Versailles wins Kendig tourney


Russia boys 3rdin 16-team field

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Zach Sherman putts the ball for Russia during the Dan Kendig Memorial boys golf tournament, held Wednesday at Echo Hills in Piqua.

Zach Sherman putts the ball for Russia during the Dan Kendig Memorial boys golf tournament, held Wednesday at Echo Hills in Piqua.


Staff report

PIQUA — Versailles outplayed 15 other teams to take first place in the Dan Kendig Memorial boys golf tournament, hosted by Covington at Echo Hills in Piqua.

The Tigers shot a 319 to win by six strokes over Miami East and by seven over Russia, which had its two-tournament win streak to start the season ended.

Fort Loramie finished in fifth place with a 329, Anna was seventh with a 334, Fairlawn ninth with a 354, and Houston 16th with a 398.

Versailles was led by Griffen Reigle’s 76, one stroke better than teammate Kyle Cotner. Jacob Watren added an 81 and Nicholas Litten-Stonebraker shot an 85 to round out the Tigers’ scoring.

Russia was led by Jonah Counts, who was third overall in the tournament with a 74, just two strokes behind medalist Alex Jennings of Graham and just one stroke off the school record for 18 holes.

Also for the Raiders, Zach Sherman shot a 79, Jack Dapore 86 and Connor Monnin 87. Dylan Cordonnier added an 89.

Final team standings — 1. Versailles 319, 2. Miami East 325, 3. Russia 326, 4. Arcanum 328, 5. Fort Loramie 329, 6. Bethel 331, 7. Anna 334, 8. Newton 347, 9. Fairlawn 354, 10. Graham 358, 11. Tri-Village 359, 12. Franklin-Monroe 360, 13. National Trail 368, 14. Covington 380, 15. West Milton 382, 16. Houston 398.

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JC tops Sidney

SIDNEY — Sidney and Jackson Center played at Shelby Oaks on Tuesday, and Jackson won by three strokes over the Yellow Jackets, 187-190.

For Jackson, Trent Platfoot shot a 44 to share medalist honors, Bryce and Drew Sosby both shot 48 and Brady Wildermuth had a 49.

For Sidney, Cole Cartwright also had a 44, Jared Lindsay 46, Gambit Hand 49 and Thomas Atwood 51.

“We didn’t play our best match, but I was proud of Gambit’s score today,” said Sidney coach Thomas Goffena. “If you asked the kids how their score went, they would be disappointed. We just have to get more consistent around the green and on the green. But at the end of the day, Jackson Center just played better than us and deserved to win.”

Zach Sherman putts the ball for Russia during the Dan Kendig Memorial boys golf tournament, held Wednesday at Echo Hills in Piqua.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/08/web1_081215mju_golf_russia_zachsherman2.jpgZach Sherman putts the ball for Russia during the Dan Kendig Memorial boys golf tournament, held Wednesday at Echo Hills in Piqua.
Russia boys 3rdin 16-team field

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