Lima area boys high school golf capsules


Austin Boley of St. Marys made honorable mention last year in the Western Buckeye League.

Austin Boley of St. Marys made honorable mention last year in the Western Buckeye League.


Richard Parrish | The Lima News

Northwest Conference

Ada

Division III

Coach: Jason Campbell (sixth year)

Home course: Bluffton Golf Club (36-36 — 72)

Returning letter winners: Austin Amburgey, sr.; Alex Morgan, jr.; Brevin Sizemore, soph.; Ethan Hull, jr.; Jacob Colwell, sr.; Rob Allison, sr.

2017 NWC finish: Ninth in regular season (0-16 in NWC matches), tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: Finished 13th at Sycamore Springs sectional.

Coach’s analysis: This will be a big year for these guys. All six have varsity experience and have been developing their game for a couple of seasons. As a team they set the goal of having a team score of 200. This is the year that they should accomplish that goal.

Allen East

Division III

Coach: Mike Abbey

Returning letter winners: Nick Phillips, sr.; Carter Frey, soph.; Brady Harris, sr.

Top prospect: Zach Miller, fr.

2017 NWC finish: Tied for sixth in regular season (5-11), fifth in tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: Finished fifth at Sycamore Springs sectional.

Coach’s analysis: We should have nine plus golfers with five plus freshmen. We are looking to get better everyday and have a great late September.

Bluffton

Division III

Coach: Nicholas Rackley (fourth season)

Returning letter winners: Jordan Seifer, sr.; Drew Wilson, jr.; Carson Krupp, jr.; Sebastian Baker, jr.

Top prospects: Cole Koenig, fr.; Kenny Lovett, fr.; Micah Minnig, fr.

2017 NWC finish: Tied for second in regular season (13-3), fourth in tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: Finished fourth at Sycamore Springs sectional.

Columbus Grove

Division III

Coach: Travis Gallmeier

Returning letter winners: Jacob Oglesbee, sr.; Owen Macke, jr.; Zac Roberts, jr.; Gabe Verhoff, sr.; Austin Macke, jr.; Justin Flanders, soph.

Top prospects: Nick Wolverton, fr.; Kurt Griffith, sr.; Bryce King, sr.; Brayden Keck, fr.; Noah Macke, fr.; Kyle Schroeder, sr.; Brady Clymer, soph.; Bowan Brubaker, soph.

2017 NWC finish: Seventh in regular season (4-12), in tournament and overall; 3-2 in PCL regular season, second in PCL tournament, 7-3 overall PCL record.

2017 postseason: Tied for seventh at Sycamore Springs sectional.

Coach’s analysis: The Columbus Grove Bulldogs return their top six from 2017 and look to improve on their PCL and NWC rankings. The team will rely on experience to be successful this season.

Crestview

Division III

Coach: Jeremy Best

2017 NWC finish: Sixth in regular season (6-10), seventh in tournament, sixth overall.

2017 postseason: Tied for 10th at Eagle Rock sectional.

Delphos Jefferson

Division III

Coach: Shane Gallmeier (second season)

Home course: Delphos Country Club (35-36 — 71)

Returning letter winners: Matt Schroeder, sr.; Braxton Scalf, jr.; Brady Johnston, jr.; Logan Gallmeier, soph.

Top prospects: John Pseekos, jr.; Julian Grant, soph.; Jacob McDonnahea, fr.; Hunter Graham, fr.

2017 NWC finish: Tied for sixth in regular season (5-11), eighth in tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: Finished 14th at Colonial Golfers Club sectional.

Coach’s analysis: We lost three to graduation and will be looking for someone to step into the leadership role. We return four from last season so there will be an opportunity for the new additions to fill the last two spots. We could move into the top half of the league if we continue to work hard on the short game and course management.

Lincolnview

Division III

Head coach: Daryl Dowdy (seventh season)

Home course: Hickory Sticks (36-36 — 72)

Returning letter winners: Ryan Moody, sr.; Jaden Youtsey, sr.; Braden Evans, sr.; Reece Farmer, sr.; Azne Miller, sr.

Top prospects: Avery Slusher, fr.; Cole Binkley, fr.; Jacob Hawenstein, fr.; James Reinhart, fr.; Landon Price, fr.; Kien German, fr.

