Prep Roundup: BG girls golf finishes second (08-22-13) PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 22 August 2013 09:05
Charlee Carroll drives the ball Wednesday evening at Stone Ridge in Bowling Green. (Photos: Shane Hughes/Sentinel-Tribune)
Bowling Green's girls golf team finished second Wednesday in a Northwest Ohio Girls Golf League match at Stone Ridge.
Van Buren won with a 188 total. BG was second with 222, followed by Otsego 223 and Eastwood 249.
Scorers for BG were: Charlee Carroll, 51; Alisha Noon, 52; Drew Peterson, 58; and Olivia Horrigan, 61.
Scorers for Otsego were: Hannah Davis, 51; Emily Myrice, 55; Gwen Amborski, 56, and Madeline Asmus, 61.
Scorers for Eastwood were: Hannah Cook, 59; Abbi Sheldrick, 61; Michaela Bunge, 62; and Paige Himburg, 67.

Perrysburg 162,
Lexington 189
At White Pines Golf Course in Swanton, Perrysburg's Monica Dorner was the medalist with a 37.
Other scorers for the Yellow Jackets were: Katie Diehl and Madison Williams, 40 each; and Sonia Krolak, 45.

NB loses
At Loudon Meadows Golf Course in Fostoria, North Baltimore finished with a 174 and fell by one stroke to Fostoria St. Wendelin (173). Bettsville was third with 255.
Jacob Frost of North Baltimore was the medalist with a 41.
Other scorers for the Tigers were: Garrett Boyer, 42; Brock Boyer, 43; and Noah Brian, 48.

Hannah Cook places her ball on the green Wednesday evening at Stone Ridge in Bowling Green.
Lake 161, Evergreen 189
At Spuyten Duyval Golf Course in Sylvania, medalist Owen Johnson led Lake with a 38 as the Flyers defeated Evergreen.
Other scorers for Lake were: Ian Johnson awnd Jeff Wilson, 40 each; and Lucas Zeh, 43.

Lake 6, Otsego 1
In Milllbury, Lake rolled past Otsego in a Northern Buckeye Conference match.
Touchy led Lake with three goals, Danny Patel, scored twice and Jeremy Likes scored once.
Diego Martinez scored the only goal for Otsego.
Vince Askins made nine saves for Lake while Pasty saved 15 for Otsego.

Springfield 7, Eastwood 0
In Luckey, Springfield blanked Eastwood.

Rossford beats Rogers
In Toledo, Rossford swept Rogers, 25-8, 25-9, 25-4.
Rossford's leaders were: Mikhala Dunne, 17 assists; Julie Hotz, 12 aces, six kills; Karly Durco, five aces, four kills; and Maggie Leahy, four kills, four digs and three aces.
Last Updated on Thursday, 22 August 2013 09:46

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