Golfer of the Year

Case Hartman, Bryan, Sr.

All-Area Team

Nolan Kidston, Bryan, Jr.

Kidston played a huge role in helping the Golden Bears to a Northwest Ohio Athletic League title this season. He carried an 85.1 18-hole tournament average and a 40.1 average on nine-hole match play. He was also made the All-NWOAL First Team this season.

Clayton Rupp, Bryan, Jr.

Rupp had a much-improved season in helping the Golden Bears to an NWOAL title this season. He carried an 18-hole average of 85.4 and a nine-hole average of 43. His season best rounds were 39 on nine holes and 82 on 18 holes.

Chace Boothman, North Central, Sr.

Boothman led the North Central golf team all season long as a senior. He carried a nine-hole average of 39.4, with season-best rounds of 35 on nine holes and 74 on 18 holes. Boothman also helped the Eagles to a second-place finish in the Buckeye Border Conference and a spot at a Division III district tournament.

Spencer Clingaman, Stryker, Jr.

Clingaman led a relatively inexperienced Panther golf squad during the 2019 season. He placed third in the Buckeye Border Conference with a round of 77 and then advanced to the district level for the second time of his career with a round of 77 and a second-place finish at sectionals.

Hunter Burlew, Montpelier, Jr.

Burlew had a great season for the Locomotives this year. Highlights of his year include his nine-hole average of 39, a First Team All-Buckeye Border Conference honor and a school-record score of 34 on nine holes. He also helped the Locos advance to the Division III district level as a team.

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