2017 NWC finish: Fourth in regular season (11-5), second in tournament, third overall.

2017 postseason: Finished sixth at Colonial Golf Club sectional.

Coach’s analysis: We are looking forward to the upcoming season, with a veteran team which has just fell short of making it to state the past two years. Having five seniors who have been involved with the golf team for three years, this brings a lot of experience to the team to prepare the incoming freshmen to take over after these seniors graduate. I expect great things out of this year’s team. The ultimate goal is always to make it to state, win the conference, get golfers on the all district team, and get golfers on the all-conference team and to perform to the best of their ability. The seniors that are back are hungry after falling short of a conference title and coming in third. This team feels it has a lot to prove to other teams that they do deserve to be one of the top golf teams in the state and with hard work and dedications they will succeed.

Paulding

Division II

Coach: Steve Heilshorn (eighth season)

Home course: Auglaize Golf Club (36-36 — 72)

Returning letter winners: Fletcher Cook, sr.; Cole Heller, sr.; Chad Carper, sr.; Kolson Egnor, jr.; Hunter Kauser, soph.; Hailey Hartzell, soph.

Top prospects: Noah Pessefall, jr.; Josh Carper, fr.; Kyle Dominique, fr.; Boston Pease, fr.; Kyle Rhonehouse, fr.

2017 NWC finish: Tied for second in regular season (13-3), second in tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: Sixth at Country Acres sectional.

Coach’s analysis: This year’s Paulding Panther team will be feeding off of its second-place finish in the NWC. We are setting our goal to win the NWC for the first time since 1993 and the fifth time in school history. The team will have to replace our number one golfer (Cade McGarvey) as well as another varsity contributor (Isaac Baldwin) from last year’s team. I believe the depth that we have in the program as well as us hosting this year’s NWC tournament will give a great opportunity to come out on top of the conference. Once again, Spencerville will be the team to beat. Other teams that I believe will contend will be Lincolnview and Bluffton.

Spencerville

Division III

Coach Mike Harmon (14th season)

Home course: Tamarac Golf Course (36-36 — 72)

Returning letter winners: Drake Mertz, sr.; Alex Gallman, sr.; Ethan Harmon, jr.; Gavin Harmon, jr.

Top prospects: Nate Tucker, jr.; Noah Dunlap, jr.; Evan Core, soph.

2017 NWC finish: First in regular season (15-1), tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: Won Colonial Golfers Club sectional; fourth at Stone Ridge district; 11th at state.

Coach’s analysis: After a few years of being a young team, we are entering this season with mostly upper classmen and guys with a lot of experience. We have a lot of confidence going into this season after a great season last fall. Our guys all get along well and have good team chemistry. We will be working on the mental game and short game a lot this year. Putting is always a focus and this year will not be any different. Mental toughness and moving on after a bad shot will have to get better. We will work on course management and playing smarter this season. Our goal is always to win every match we play. Last year we set a goal of making it to the state tournament and accomplished that. This year we set out to return to the state tournament and improve our performance there. We have a few other goals along the way such as winning the NWC . I expect us to have another great season this year. The guys matured a lot over the summer and have improved their game. I think we will see some pretty good team scores from this group during the season.

MAC

Coldwater

Division II

Coach: Doug Timmerman (seventh season)

Home course: Mercer County Elks (36-36 — 72)

Returning letter winners: Nathan Kaiser, jr.; Alex Wourms, sr.; Austin Riethman, sr.

Top prospects: Collin Muhlenkamp, jr.; Carson Muhlenkamp, soph.; Alex Mestemaker, jr.; Matt Meinerding, soph.; Austin Ebbing, fr.

2017 MAC finish: Sixth in regular season (4-5 in conference matches), fifth in tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: Seventh at Country Acres sectional.

Coach’s analysis: I have three returning varsity players and several who show potential to fill the open varsity spots. The Muhlenkamp boys have moved into Coldwater and therefore will only be able to play in half of the matches per OHSAA. They will help us for the first part of the season. The returning players will be and have been helpful to the freshmen. The freshmen all show signs of improving already. We hope to compete for the top third of the MAC.

Delphos St. John’s

Division III

Coach: John Klausing (ninth season)

Home course: Delphos Country Club (35-36 — 71)

Returning letter winners: Adam Gerker, sr.; Grant Csukker, sr.; Jared Lucas, jr.

