3 County teams advance to district


Medalist honors for Gottemoeller, Fischer

Gottemoeller

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Staff report

ARCANUM — It was an excellent day for Shelby County in the Division 3 Boys Sectional Golf Tournament, held at Beechwood in Arcanum Tuesday.

The top four teams plus four individuals not on qualifying teams advanced from the sectional to the district, which is set for Oct. 8 at Weatherwax in Middletown.

Of the top four finishers, three are from the Shelby County League, including sectional champion Russia, runnerup Fort Loramie, and fourth-place Fairlawn.

The Raiders finished with a 334 and were led by Jonah Counts with an 81. Zach Sherman had an 82, Connor Monnin 84 and Dylan Cordonnier 87. Jack Dapore finished with a 90.

Fort Loramie’s Brad Gottemoeller shot an even-par 72 to lead Fort Loramie and share medalist honors with Caleb Westfall of Mechanicsburg. Gottemoeller started the back nine with a 35, and finished with a 37 for his score.

Also for the Redskins, who had a 337, Tanner Rosengarten shot an 86, Connor Rose 89, and Aaron Schwartz 90. Craig Eilerman added a 92.

“That is Brad’s low 18-hole score for the season and it couldn’t have come at a better time,” said Loramie coach Brad Turner. “I was really pleased with Tanner and Aaron. They had big scores on their first nine holes, Tanner a 46 and Aaron a 49. But they both got it together on their second nines and finished very well.”

Mechanicsburg, which had two sub-80 scores, was third with 342, and grabbing the No. 4 qualifying spot was Fairlawn, the Jets shooting a 350.

Mason Jones, Nathan Lessing and Jacob Caldwell all shot 86 for the Jets and Kyle Noble came in with a 92.

In addition to the team qualifiers, two more Shelby Countians advanced as individuals. Lehman’s Tyler Lachey shot an 83 and Josh Miller of Botkins shot an 84. The fourth and final qualifier was Nathan Osborn of TV South, who was tied for the fourth spot with Jackson Center’s Drew Sosby. Osborn won a playoff for the final spot.

Division 3 Sectional

Tuesday at Arcanum

Final team standings — (top four to district) — 1. Russia 334, 2. Fort Loramie 337, 3. Mechanicsburg 342, 4. Fairlawn 350, 5. Lehman 355, 6. Dayton Christian 371, 7. Jackson Center 373, 8. Triad 373, 9. Franklin Monroe 383, 10. Riverside 400, 11. Botkins 404, 12. TV South 409, 13. Houston 416. 14. Dixie 449,

Individuals

Russia — Jonah Counts 81, Zach Sherman 82, Connor Monnin 84, Dylan Cordonnier 87.

Fort Loramie — Brad Goettemoeller 72, Tanner Rosengarten 86, Connor Rose 89, Aaron Schwartz 90.

Fairlawn — Mason Jones 86, Nathan Lessing 86, Jacob Caldwell 86, Kyle Noble 92.

Lehman — Tyler Lachey 83, Tyler Scott 89, Cole Gilardi 89, Ryan Schmidt 94.

Jackson Center — Drew Sosby 85, Bryce Sosby 91, Brady Wildermuth 94, Trent Platfoot 103.

Riverside — Landon Kelsey 95, Trey Lane 100, Ross Stevens 102, Tyler Sanford 103.

Botkins — Josh Miller 84, Erik Greve 92, Justin Williamson 112, Anthony Opperman 116.

Houston — Nick Shoemaker 102, Deion Booher 104, Zach McKee 105, Tristin Stangel 104.

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Girls Division-2

CELINA — Alli Fischer was the medalist and Minster the team champion Tuesday in the Division 2 Girls Golf Sectional held at Fox’s Den in Celina.

The Lady Wildcats now advance on to district play next Monday at Sycamore Springs in Arlington.

Fischer shot an 80 for medalist honors in the tournament, going out in 37 and finishing with a 43 on the back nine.

Taylor Homan added a 90 for Minster, Lisa Borges 95 and Hannah Koenig 96 for a team score of 361, 13 strokes better than St. Henry. Sarah Huwer added a 97 for the Lady Wildcats.

Division 2 Sectional

Tuesday at Fox’s Den

Team standings — 1. Minster 361, 2. St. Henry 374, 3. Lincolnview 384, 4. Wayne Trace 387, 5. Lima Catholic 390, 6. Antwerp 401, 7. Fort Recovery 421, 8. Parkway 437, 9. New Bremen 449, 10. Waynesfield 456, 11. Marion Local 4654, 12. Hicksville 472, 13. Coldwater 551.

Individuals

Minster — Alli Fischer 80, Taylor Homan 90, Lisa Borges 95, Hannah Koenig 96.

New Bremen — Amy Schmitmeyer 104, Claire McClurg 109, Molly Borkowski 116, Jenna Miller 120.

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Medalist honors for Gottemoeller, Fischer