LIMA — Lima Central Catholic won the team title Wednesday at the Allen County Girls Golf Championship at Lost Creek Golfers Club with a 326 total.
Four Thunderbird players earned All-Tournament Team honors led by Erin and Mary Kelly Mulcahy who each shot 4-over-par 75. Erin Mulcahy was named the medalist using a scorecard playoff. Meghan Mulcahy (86) and Hannah Garver (90) also contributed to LCC’s team total.
Shawnee (369) finished second with All-Tournament Team member Morgan Altenbach leading the way with an 94. Bluffton (452) was third. The Pirates’ Alivia Koenig made the All-Tournament team with a 91. Delphos St. John’s (469) also competed led by Cassidy Beining’s 108.
Mercer County Invitational
St. Henry won the team title with a 385 total followed by Coldwater (422), Fort Recovery (487) and Celina (513). St. Henry’s Ellen Naumann (80) and Claire Clune (97) had the two lowest rounds at the par 72 Mercer County Elks. Elizabeth Rockwell (100) and Katelyn Teeters (108) also contributed to the Redskins’ winning score. Other teams’ individual scores were not reported by deadline.
Auglaize County Invitational
MINSTER — Minster won the team championship with a 330 total followed by St. Marys (337), Wapakoneta (340), New Knoxville (392), New Bremen (407) and Waynesfield-Goshen (431).
Medalist Grant Voisard (76), Joselph Magato (80) and Logan Lazier, Jacob Wissman and Ethan Lehmkuhl (87 each) contributed to Minster’s winning score.
St. Marys; Reese Swiegart (80), Wapakoneta’s Drew Zwiebel (77), New Knoxville’s Ray Newton (84), New Bremen’s Cole Hemmelgarn (87) and W-G’s Gaige Rumor (95) had the low round for their respective schools.
The host Wildcats won the 18-team event with a score of 326 with Tinora (335), Bryan and Shawnee (342 each) and Paulding (344) rounding out the top five.
Bryan’s Connor Shirkey was medalist with a 74.
Christian Nartker (75), Josh Recker (78), David Peck (86) and Alec Edelbrock (87) contributed to Kalida’s winning score.
Allen East’s Nick Phillips (93), Bath’s Britton Hall (91), Adam Gerker (77) of Delphos St. John’s, Elida’s Dylan Buetner (92), Fort Jennings’ Logan Schimmoeller (109), Lima Central Catholic’s Alex Wisser (85), Ottoville’s Carter Schnipke (84), Kenton’s Peyton Roby (86), Ottawa-Glandorf’s Austin Radcliff (82), Paulding’s Cole Heller (77), Shawnee’s Jon Baker (78) and Van Wert’s Zane Fast (88) had the low rounds for their respective schools.
DELPHOS — Spencerville had the low score of 168 followed by Delphos Jefferson (191), Crestview (220) and Ada (231) at Delphos Country Club.
Spencerville’s Ethan and Gavin Harmon shared medalist honors, shooting 39 each. Alex Gallman and Drake Mertz (45 each) also contributed to the Bearcats’ winning total.
Delphos Jefferson’s Braxton Scalf (42), Crestview’s Colton Lautzenheiser (44) and Ada’s Alex Morgan (51) had the low rounds for their respective schools.
BOWLING GREEN — St. Henry won the 13-team event at Stone Ridge Golf Course with a team score of 354 with Lakota and Lincolnview tieing for second at 362 each.
St. Henry’s Jack Romer was medalist with a 76. Ryan Moody shot an 80 for Lincolnview’s lowest score.
Reed Koesters and Lucas Grieshop (92 each) and Rylee Deitsch (94) also contributed to the Redskins’ winning total.
Miller City 179, Holgate 228
DEFIANCE — Medalist Stevan Stechschulte (42), Luke Lammers (44), Boyd Vance (45) and T.J. Michel (48) combined for the winning score.
FORT JENNINGS — Fall and student tickets for the Musketeers will be sold from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday in the high school office, at the first boys home soccer match at 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 23, and the first home girls soccer match at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 1.
Adult all-sports passes are $150. Adult fall passes are $65 and student all-sports passes are $45.
to win WHAC
The University of Northwestern Ohio has been picked to win this season’s Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference title according to a preseason league coaches poll released Wednesday.
UNOH received eight first-place votes and 139 points overall while Siena Heights was picked second with two first-place votes and 126 points and Madonna third with 110 points. Aquinas was fourth followed by Concordia, Cornerstone, Lawrence Tech, Indiana Tech, Lourdes, Rochester, WHAC newcomer Cleary and UM-Dearborn.
The Racers finished 20-3-1 overall last season and won their fourth straight WHAC regular-season title. UNOH then made its fifth consecutive appearance in the NAIA Tournament, advancing to the semifinals before falling to Spring Arbor.
UNOH, under first-year head coach Jen Derverics, opens its regular season at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 22, at Taylor. The home opener for the Racers will be 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, against Vanguard.