Whippets win TC invite; Tornadoes claim fourth place
Sarka leads Columbian with an 83, while Bellevue squad finishes sixth
Shelby took an easy win in the Columbian Seneca Hills Invitational on Friday. The Whippets carded a 326 with Huron 34 strokes behind at 360.
Perkins claimed third with a 379 followed by Columbian’s 392.
Ava Sarka carded an 83 to help the Tornadoes claim fourth. Olivia Olinger followed with a 95 while Kate Burkes turned in a 103. Taylor Losey capped the Columbian scoring with a 111.
Bellevue had two teams at the invite. Team A shot a 431 for sixth while team B shot a 516 for 12th. The A team was led by Cassie Biedrycki’s 96. Lara Spurlock and Isbelle Sanchez each carded a 111 and Tea Layne’s 113 finished off the scoring. Keyara Schneider led the B team with a 121 followed by Kendall Collins (130), Megan Missler (132) and Danielle Consolo (133).
Clyde fell in line behind Bellevue A with a 442. Brylee Oberdorf led the Fliers with a 95 followed by Brooke Newsome (104), Kaylee Eltringham (115) and Sam Ackerman (128).
Lakota was represented by Kyleigh Dull who shot a 76 — one stroke behind the low score of 75.
Bucks end 41 strokes better
NEW WASHINGTON — Buckeye Central left Lexington in the dust with a 41-stroke differential on Friday. The Bucks took a 209-250 win at Cranberry Hills in non-conference play.
The Bucks were led by Paige Shealy’s 46, followed by Lexi Biglin (50), Leah Vanderpool (53) and Tori Thimmes (60). Willa Obringer shot a 61 while Layne Vanderpool carded a 67.
Redmen battle Whippets for first win
CLYDE — It was a close match between Bellevue and Shelby with most everyone shooting in the low-to-mid 40s. It was the Redmen that came out on top 174-178 on Friday at Sleepy Hollow.
Nate Fox led the charge for Bellevue with the low score of 42. Three Redmen carded a 44 — Jacob Volkman, Connor Rospert and Zach Eskins. The non-scorers included Jacob Tiell and Garrett Vickery each with a 45.
Fox shared the low score with Shelby’s Kobe Green. Dalton Boyce followed with a 43 while Danny Murray shot a 46 and Jordan green turned in a 47.