|Dull, three county teams advance to district (09-25-13)|
|Written by Sentinel Sports Staff|
|Wednesday, 25 September 2013 08:39|
Lakota junior Makayla Dull has advanced to the Division II district tournament as an individual for the third consecutive year.
Dull's round of 74 won the sectional at Fostoria Country Club on Tuesday. She finished nine strokes better than the second-place competitor.
District play is Monday at Sycamore Springs in Arlington.
Dull has qualified for the state tournament in her first two years, finishing ninth each year. She was second-team All-Ohio as a freshman and first-team All-Ohio last year.
In other sectional results, Elmwood and Otsego were second and North Baltimore was third in their respective sectional tournaments. All three teams advance to the district at Sycamore Springs.
The top three teams and the top three individuals not on a qualifying team at each sectional advance to the district tournament.
At Fostoria Country Club, Elmwood was second with a 414. Savannah Baker led the Royals with a 97. Also scoring for Elmwood were: Taylor Carr, 102; Sierra Semko, 106; and Alexis Miller, 109.
At Country Acres, North Baltimore was third with a 389. NB's Rachel Peters was the medalist with an 80. Also scoring for the Tigers were: Lindsay Davis, 99; Morgan Rose, 100; and Kelcie Bean, 110.
At Ironwood, Otsego was second with a 428 while Eastwood (466) and Rossford (484) finished fourth and fifth, respectively.
Otsego's scorers were: Madeline Asmus, 103; Hannah Davis, 104; Emily Myrice, 106; and Gwen Amborski, 115.
Scoring for Eastwood was: Jenne Venier, 111; Hannah Cook, 115; Abigail Sheldrick, 116; and Samantha Whritenour, 124.
Rossford's scorers were: Maalaea Newell, 103; Emma Kieper, 123; Alexis Schultz, 126; and Morgan Giovanoli, 132.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 September 2013 11:42|
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