Marysville golf squads compete in tourneys


Caden Fulkerson of Marysville plays his ball out of the sand trap approaching the green of hole five at Darby Creek on Wednesday. The Monarchs finished in 14th place at the Marysville Invitational.

(Journal-Tribune photo by Sam Dillon)


A trio of teams from Olentangy placed in the top four on Wednesday when Marysville High School’s boys golf team hosted its annual early-season invitational.

Olentangy Orange shot a 298 to claim top honors at the event that was held at Darby Creek.

Olentangy Berlin was the runner-up with a 302.

Hilliard Bradley finished third and prevented Olentangy golfers from taking the top three spots.

Bradley carded a 308 and Olentangy Liberty placed fourth, one stroke behind with a 309.

The rest of the field was as follows:

Big Walnut-313, Hilliard Darby-316, Columbus St. Charles-316, Bexley-317, Columbus Academy-325, Hilliard Davidson-332, Mt. Vernon-335, Granville-343, Thomas Worthington-351, Marysville A-355, Dublin Scioto-369, Westerville North-377 and Marysville B-382.

Gavin Crossette led the Monarchs’ A squad with an 18-hole score of  81. He shot a 38 on the front nine and carded a 43 on the back.

Caden Fulkerson was a handful of strokes behind as he fired a 46-42 for an 88.

They were followed by Alden Prohaska (45-48-93), Dylan DeLauter (51-42-93), Cole Weaver (49-45-94) and Justin DeHoff (45-60-105).

Wes McHenry led Marysville’s B team as he shot a 43-46 for a score of 89.

He was followed by Johnathon Cusack (44-48-92), Myles Young (50-47-97), Nick Wever (52-52-104), Danny Norris (55-51-106) and Dominic Lombardo (56-60-116).

Lady Monarchs

compete in OCC

Marysville’s girls golfers played in an Ohio Capital Conference Central Division match on Wednesday.

New Albany captured top team honors with a score of 303.

The Lady Eagles were followed by Upper Arlington-315, Dublin Coffman-332, Marysville-412, Canal Winchester-430 and Hilliard Davidson-432.

Olivia Ishmael led Marysville with an 86.

She was followed by Avery Prohaska-93, Emily Williams-107 and Cassi Van Dyke-126.


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