Rain shortens County Preview


Fairlawn’s Kody Curtner chips onto the green at Shelby Oaks Monday during the County Preview boys golf tournament. This photo was taken before the rain that ended the tournament after 13 holes.

Fairlawn’s Kody Curtner chips onto the green at Shelby Oaks Monday during the County Preview boys golf tournament. This photo was taken before the rain that ended the tournament after 13 holes.


SIDNEY — Rain interfered with the annual Shelby County League boys golf preview Monday at Shelby Oaks, stopping the tournament after 13 holes.

Russia was declared the winner with a score of 29-over par, and second was Fort Loramie at plus-37.

Jonah Counts of Russia was the medalist with a score of 3-over par. Anna’s Zach Watren was at plus-4, as was Fort Loramie’s Brad Goettemoeller. Russia’s Gunnar Young was at plus-5.

Team standings (called after 13 holes due to rain) — 1. Russia +29, 2. Fort Loramie +37, 3. Anna +38, 4. Fairlawn +48, 5. Jackson Center +62, 6. Houston +87, 7. Botkins +104.

Individuals

Russia — Jonah Counts +3, Cunnar Young +5, Zach Sherman +9, Connor Monnin +12.

Fort Loramie — Brad Goettemoeller +4, Aaron Schwartz +10, Tanner Rosengarten +11, Connor Rose +16.

Anna — Zach Watren +4, Ross Pulfer +10, Mason Platfoot +11, Eli Kuck +13.

Fairlawn — Nathan Lessing +9, Kyle Noble +11, Mason Jones +12, Kody Curtner and Jacob Caldwell +16.

Jackson Center — Drew Sosby +8, Bryce Sosby +10, Brady Wildermuth +21, Colton Rose +23.

Houston — Cameron Via +19, Zach Freytag +20, Deion Booher +22, Nick Shoemaker and Tristin Stangel +26.

Botkins — Josh Miller +14, Eric Greve +19, Nick Fischio +30, Anthony Opperman +41.

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Raiders win NB

Invitational

MINSTER — The Russia boys made it two in a row to start the season, taking first place in the annual New Bremen Cardinal Invitational.

The Raiders won by a single stroke over Versailles. There were 13 teams in the competition, which took place at Arrowhead in Minster.

Leading the Raiders were three players with 80, including Zach Sherman, Connor Monnin and Jonah Counts. Dylan Cordonnier added an 88.

Versailles was led by Griffin Riegle with a 79.

Brad Goettemoeller of Fort Loramie took medalist honors with a 77, leading the Redskins to a 336 score and fourth place.

Team standings — 1. Russia 328, 2. Versailles 329, 3. Wapakoneta 333, 4. Fort Loramie 336, 5. Anna 347, 6. St. Marys 356, 7. Lehman 365, 8. Jackson Center 378, 9. Minster 383, 10. Houston 388, 11. New Knoxville 421, 12. Botkins 429, 13. New Bremen 520.

Individuals

Russia — Zach Sherman 80, Connor Monnin 80, Jonah Counts 80, Dylan Cordonnier 88.

Versailles — Griffen Riegle 79, Nicholas Litten-Stonebraker 83, Jacob Watren 83, Kyle Cotner 84.

Fort Loramie — Brad Goettemoeller 77 (Medalist), Tanner Rosengarten 84, Aaron Schwartz 85, Connor Rose 90, Shea Swick 90.

Anna — Ross Pulfer 86, Mason Plafoot 86, Zach Watren 87, Eli Kuck 88.

Lehman — Cole Gilardi 87, Tyler Lachey 91, Adam Vanderhorst 91, Ryan Schmidt 96.

Jackson Center — Bryce Sosby 91, Drew Sosby 93, Brady Wildermuth 95, Fred Bunke 99.

Minster — Jordan Brackman 89, Brett Hoelswcher 96, Ben Stubbs 97, Connor Tumbusch 101.

Houston — Nick Shoemaker 93, Deion Booher 93, Zach Freytag 99, Zach McKee 103.

New Knoxville — Hunter McMurray 95, Eric Prader 106, Ben Menke 108, Nathan Tinnerman 112.

Botkins — Josh Miller 89, Erik Greve 102, Nick Fischio 115, Justin Williamson 123.

New Bremen — Kenny Simindinger 119, Cole Hemelgarn 127, Hunter Drewes 132, Tyler Leichliter 142.

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Sidney sixth

BELLEFONTAINE — Sidney competed in the Russ Hogue Invitational hosted by Indian Lake Tuesday at Cherokee Hills in Bellefontaine.

The Jackets finished sixth out of eight teams with a 363.

Cole Cartwright had an 81 to lead Sidney, Jared Lindsey 85, Thomas Atwood 96, and Spencer Karn 101.

Riverside also competed and placed seventh.

“As a team we played a lot better than we did at the league preview last week,” said Sidney coach Thomas Goffena. “We took almost 30 strokes off that round. Cole is always going to shoot a solid score and Jared Lindsey played very well and drove the ball a lot better.”

Team standings — 1. Lima Catholic 308, 2. Lima Shawnee 318, 3. Bellefontaine 321, 4. Northwestern 352, 5. Ben Logan 354, 6. Sidney 363, 7. Riverside 367, 8. Indian Lake 436.

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Knouff ties record

Fort Loramie’s Emily Knouff tied a school record for nine holes, shooting a 32 in a tri-match with Tri-Village and Riverside.

Loramie had a 190, Riverside 238 and Tri-Village, the home team, a 247.

Megan Koppin added a 47 for Loramie, and Kayla Rosengarten and Amy Eilerman both shot 54.

Fairlawn’s Kody Curtner chips onto the green at Shelby Oaks Monday during the County Preview boys golf tournament. This photo was taken before the rain that ended the tournament after 13 holes.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/08/web1_SDN081115BoysGolf2.jpgFairlawn’s Kody Curtner chips onto the green at Shelby Oaks Monday during the County Preview boys golf tournament. This photo was taken before the rain that ended the tournament after 13 holes.