Top prospects: Jeffery Odenweller, soph.; Trent Lindeman, soph.; Lincoln Mueller, soph.; Gage Dickman, jr.; Adam Fischer, jr.; Nathan Gable, fr.

2017 MAC finish: Second in regular season (8-1) and overall, third in tournament.

2017 postseason: Third at Colonial Golfers Club sectional; seventh at Stone Ridge district.

Coach’s analysis: This season we again should be competitive in our league with the return of our number one, two and four man this year. We will be looking again for that fourth score to complete our team final score total. Our underclassmen have worked hard this summer.

Fort Recovery

Division III

Coach: Matt Kerns

2017 MAC finish: Ninth in regular season (1-8) and overall, eighth in tournament.

2017 postseason: 13th at Colonial Golfers Clubs sectional.

Marion Local

Division III

Coach: David Koenig (five years)

Returning letter winners: Tim Knapschaefer, sr.; Seth Kelch, sr.; Logan Fleck, soph.

Top prospects: Bryce Moeller, jr.; Alex Eyink, soph.

2017 MAC finish: 10th in regular season (0-9), tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: 12th at Colonial Golfers Club sectional.

Coach’s analysis: With these young guys and inexperience we would like to see them compete against one another to form one of the better teams in the league. We know in order to become good golfers we will need to keep working on all aspects of the game to become better but will really need to work on having consistent low scoring. Tim Knapschaefer and Seth Kelch have worked on their games this summer to be a lot more competitive. Marion Local has 18 golfers this season and three returning letterman from last year’s team. We also have seven new golfers and eight guys from last year’s team fighting for six varsity spots. These young men will be competing for every spot for both varsity and JV time. This season with not many returning players and new players we hope to compete not only against each other but against our conference as well.

Minster

Division III

Coach: Jim Stubbs

2017 MAC finish: Third in regular season (6-3), second in tournament.

2017 postseason: Fourth at Colonial Golfers Club sectional.

New Bremen

Division III

Coach: Phil Hemmelgarn

2017 MAC finish: Eighth in regular season (3-6) and overall, ninth in tournament.

2017 postseason: Eighth at Colonial Golfers Club sectional.

New Knoxville

Division III

Coach: Terry Halko

2017 MAC finish: Eighth in regular season (2-7), seventh in tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: Ninth at Colonial Golfers Club sectional.

Parkway

Division III

Coach: Joe Falk

Home course: Celina Lynx Golf Club (36-36 — 72)

Returning letter winners: Mason Baxter, sr.; Andy Metz, sr.; Duncan Morton, sr.

Top prospects: Breyden Bruns, jr.; Kaden Boroff, soph.; Hunter Gibson, soph.; Adam Stephenson, soph.

2017 MAC finish: Third in regular season (6-3), sixth in tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: Fifth at Colonial Golfers Club sectional.

Coach’s analysis: We are fairly young, so we are looking to work on improving our ball striking and not losing shots on and around the green. Mason Baxter qualified for districts last year, so we hope he can continue the form he showed last season.

St. Henry

Division III

Coach: John Dorner

Home course: Mercer County Elks (36-36 — 72)

Returning letter winners: Jack Romer, sr.; Reed Koesters, jr.; Ryan Deitsch, sr.

Top prospects: Andrew Mescher, jr.; Lucas Grieshop, sr.; Sam Koesters, fr.

2017 MAC finish: First in regular season (9-0), tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: Second at Colonial Golfers Club sectional; eighth at Stone Ridge district.

Coach’s analysis: The Redskins should have another solid season in 2018 with three returning lettermen. Grieshop returns in 2018 after sitting out 2017 with back issues/ Andrew Mescher steps up after golfing JV No. 1 last year. Freshman Sam Koesters (Reed’s younger brother) will look to jump into the scoring column in 2018 as well.

PCL

Fort Jennings

Division III

Coach: Todd Hoehn (20 years)

Returning letter winners: Simon Smith, sr.; Lexi Stant, sr.; Colin Young, sr.; Nick Fields, sr.; Zach Piasecki, sr.; Logan Schimmoeller, jr.; Noah Wittler, jr.; Gavin Schimmoeller, fr.; Joe Klir, fr.

