Cartwright, Fischer narrowly miss qualifying


SPRINGFIELD — The Sidney High boys golf team finished 11th Tuesday in the Division 1 Sectional Tournament, held at Reid Park in Springfield.

The top four teams advanced from the sectional to the district, and they were Beavercreek first with a 311, Bellefontaine with a 328, Troy with a 335 and Xenia with a 353.

There were also four individual qualifiers not on a qualifying team. Sidney did not have any qualifiers, but Cole Cartwright finished with an 86, just two strokes away from earning a district spot.

Other scores for the Yellow Jackets included Jared Lindsey with 100, Zane Walker 101 and Thomas Atwood with 109.

Beavercreek’s Alex Flick was medalist with a 73.

Final team standings (top 4 to district) — 1. Beavercreek 311, 2. Bellefontaine 328, 3. Troy 335, 4. Xenia 353, 5. Tipp City 354, 6. Bellbrook 358, 7. Greenville 365, 8. Springfield 371, 9. Tecumseh 389, 10. Fairborn 392, 11. Sidney 396, 12. Piqua 4-2, 13. Wilmington 409, 14. Stebbins 422.

Fischer shoots 88

The Northwest Division 2 District Tournament was held Monday at Sycamore Springs Golf Course, and Minster’s Alli Fischer shot an 88.

Unfortunately, that wasn’t enough to make it to the state tournament. Minster did not qualify as a team, and Fischer came up short of advancing as one of three individuals not on a qualifying team.

She was 11th overall in the tournament.

As a team, Minster placed eighth out of 12 teams with a 393. In addition to Fischer, Hannah Koening shot 100, Lisa Borges 101 and Sara Huwer 104. All four return for the Lady Wildcats next season.


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