WAPAKONETA — Wapakoneta won the title Wednesday in the six-team Auglaize County Open at Wapakoneta Country Club.
The Redskins finished with a team total of 169 followed by St. Marys (175), Minster (192), New Bremen (206), Waynesfield-Goshen (212) and New Knoxville (215).
Wapak’s Tanner Sweede and St. Marys’ Jacob Hollman each shot a 4-over-par 40 to share medalist honors.
Jared Miller (42), Logan Miller (42) and Drew Zwiebel (45) also contributed to the Redskins’ winning score.
The other low individuals for their respective teams included: Minster’s Jordan Brackman (43), New Knoxville’s Ray Newton (44), New Bremen’s Erza Ferguson (49) and Waynesfield-Goshen’s Kale Kaufman (50).
Shawnee’s Will Greeley and Nick Guerrero Coldwater’s and Andrew Fisher each shot 43s for to share medalists honors at the par-36 Mercer County Elks.
Andrew Boone (44) and Drew Bullock (45) also contributed to the Indians’ winning total.
Delphos St. John’s 167,
Fort Jennings 195
DELPHOS — Adam Gerker of Delphos St. John’s shot a 2-over 38 for the low round at Delphos Country Club.
Also contributing to the Blue Jays’ winning score were Derek Klausing (41), Austin Lucas (42) and Robert Buescher and Ryan Dickman (46 each). Sam Vetter led Fort Jennings with a 45.
Delphos Jefferson 187,
Medalist Andrew Foust of Delphos Jefferson shot a 41 at the par-36 Delphos Country Club. Also contributing to the winning total were Tristen Moore (45), Braden Hammons (50) and Nathan Pohlman (51).
DEFIANCE — Medalist Davis Lammers (39), Jacob Schimmoeller (44), Kelvin Stechschulte (44) and Luke Lammers (44) contributed to the winning Miller City of 171 against Patrick Henry (187) and Holgate (192) score at the par-36 Auglaize Golf Club
WAYNESFIELD — Medalist Alivia Koenig (43), Kayleigh Coughlan (45), Kennedy Coughlan (53) and Lily Shadle (54) combined for the winning score at the par-36 Prairie View Golf Club. Sarissa Wallace-Ojeda led W-G with a 58.
Wayne Trace 184,
PAYNE — Haylee Stukey led Parkway with a 56 at the par-36 Pleasant Valley.
COLDWATER — St. Marys, Ottawa-Glandorf, Miami East, St. Henry, Fort Loramie, New Knoxville, Liberty-Benton and the host Cavaliers are scheduled to play Aug. 20 in the eighth annual Totally Promotional Cavalier Spikeoff at Coldwater High School. Matches are scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. For more information contact Coldwater Athletic Director Eric Goodwin at [email protected]
Mike Purdy can be reached at 567-242-0451.