LIMA — Lima Central Catholic team and individual girls golf records were set during Wednesday’s season opening Allen County tournament held at the par-70 Springbrook Golf Club.
The Thunderbirds had a team record 304 in winning the event. Erin Mulcahy led the way with a school girls record 68 followed by Mary Kelly Mulcahy (74), Bridget Mulcahy (80) and Emma Mayers (82).
Delphos St. John’s finished second with a 422 total and Shawnee was third at 457. Paige Gaynier led DSJ with a 98 and Madilyn Paphanchith had the low round for the Indians with an 87.
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St. Henry, led by medalist Ellen Naumann’s 3-under 69, won the team title with a 386 total followed by Fort Recovery (425), Wapakoneta (432), Coldwater (433), Celina (454), Delphos Jefferson (459), Lincolnview (467), Fort Loramie (490) and Marion Local (490).
Courtney Clune (99), Dana Rindler (100) and Tori Staugler (118) also contributed to the winning total.
Fort Recovery’s Jalyn Bruns (92), Delphos Jefferson’s Anna Fitch (103), Celina’s Grace Romer (100), Lincolnview’s Winter Boroff (109), Wapak’s Taylor West (101), Coldwater’s Lexi Wright (100), New Bremen’s Abbie Burden (131) and Marion Local’s Aliyah Arling (116) had the low rounds for their respective schools.
Patrick Henry 100,
Miller City 113
OTTAWA — Isabelle Vance and Chelsea Erford shot 47 and 66 respectively for Miller City in the two-player competition at par 36 Pike Run.
CLYDE — Bluffton finished second in the nine-team event at par-71 Green Hills Golf Course. Woodmore, led my medalist Dan Greenhill’s 69, was the team champ with a 322 followed by the Pirates with a 356 total. Bluffton’s Kenny Lovett tied for the third-lowest round overall with an 82.
Miller City 191,
Patrick Henry 193
OTTAWA — Dillon Peck (46), Thomas Weis (46), TJ Michel 48 and Caleb Niese (51) combined for the winning total at par 36 Pike Run.
BLUFFTON — P-G got its got the victory in its first season as an official varsity sport. Medalist Blake Steiner led the way with a 40 followed by Eli Huffman (44), Jacob Suter (44) and Grant Farthing (49). Dru Hilvers led Ottoville with a 43.
LIMA — Lima Senior and Cuyahoga Community College graduate Kamry Brown has signed a national letter of intent to continue her track career at Madonna University.
The 2017 Lima Senior graduate was the 400 meter Three Rivers Athletic Conference and Division I district champion and also was a member of the indoor and outdoor state finalist and school record-setting 4 x 200 meter team.
While at Cuyahoga Community College, she was a two-time indoor 400 meter national qualifier, ninth place finisher in the national distance medley, 2018 and 2019 indoor regional champion and indoor 400 meter school record holder.