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Wildcast post top 3 scores, defeat Rams

Leading the Rams

KENTON — With three golfers shooting 40 or better, Kenton defeated Upper Sandusky, 165-183, in a golf match Tuesday at Memorial Park Golf Course. Britton Hensel was medalist with a 38 and two teammates were within two strokes of him. Anthony McKee shot a 39 and Luke Nichols had a 40. Nathan King rounded out scoring for the Wildcats with …

Warriors finish 2nd in Shootout

KANSAS — One day after winning a tournament championship, the Mohawk golf team earned runner-up honors Tuesday in the Old Fort Stockader Shootout at Nature Trails Golf Club. Woodmore captured the championship with a score of 336, while the Warriors posted a 344 to finish four strokes ahead of Hopewell-Loudon. Mohawk was coming off a first-place finish in the Bucyrus …

Blue Devils place in middle of field

HARROD — Carey shot a 385 to finish right in the middle of a 17-team field in the Colonial Golfers Club Tournament hosted by Allen East on Tuesday. Liberty-Benton was the runaway winner with a 300, while Bluffton was second with a 353, beating Miami Valley with its fifth golfer’s score. Carey finished ninth. Alex Kimmet paced the Blue Devils …

Kinley leads Mohawk in tri-match

NEW WASHINGTON — Mohawk’s Katelynn Kinley shot a 42 to earn medalist honors in a tri-match against Buckeye Central and Bucyrus on Tuesday at Cranberry Hills Golf Course. Chelsea Clinger shot a 51 and Hanna Burks had a 54, but the Warriors did not have a fourth golfer to score as a team. Buckeye Central defeated Bucyrus, 211-256. The Bucks’ …

Warriors edge Rams for title

Individual runner-up

Dunlap and Margraf post tournament’s 2 top scores   BUCYRUS — Brayden Dunlap ran away with medalist honors and teammate Chet Margraf was runner-up and it was just enough for Mohawk to top Upper Sandusky for the team championship in the Bucyrus Elks Invitational on Monday at River Oaks Golf Course in Bucyrus. Dunlap shot 39 on both the front …

Score checking

Score checking

Mohawk’s Nathan Kimmet (from left) Upper Sandusky’s Evan Scheck, Wynford coach Tim Ehresman and Wynford’s Annika Gerlach review scores after the golfers finished their rounds Monday in the Bucyrus Elks Invitational at River Oaks Golf Course.

Changes made to schedule

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Upper Sandusky’s girls tennis match scheduled for Monday at Kenton was cancelled because of rain. It has been rescheduled for 4:15 p.m. Aug. 22. The Rams’ match against Ada scheduled for 4:15 p.m. Sept. 9 will be played at Ada War Memorial Park.

Cleat exchange to be held

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The Upper Sandusky Soccer Association is asking for donations of gently-used soccer cleats to begin a cleat exchange program for the youth soccer league. Cleats may be dropped off from 6:30-8 p.m. Wednesday at the north end of the youth soccer field, near the portable restrooms. For further information, contact Jessica Creamer at 419-310-0345.

CHS principal: All athletes test negative for illegal drugs

CAREY — Residents of the Carey Exempted Village Schools district were anxious to see how a new drug testing system may change the landscape of athletics and extracurriculars at Carey. High school principal Peter Cole reported negative results across the board at Monday’s board of education meeting after more than 200 athletes submitted to initial drug tests this week. Further, …

Area 5 placers

Special Olympics golf

The Area 5 golf tournament recently was held at Twin Lakes Golf Course in Mansfield with (from left) Garrett Steinle, Ben Frey, Ben Latham and Bill Latham representing Angeline. The Lathams had the top overall nine-hole score of 44 and took first place. Frey and Steinle finished second in their division.

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