Marysville boys golfers split match decisions


Marysville’s varsity boys golf team competed in a Ryder Cup match play event against Delaware Hayes on Wednesday.
The Monarchs lost, 0.5-2.5.
The first three holes were played under a best-ball format, while the middle three were in a scramble set-up. The final three holes were played with an alternate shot format.
Each group had teams of two which played against another team of two. The lowest team score of each hole won the hole.
“The guys had a great time playing golf in a different format and were very competitive within their groups,” said MHS coach Jonathan Wing.
The Monarchs’ groups and their scores were Chris Borjas/Sameer Parashar-38, Gavin Cossette/Tyler Smith-40 and Caden Fulkerson/Justin DeHoff-41.
The Monarchs rebounded on Thursday with a 162-175 triumph over Hilliard Darby.
Borjas carded a 39, followed by Fulkerson-40, Parshar-41 and Cossette-42.
Lady Panthers triumph
Fairbanks’ girls beat Southeastern, 222-238, during an Ohio Heritage Conference match.
Southeastern’s Rylee Harrington was the medalist with a 50.
Panther scores were Shelby Jones-53, Allison Kise-56, Mary Weisburn-56, Gabby Vamos-57, Kaylee Mitton-62 and Shelby Burns-74.
Pioneers win
Jonathan Alder’s boys beat London, 167-179.
Mychal McKelvey of JA carded a 36 to capture medalist honors.
Hayden Mitchell and Liam Thompson both shot a 43, while Chase Pond tallied a 45.
Triad girls top MP
Triad’s girls upped their OHC record to 4-3 with a 220-255 victory over Madison Plains.
The Lady Cardinals were led by co-medalists Anna Nott and Olivia Butz. They each shot a 52.
Other Triad scores were Shelby Sheets-57, Kayleigh Boldman-59 and Kallie Smith-62.
Cardinal boys drop match
Triad’s boys slipped to 3-6 in the OHC with a 189-195 loss to Cedarville.
Cole Pond led the Cardinals with a 44, followed by Coy Knotts-48, Jalen Nott-49, James Russell-54, Hunter Talbot-61 and Devin Butz-64.
Wildcats fall to Urbana
The North Union Wildcat golfers have had some trouble this season in the Central Buckeye Conference, tallying a 1-4 record.
That trouble continued against the Urbana Hill Climbers on Wednesday as they dropped a 170-178 verdict.
Blain Keckler was the Cats’ top performer as he turned in a 42 in nine holes.
Nick Reeder shot a 43, followed by Cody Rausch-44, Connor Cox and Riley Young-49s and Bryce McNeal-66.
The Wildcats will return to the golf course today to take on Marion Harding at the Marion Country Club.

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