Three Blue Jackets broke 80 to power New Riegel to a second place finish in the 16-team Seneca East Invitational Thursday at Clinton Heights.
Fremont St. Joe won the event posting a 316, led by medalist Connor Dudley, who fired a 69.
For New Riegel, Korey Williams led the way with a 75, Brady Hall followed with a 77, Andrew Hohman carded a 79 while Brandyn Reinhart and Lance Smith shot matching 89s as the Blue Jackets posted a team score of 321.
Van Buren took third with 324. Old Fort edged Bellevue for fourth, 336-337. The Stockaders were consistent across the board with Matt Huber leading the way win an 82. Matt Hill and Adam Alexander each shot 84 while Brad Heilman fired an 86.
Hopewell-Loudon (338) took sixth led by Bryce Gorrell, who finished two shots off the medalist pace with a 71. He was backed up by twin 84s from Jarid Gelinas and Aric Creeger.
Columbian (345), Carey (348), Calvert (350) and Buckeye Central (359) rounded out the top 10.
Seneca East Invitational
at Clinton Heights
Fremont St. Joe 316, New Riegel 321, Van Buren 324, Old Fort 336, Bellevue 337, Hopewell-Loudon 338, Columbian 345, Carey 348, Calvert 350, Buckeye Central 359, Seneca East 362, Lakota 367, Mohawk 369, Riverdale 386, Elmwood 388, Fostoria 432
Buckeye Central: Tanner Zaebest 83; Adam McGinnis 86; Eric Heydinger 95; Matt Sheibley 95; Zach Parker 102
Calvert: Jeremy Hanna 76; Johnny Hays 82; Matt Huffmon 93; Bryan Kennedy 99; Henry Burns 101
Carey: Corbin Blair 75; Lincoln Stansberry 84; Zach Boes 94; Seth Rehus 95; Grant Wentling 102
Columbian: Bryce Creamer 77; Jack Burkes 82; T.J. Wickham 93; Clayton Neal 93; Mason McCool 111
Fostoria: Collin Bernak-Dann 98; Austin Cornell 103; Trey Sanders 114; Luke Leonard 117; Dylan Stone 122
Hopewell-Loudon: Bryce Gorrell 71; Jarid Gelinas 84; Aric Creeger 84; Hunter Kline 103; Adam Black 99
Lakota: Makayla Dull 81; Hunter Chalfin 91; Josh Mason 93; Nate Ray 102; Aaron Reasor 118
Mohawk: Braydon Dunlap 86; J.W. Riedel 89; Hunter Jordon 96; Dillion Ochier 98
Old Fort: Matt Huber 82; Matt Hill 84; Adam Alexander 84; Brad Heilman 86; Cole Davidson 92
New Riegel: Korey Williams 76; Brady Hall 77; Andrew Hohman 79; Brandyn Reinhart 89; Lance Smith 89
Riverdale: Zach Bowman 90; Luke Bowman 95; Seth Thomas 96; Ray Rose 105
Seneca East: Nate Phillips 72; Garrett Clark 95; Austin Holmer 97; Daniel Barkley 98; Bradenn Nagel 105
Fremont St. Joe: Connor Dudley 69; Brett Michael 77; Adam Swint 84; Aaron Burns 86; Collin Spader 96
Van Buren: Mitch Bayer 77; Zach Hiris 78; Erik Glass 80; Mac Williams 89
Bellevue: Tyler Rospert 82; Brad Willis 84; Tom Hosang 85; Cole Normal 86
Elmwood: Brad Corbin 91; Marc Day 94; Allen Dyar 99; Kayleb Stuff 104
Columbian was led by Bryce Creamer's 77. Corblin Blair led Carey with a 75. Jeremy Hanna's 76 was tops for Calvert. Tanner Zaebst was the low-man for Buckeye Central with an 83.
Host Seneca East shot a team 362, led by Nate Phillips who had the third lowest score in the tournament with a 72.
Tigers' coach Gary Manasco was pleased though with the way his whole team has improved from two days prior.
"As a team, we're 20 strokes lower than we were either Monday or Tuesday," he said. "We had a good practice on Wednesday and the kids put some of that practice to work in the match. I'm very pleased with them."
Manasco also mentioned the great shape the course was in, due in part to the Clinton Heights staff who helped organize the tournament.
Lakota (367), Mohawk (369), Riverdale (386), Elmwood (388) and Fostoria (432) rounded out the team scores.
Makayla Dull, who finished 10th at state last year in the girls Division II meet, led the Raiders with an 81. Braydon Dunlap's 86 was tops for Mohawk. Fostoria was led by Collin Bernak-Dann with a 98.