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Raiders, Dull three-peat in SBC River Division

FREMONT — It’s called the Sandusky Bay Conference River Division Tournament, but it still belongs to Lakota and Kyleigh Dull.

The Raiders and Dull each claimed their third-straight SBC River Division Tournament title — by the slimmest margins yet, though — Thursday at Fremont Country Club.

Lakota slipped past Old Fort 339-340 the team championship, with Dull firing a medalist round of 77 to edge runner-up Ashton Groff of Sandusky St. Mary by a stroke. The Lakota junior tied the medalists of the other two divisions — Vermilion’s Brock Fisher in the Lake Division and Margaretta’s Mike Wadsworth in the Bay Division.

Fremont St. Joe also contended for the River Division team crown, taking third with a 341.

Danbury (351), St. Mary (370), New Riegel (372), Hopewell-Loudon (396) and Gibsonburg (402) rounded out the team standings.

Dull and Groff were the only ones to break 80, but the next nine players shot 85 or better.

Connor Hill and Marshall Minich each carded an 86 to back Dull for Lakota, and Jayden Bonnell added a 90. Raiders Colt Dible (100) and Carson Hill (110) also played.

Andrew Combs paced the runner-up Stockaders with an 84, tying him for fifth individually. Carson Steyer and Kaleb Wilkinson each tied for ninth among individuals with twin 85s and Adam Magers shot an 86.

Colin Nutter (89) and Jack DeRan (106) rounded out Old Fort.

New Riegel got an 89 from Jacob Theis, 92 from Sam Whipple, 93 from Brandon Seifert and twin 98s from Carson Whipple and Dalton Reinhart. Eric Theis (107) also played for the Blue Jackets.

Luke Graham’s 91 led Hopewell-Loudon. Tyson Swanagan shot a 100, Owen Schumm had a 101 and Gabe Dohanyos added a 104. Chieftains Layne Myers (117) and Brendan Blott (155) also played.

Strayer tops area field

in SBC Lake Division

FREMONT — Bellevue’s Hudson Strayer led local players by finishing tied for eighth Thursday at the Sandusky Bay Conference Lake Division Tournament at Fremont Country Club.

Strayer shot an 84 for the Redmen.

Norwalk held off Perkins 327-331 for the title. Columbian shot a 358 for third, followed by Vermilion (364), Bellevue (373) and Clyde (384). Sandusky did not field a full team.

Brenton Brown and Griffin Bunting each shot an 87 for Columbian, and Collin Anway and Cole Routzahn added twin 92s. Tornadoes Hayden Carter (97) and Zavier Sherman (99) also played.

Alex Martinez backed Strayer with a 93 for Bellevue and Adam Hosang and Aaron Brubaker both had a 98. Layne Krupp (99) and Sam Hosang (121) completed Bellevue.

Clyde got twin 94s from Mason Gurney and Colby Pocock and twin 98s from Max Yates and Jacob Lee. Fliers Gavin Gill (99) and Ryan Matherne (110) also played.

Vermilion’s Brock Fisher claimed medalist honors with a 77.

Tigers overpower Arcadia

FOSTORIA — Turner Bridgford and Jake Forehand each broke 40 Thursday to key Seneca East’s 155-187 romp past Arcadia at Lakeland.

Bridgford shot a 35 and Forehand fired a 37 for the Tigers. Andy Bauman added a 41 and Andrew Kalb had a 42.

Jon Margraf (48), Nolan Jones (53), Kadin Snay (53) and Jay Shock (59) also played for Seneca East.

Will Recker’s 43 topped the Redskins and Casey Cramer had a 46.

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