BETTSVILLE- Peyton Miller carded a 48 and Jordan Magers fired 52, leading Old Fort to a 224-243 over Seneca East in girls golf Wednesday at Nature Trails.
It was the first match for the new Seneca East program.
Caylie Menkhoff shot 61, while Sammy Miller (63) and Adrianna Stock tallied 66 in the Stockader win.
PHOTO BY PAT GAIETTO
Seneca East’s Shelby Bumb tees off on the 11th hole at Nature Trails as Old Fort’s Caylie Menkhoff (left) and Sammy Miller watch the shot Wednesday.
Old Fort’s Caylie Menkhoff hits a chip on the 10th hole at Nature Trails Wednesday during a match against Seneca East.
Seneca East's Shelby Bumb shot 47, grabbing medalist honors.
SW's Campbell owns Loudon Meadows
FOSTORIA - Nobody at Loudon Meadows got within six shots of St. Wendelin's Peter Campbell, as the Mohawks hosted Carey and Arcadia in triangular play. Campbell blistered the course shooting an even-par 35 helping St. Wendelin (5-1) beat Carey 173-177 for the win. Arcadia shot 186.
Campbell was backed by Joey DeHaven with a 44, and Makenzie McAfee and Cameron Hunter, who each shot 47s.
Carey (4-3) was led by Alex Kimmet who had the second-best score of the day, posting a 41. Grant Wentling and Marcus Miller each shot 45s and Luke Vaughn added a 46.
Arcadia's top shooter was Jake Hill with a 43.
Columbian good, Ontario better
MANSFIELD - Jack Burkes shot a 37, tying for the best score of the day, but Ontario had two players shoot the same number, and won going away.
Andrew McGee and Marc Wilkens each shot a 37 for the Warriors, and they knocked off the Tornadoes, 154-162 at Twin Lakes in Mansfield.
Jared Consolo shot a 39 for the Tornadoes, while Graydon Bunting and Logan Gardner each shot a 43.
"Really proud of the effort tonight as a team," said Columbian coach Tony Vasko. "We shot one of our lowest team totals in years; we just ran into a very good Ontario team. (Our) team's hard work is paying off."
Columbian slipped to 2-3, while Ontario improved to 2-0.