2017 PCL finish: 0-5 in regular season, sixth in tournament, 0-10 overall PCL record.

2017 postseason: 14th at Eagle Rock sectional.

Coach’s analysis: We should be more experienced in the top portion of our lineup. We need to work on our course management and short game. We look to compete with the teams on our schedule and anticipate individuals improving as the season progresses.

Kalida

Division III

Coach: Ken Schnipke (23rd season)

Returning letter winners: Christian Nartker, sr.; Josh Recker, jr.; Alec Edelbrock, jr.; David Peck, jr.; Grace Miller, jr.

Top prospects: Tyler Unverferth, soph.; Ryan Klausing, fr.; Justin Siebeneck, fr.; Brandt Brinkman, fr.

2017 PCL finish: 5-0 in regular season PCL matches, first in tournament, 10-0 overall PCL record.

2017 postseason: Second at Eagle Rock sectional and Stone Ridge district; seventh at state.

Coach’s analysis: Looking to keep the Wildcat tradition of excellence and being very competitive. I am looking to improve as the season goes forward and to finish on a positive side.

Leipsic

Division III

Coach: Kevin Brandt (10 years)

Returning letter winners: Mason Tadena, jr.; Brock Lammers, jr.; Eli Wueller, jr., Ben Haselman, jr.; Jaden Siefker, soph.; Alex Gerdeman, soph.

Top prospects: Eri Williamson, sr.; Alex Hernandez, jr.; Mason Brandt, fr.

2017 PCL finish: 1-4 in regular season, fifth in tournament, 2-8 overall PCL record; 0-8 in BVC matches, ninth in BVC tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: 12th at Sycamore Springs.

Coach’s analysis: We have all six players back from last year’s team, but none are seniors. So, class-wise, we are still young, but we have plenty of match experience. We are going to take one day at a time and just focus on improving each day. With consistent practice habits and effort the wins will eventually come.

Miller City

Division III

Todd Pester (second season)

Home course: Pike Run (36-35 — 71)

Returning letter winners: Luke Lammers, sr.; Boyd Vance III, sr.; Stevan Stechshulte, sr.; T.J. Michel, soph.; Reid Carr, sr.

Top prospects: Connor Niese, jr.; Lucas Wank, jr.; Dillon Peck, fr.; Brian Wank, fr.

Coach’s analysis: Miller City should be decent with five returning lettermen. Luke Lammers looks to improve on his 2017.

2017 PCL finish: 3-2 in regular season, third in tournament, 6-4 overall PCL record.

2017 postseason: Fifth at Eagle Rock sectional.

Ottoville

Division III

Coach: Jim Brown (15th season)

Home course: Delphos Country Club (35-36 — 71)

Returning letter winners: Dylan Kemper, sr.; Ethan Geise, sr.; Zack Knippen, sr.; Tyler Birr, sr.; Evan Turnwald, jr.; Jack Langhals, soph.

Top prospects: Trevor Horstman, jr.; Logan Heuerman, soph.; Dru Hilvers, fr.; Carter Schnipke, fr.

2017 PCL finish: 3-2 in regular season, fourth in tournament, 5-5 overall PCL record.

2017 postseason: Eighth at Eagle Rock sectional.

Coach’s analysis: We have a nice group of seniors returning with some underclassmen that may see some varsity time. We are looking to improve each day and hopefully compete well in the PCL.

WBL

Bath

Division II

Coach: Michael Vieira (fourth season)

Home course: Hidden Creek (36-36 — 72)

Returning letter winners: None

Top prospects: Britton Hall, fr.; Riley Goff, fr.; Braden McCoy, fr.; Trace Ebbeskotte, soph.; Charlie Schneider, soph.; Cole Parlipiano, sr.; Devan Grigsby, sr.; Anabelle Burkholder, sr.; Abby Vieira, sr.

2017 WBL finish: First in regular season (9-0 in WBL matches), fourth in tournament, third overall.

2017 postseason: Second in Country Acres sectional; fifth at Red Hawk district.

Coach’s analysis: After going 9-0 in the WBL last year and graduating 10 seniors, seven of which played varsity, its going to be a rebuilding year. We have a few new seniors and two women who should compete for the four and five position that should also let us stay competitive in league matches.

Celina

Division I

Coach: Aaron Daniels

Home course: Celina Linx Golf Club (36-36 — 72)

Returning letter winners: Lance Mawer, sr.; Aaron Winnhoven, soph.; Hunter Walters, soph.

