’s 5-1 win against Upper Sandusky.
The Chargers (1-0-1) led 2-0 at halftime after goals by Dylan O’Dell and Janssen. Lopez, Romell and Janssen each scored in the second half.
The Rams (1-1) got on the board when Luke Amert converted a pass from Sudesh Grafmiller with 21:05 to play.
The game was called less than a minute after Upper Sandusky’s goal due to weather.
Anson Hill stopped 14 shots for Upper Sandusky. Edison’s Travin Baughman had three saves.