WAUSEON — Montpelier’s Hunter Burlew shot a 34 to lead the Locomotives’ boys golf team in a nine-hole 157-169 win over nonleague opponent Wauseon on Tuesday at Ironwood Golf Club.
Following Burlew for the Locos (10-1) was Jaxon Richmond (39), Ethan Marihugh (41) and Easten Richmond (43). Aidan Higbie also had a 44.
Edgerton boys place second, Fairview third
WOODBURN, Ind. — Esten and Kaden Kennerk both shot a 43 to lead Edgerton’s boys golf to a second place finish in a nine-hole match against Green Meadows Conference foes Antwerp and Fairview on Tuesday at Pond-A-River Golf Course.
The Bulldogs shot a 185, while the Apaches placed third with a 186. Antwerp was the top team with a 177.
Following the Kennerk’s for Edgerton were Noah Landel (45) and Nathan Swank (54). Leading for Fairview was Ronnie Adkins with a 43. He was followed by Brendan Degryse (44), Kasen Kauffman (46) and Jack Karzynow (53).
Antwerp’s Gaige McMichael and Eric Thornell shared medalist honors with a 41.
North Central falls to Pettisville
North Central golf fell to BBC opponent Pettisville 158-172 in a nine-hole match on Tuesday at Suburban Golf Course.
Colin Patten led the Eagles by shooting a 40. Patten was followed by Zach Hayes (41), Ben Pettit (45) and Kaiden Russell (46).
Tommy McWatters and Max Leppelmeier shared medalist honors with a 35 to lead Pettisville.
Stryker handles Fayette
STRYKER — Spencer Clingaman earned medalist honors with a 33 and led Stryker golf to a 166-187 nine-hole match win over BBC opponent Fayette on Tuesday at Riverside Greens Golf Course.
The Panthers had Devon Weirauch (41), Brandon Bowers (44) and Gavin LaBo (48) following Clingaman.
Hilltop beats Edon
MONTPELIER — Hilltop golf took home a win against BBC opponent Edon on Tuesday at Patriot Hills Golf Course.
Jamie Chester led the Cadets with a 43. Following her were Karter Gray (44), Ethan Siebenaler (45) and Dominik Schmitt (46).
Edon’s Hayden Price earned medalist honors with 41.
Fairview girls lose in playoff
DEFIANCE — Fairview girls golf placed second after falling in a scorecard playoff against Wayne Trace in a nine-hole match that also included Patrick Henry and Tinora on Tuesday at St. Mike’s Golf Course.
The Apaches and Wayne Trace both shot a 193.
Patrick Henry placed third with a 236, while Tinora finished last with a 255.
Lorelle Hetrick (42) led Fairview, while Emily Singer (45), Eva Wermer (49) and Andrea Macsay (57) rounded out the Apaches’ score.
Patrick Henry’s Sydnee Rohrs (41) earned medalist honors.