Top prospects: B. Adams, fr.; David Kramer, fr.; Nate Boley, fr.

2017 WBL finish: 10th in regular season (0-9), tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: 13th at Mohawk sectional.

Coach’s analysis: We are extremely young for my third straight yar and will have three freshmen playing varsity golf. We will be young and inexperienced but anchored by a four year varsity winner in Mawer. we should continue to get better and surprise some people come WBL tournament and district tournament.

Elida

Division I

Coach: Denny Thompson

Home course: Tamarac (36-36 — 72)

Returning letter winners: Riley Creps, jr.; Jacob Ramirez, jr.; Dylan Buetner, jr.

Top prospects: Noah Adcock, sr.; Hunter Jolliff, soph.; Hayes Burton, soph.; Cameron Collins, fr.

2017 WBL finish: Seventh in regular season (3-6), eighth in tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: 10th at Division I Mohawk sectional.

Coach’s analysis: We are young and inexperienced and hope to be middle of the pack in the WBL.

Kenton

Division II

Coach: Drew Hobensack (third season)

Home course: Memorial Park (36-36 — 72)

Returning letter winners: Rocco Longbrake, sr.; Peyton Roby, jr.; Ethan Wirbel, soph.

Top prospects: Taj Chahal, sr.; Trey Jeffries, jr.; Chase Fleece, sr.

2017 WBL finish: Sixth in regular season (4-5), ninth in tournament, seventh overall.

2017 postseason: Third in Country Acres sectional, eighth at Red Hawk district.

Ottawa-Glandorf

Division II

Coach: Tom Von Sossan (eighth season)

Home course: Pike Run Golf Club (36-35 — 71)

Returning letter winners: Evan Ellerbrack, sr.; Austin Radcliff, sr.; Collin Hempfling, sr.; Alex Ellerbrock, jr.; Carson Trombley, soph.; Sam Schmenk, soph.; Zach Stechschulte, soph.

Top prospects: Carter Schimmoeller, fr.; Brayden Buckland, jr.; Dylan Meyer, fr.; Joshua Walls, fr.; Jason Balash, fr.; Grant Hovest, fr.; Austin Wehri, fr.

2017 WBL finish: Seventh in regular season (3-6), sixth in WBL tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: 11th in Country Acres sectional.

Coach’s analysis: This is the best depth in a while. Austin Radcliff is one of the WBL’s best.

Shawnee

Division I

Coach: Andy McGreevy

2017 WBL finish: Second in regular season (8-1) and tournament, tied for first overall.

2017 postseason: Second in Mohawk sectional; ninth at Red Hawk district.

St. Marys

Division II

Coach: Steve Schmitmeyer (third season)

Home course: Northmoor (36-35 — 71)

Returning letter winners: Austin Boley, jr.; Clay Quellhorst, sr.; Reese Sweigart, soph.; Alex Kreischer, sr.

Top prospects: Nathan Kuffner, sr.; Calvin Caywood, fr.; Michael Baldwin, soph.; Andrew Moore, fr.

2017 WBL finish: Fifth in regular season (5-4), tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: Eighth in Country Acres sectional.

Coach’s analysis: Looking forward to an excellent year with big expectations. Four (Boley, Quellhorst, Sweigart, Caywood) of our players participated in most of the Lima Junior Golf Association tournaments this summer.

Van Wert

Division II

Coach: Kim Doidge (fourth season)

Home course: Willow Bend Country (35-35 — 70)

Returning letter winners: Gavin Flickinger, jr.; Austin Bissionette, jr.; Cameran Terhark, soph.; Evan Knittle, soph.

Top prospects: Zane Fast, jr.; Jace Fast, fr.; Christian Eberle, fr.; Ian Rex, fr.

2017 WBL finish: Ninth in regular season (1-8), seventh in tournament and ninth overall.

2017 postseason: Ninth in Country Acres sectional.

Coach’s analysis: We are a very young team. We only have one golfer with two years’ experience. We are trying to compete for the top half of the WBL.

Wapakoneta

Division I

Coach: Mike Brown

Home course: Wapakoneta Country Club (36-36 — 72)

Returning letter winners: Drew Zwiebel, sr.; Dylan Timmerman, sr.; Gabe Bogan, sr.; Jon Hefner, soph.

