Bellevue showed why it's projected to be at the top of the Northern Ohio League standings during a dual meet Thursday with Columbian at Seneca Hills. The Redmen's sixth man, Tom Hosang, shot a 40 and it wasn't even included in the team scores.
Dylan Dewitt and Ryan Wilburn posted 37s with Isaac Hartley adding a 38 and Thomas Pressler carding a 39 in a 151-198 victory over the Tornadoes in the season-opener for both schools.
Jack Burkes and T.J. Wickham each shot 45 to lead Columbian. Wesley Henkel shot a 52 and Eline Widman carded a 56.
Carey edges out North Baltimore
CAREY - Carey needed a balanced team effort to squeak past North Baltimore Thursday at Bob's Countryside. The Blue Devils (2-0) got a 44 from Grant Wentling, twin 46s from Russell Phillips and Alex Kimmet and a 47 from Devon Huffman to top the Tigers 183-186.
Brock Boyer and Grant Boyer each matched Wentling's 44 to share medalist honors.
North Baltimore 186
At Bob's Countryside
Carey (2-0): Grant Wentling 44, Russell Phillips 46, Alex Kimmet 46, Devon Huffman 47, Anthony Driggers 51, Luke Vaughn 55
North Baltimore (1-2): Brock Boyer 44, Garrett Boyer 44, Jacob Frost 46, Noah Brian 52, Chad Wright 56, Aurelian Greene 66
Buckeye Central 160, Seneca East 180
At Cranberry Hills
Buckeye Central (1-0): Tanner Zaebst 37, Adam McGinnis 39, Matt Sheibley 41, Derek Shell 43, Randy Mason 47, Aaron Walter 47
Seneca East (0-3): Austin Holmer 43, Johnny Diehm 44, Riley Kalb 45, Braden Nagel 48, Jack Daniel 52, Joey Lattamore 60
At Seneca Hills
Bellevue (1-0, 1-0): Dylan Dewitt 37, Ryan Wilburn 37, Isaac Hartley 38, Thomas Pressler 39, Tyler Rospert 45, Tom Hosang 40
Columbian (0-1, 0-1): Jack Burkes 45, T.J. Wickham 45, Eline Widman 56, Logan Gardner 58, Katie Bogner 60, Wesley Henkel 52
Bucks open season with a win
NEW WASHINGTON - Buckeye Central got two sub-40 rounds to get past Seneca East in its season opener, 160-180.
Tanner Zaebst had the low round of the day with a 37, while Adam McGinnis was right behind him with a 39. Also for Buckeye Central, Matt Sheibley shot a 41 while Derek Shell carded a 43.
Austin Holmer shot a 43 to lead Seneca East.