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Pettisville Golf Falls To Edon, Stryker



The Pettisville golf team had two regular-season matches and the Buckeye Border Conference tournament last week.

Stryker 164, PHS 236

The Birds traveled to Stryker, Monday, Sept. 15, where the Panthers prevailed 164-236.

Evan King was low man for PHS, shooting a 50.

Matt Krill shot a 54, while Hannah Meller had a 65 and Andrew Canada, a 67.

Stryker’s Chad Ruffer was match medalist with a 38.

Edon 191, PHS 236

The Blackbirds hosted the Blue Bombers, Tuesday, Sept. 16, at Wauseon. The Bombers won 191-236.

Krill was low man for PHS, shooting a 47. King was one stroke behind with a 48.

Meller shot a 63 and Canada, a 78.

Edon’s Alex Kirkingburg was match medalist, with a 45.

BBC Tournament

Wauseon hosted the BBC Tournament, Thursday, Sept. 18.

Stryker won the title with a team score of 332. Hilltop was second with 369, and North Central was third with 375.

Edon had 389; Fayette, 413; and Pettisville, 466.

King shot a 95 on the 18- hole course, while Krill finished with 98. Meller shot a 129, and Canada had a 144.

Stryker’s T. Clingaman was match medalist, shooting a tournament-low of 73.

Sectional

The Pettisville boys play in the Division III sectional tournament at Eagle Rock Golf Club, Defiance, Thursday, Sept. 25.

Other teams at the tourney include Antwerp, Ayersville, Crestview, Fairview, Fort Jennings, Delphos Jefferson, Kalida, Leipsic, Ottoville, Delphos St. John’s, Tinora, and Wayne Trace.

The three lowest-scoring teams and four individual low scorers not on a qualifying team advance to the district tournament at Stone Ridge Golf Club, Bowling Green.

The Division II girls sectional golf tournament was scheduled to be played yesterday, Tuesday, at Country Acres Golf Club, Ottawa. Pettisville was among the seven schools sending individuals.

The top three teams and three individual low scorers not on a qualifying team advance to the district tournament at Sycamore Springs Golf Course, Arlington, on Monday, Sept. 29.



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