Top prospects: Tim Bruns, jr.; Clay Wilsey, fr.

2017 WBL finish: Third in regular season (7-2), first in tournament and tied for first overall.

2017 postseason: Fifth at Mohawk sectional; 10th at Red Hawk district.

Coach’s analysis: We will have a fairly young and inexperienced team. I hope to see a lot of team growing this year. We are just going to have to wait and see if the younger boys can get to a higher competitive level for high school golf. Either way, we look forward to the golf season and the new challenges in front of us.

NWCC

Perry

Division III

Coach: Tony Grigsby

2017 NWCC finish: 0-1 in NWCC matches, fourth in tournament and fifth overall.

2017 postseason: 10th at Colonial Golfers Club sectional.

Ridgemont

Division III

Coach: Greg Johnson (seventh season)

Returning letter winners: Payne Clark, sr.; Danielle Mouser, sr.; Carson James, jr.; Gage Furer, jr.; Collin Wallace, soph.; Hannah Shoffner, soph.

Top prospects: Mackenzie Rader, sr.; Bradley Brown, fr.

2017 NWCC finish: 0-3 in matches, sixth in tournament and overall.

2017 postseason: 10th at Valley View sectional.

Coach’s analysis: We are looking for continued improvement from the letter winners in their chipping and putting, Last year they worked on their short game and improved a lot. This year they should keep on improving with the practice they do and look forward to lowering their scores by five to 10 strokes per round. The team hits their drives straight fairly consistently. With more practice, however, they should keep hitting the ball straight and increase their distance. The newcomers are excited about playing and the coaches are looking forward to see their game improve. The experienced golfers are being very helpful in giving advice and encouragement to the new golfers. The season should be an enjoyable one with the attitude of the golfers as we expect to see improvement all season long.

Upper Scioto Valley

Division III

Coach: Greg King (16th season)

Home course: Colonial Hills (36-35 — 71)

Returning letter winners: Brady Hipsher, sr.; Dylan Thompson, sr.; Korwin Kurtz, sr.; Kayden parker, sr.; Tyler Gratz, jr.; Jared Hunt, jr.

Top prospects: Evan Lyle, jr.; Wayne Lowery, sr.

2017 NWCC finish: 1-1 in matches, third in tournament, second overall.

2017 postseason: Sixth at Sycamore Springs sectional.

Coach’s analysis: Brady has a solid chance for player of the year in the conference. He missed state last year by one shot. The team has a good chance to the conference and a possible chance to get to district.

Waynesfield-Goshen

Division III

Coach: Craig Ludwig

Returning letter winners: Gauge Rumer, jr.; Gavin Schneider, jr.; Hyatt Kaufman, soph.; Mason Boggs, soph.

Top prospect: Cooper Roberts, fr.

2017 NWCC finish: 1-1 in matches, second in tournament, third overall.

2017 postseason: Tied for seventh at Sycamore Springs sectional. Hipsher advanced as individual to district with seventh-place finish. He tied for 12th at the Stone Ridge district.

Coach’s analysis: We do a nice job of being competitive every time we step on a course. We need to work on our short game and reduce three putts. Gauge Rumor has really improved this offseason. I look for him to fit right into the two spot. He will surprise some coaches with his improvement this year. Hyatt Kaufman will surprise some people. He worked really hard to get his average down to a 40. We are looking to compete in the league and be in the fight for the top positions after the league tournament. Also, we look for improvement in our team score at sectional time.

Others

Lima Senior

Division I

Coach: James Hood

2017 TRAC finish: Did not participate in conference events as team.

2017 postseason: 12th at Mohawk sectional.

Lima Central Catholic

Division III

Coach: Scott Gronas (third season)

Home course: The Oaks (36-36 — 72)

Returning letter winners: Ross Otto, soph.; Alex Wisser, soph.; Casey Koenig, soph.

Top prospects: Brady Koenig, soph.; Sebastian Contini, fr.

2017 postseason: Seventh at Colonial Golfers Club sectional.

Coach’s analysis: We are a very young team, but the guys have really been working hard and getting better. We are looking to be more consistent from tee to green and save shots around and on the greens.

Austin Boley of St. Marys made honorable mention last year in the Western Buckeye League.
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