Two tourney wins for Knouff


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Kaitlin Broerman of New Breman chips to a green in the Covington Lady Buccs annual Pink Out Golf Tournament at Echo Hills Golf Course recently.


Mike Ullery | Civitas Media

Staff report

PIQUA — Fort Loramie junior standout Emily Knouff got her season off to a great start recently when she took medalist honors at the annual Covington Lady Bucc girls golf invitational at Echo Hills.

Knouff outdueled Tipp City’s Tori Merrick by one stroke, shooting a 79. She was tied for third place after the first nine holes, and three strokes off the lead with a 41. But she came back in with a 38, four strokes better than Merrick, who shot a 42.

Tipp City still managed to win the team title with a 356, one stroke better than Troy. Versailles was fifth with 388, Russia seventh with a 417, Fort Loramie eighth with a 425 and New Bremen 11th with a 495.

Versailles had two in the top 10, led by Madie Covault with an 88, good enough for a fifth-place tie. Teammate Lauren Heitkamp shot a 91 for 10th.

Team standings — 1. Tipp City 356, 2. Troy 357, 3. Kenton Ridge 378, 4. Miami East 384, 5, Versailles 388, 6. St. Henry 4-1, 7. Russia 417, 8. Fort Loramie 425, 9. Piqua 440, 10. Arcanum 465, 11. New Bremen 496, 12. Greenville 496, 12. Covington 501.

Area individuals

Versailles — 5. Maddie Covault 88, 10. Lauren Heitkamp 91, 17. Lauren Durham 97, 44. Morgan Heitkamp 112.

Russia — 20. Alicia George 98, 26. Maddie Borchers 103, 30. Lizzie Adams 105, 41. Kara Barlage 111.

Fort Loramie — 1. Emily Knouff 88 (Medalist), 34. Megan Koppin 110, 45. Amy Eilerman 113, 54. Kayla Rosengarten 123.

New Bremen — 27. Amy Schmitmeyer 104, 33. Molly Borkowski 109, 63. Caylie Hall 13, 66. Katlyn Broerman 136.

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Celina Invitational

CELINA —Fort Loramie’s Emily Knouff made it two medalist rounds in her first two tournaments this season, following up her win in the Lady Bucc Invitational with a round of 69 to finish first in the Celina Invitational Friday at The Fox’s Den.

Knouff scorched the course with a 35 on the first nine, and shaved a stroke off that on the back nine to put on a show and win the tournament by 13 strokes.

The Versailles girls took third place with a 380, and Fort Loramie was sixth with a 401.

Also for the Lady Redskins, Megan Koppin and Amy Eilerman both had a 109, and Kayla Rosengarten 114.

The Lady Tigers shot a 380 to finish behind Van Buren (368) and Findlay (369). Maddie Covault led Versailles with an 83, Lauren Durham shot a 91, Lauren Heitkamp 98 and Jorja Pothast 108.

Marion Local shot a 456 and was led by Molly Kindle with a 103. New Bremen shot a 521 and was paced by Amy Schmitmeyer with a 111.

Team standings — 1. Van Buren 368, 2. Findlay 369, 3. Versailles 380, 4. Wapakoneta 394, 5. Lima Catholic 400, 6. Fort Loramie 401, 7. St. Henry 404, 8. Minster 42, 9. Fort Recovery 442, 10. Lincolnview 443, 11. Marion Local 456, 12. Wayne Trace 461, 13. Parkway 498, 14. Lima Shawnee 499, 15. Waynesfield 518, 16. New Bremen 521, 17. Coldwater 529, 18. Defiance 544.

Area individuals

Versailles — Madie Covault 93, Lauren Durham 91, Lauren Heitkamp 98, Jorja Pothast 108.

Fort Loramie — Emily Knouff (Medalist), Megan Koppin 109, Amy Eilerman 109, Kayla Rosengarten 114.

Minster — Alli Fischer 94, Hannah Koenig 106, Lisa Borges 107, Sarah Huwer 115.

Marion Local — Molly Kindle 103, Hannah Moeller 115, Carlee Kremer 115, Marah Moeller 123.

New Bremen — Amy Schmitmeyer 111, Molly Borkowski 132, Claire McClurg 139, Jenna Miller 139.

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JC boys win

BELLEFONTAINE — Jackson Center won a tri-match over Riverside and Calvary Christian in boys golf action recently.

The Tigers had 178, Riverside 182 and Calvary 246.

Riverside’s Landon Kelsey was medalist with a 42.

For Jackson, Drew Sosby and Brady Wildermuth both shot 44 and Bryce Sosby and Trent Platfoot both added 45s.

For Riverside, Trey Lane had a 45.

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Kaitlin Broerman of New Breman chips to a green in the Covington Lady Buccs annual Pink Out Golf Tournament at Echo Hills Golf Course recently.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/08/web1_080515mju_golf_newbreman_kaitlinbroerman.jpgKaitlin Broerman of New Breman chips to a green in the Covington Lady Buccs annual Pink Out Golf Tournament at Echo Hills Golf Course recently. Mike Ullery | Civitas Media

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