MG golfers win Blue


Cardington’s Yake is meet medalist

By ROB HAMILTON - MCSSports@civitasmedia.com



Zack Hosack of Mount Gilead drives the ball at the MOAC golf championships, hosted by Pine Lakes on Friday.


Rob Hamilton | Morrow County Sentinel

Cardington’s Austin Yake earned meet medalist honors at the MOAC golf championships Friday, shooting 73 over 18 holes of play.


Rob Hamilton | Morrow County Sentinel

Cardington’s Austin Yake claimed individual medalist honors at the Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference golf championships, hosted by Pine Lakes on Friday; while the Mount Gilead team earned the Blue Division title.

Yake shot a round of 73 to win by two strokes over Kameron Hall of Marion Harding. After shooting 39 over the first nine holes, he finished strongly, only taking 34 strokes to finish his day. Both Mount Gilead’s Zack Hosack and Fredericktown’s Brandon Main shot 76 to tie for third.

Hosack led an Indian squad that took the Blue with a team total of 355. The Blue was a close race, as Fredericktown took second with 358 and Cardington was third with 361 total shots. Highland was fourth with 377, while Centerburg (392) and Northmor (488) rounded out the field.

MG’s total was third overall, as Red Division champ Pleasant had the best overall score of 339, while Galion scored 348 to finish second in the Red. Also competing in the Red Division were River Valley (367), Harding (372) and North Union (400).

Following are the complete individual results of the league tournament.

Pleasant: 339 — Jed Charpie, 80; Jason Joehlin, 84; Drayson Campbell, Brennan Newell, 89; Myles Steed, 107; Wyatt Wells, 112.

Galion: 348 — Jack McElligott, 80; Mitch Dyer, 87; Brevin Owens, 89; Matt Kingseed, 92; Nick Kruger, 95; Kaleb Harsh, 102.

Mount Gilead: 355 — Zack Hosack, 76; Grant Hack, 86; Jason Bolha, 95; Jacob Lodge, 98; Mallory Graham, 100; Mitchell Bell, 104.

Fredericktown: 358 — Brandon Main, 76; Hunter Hulse, 80; Max Seymor, 99; Andrew Walsh, 103; Jusden Young, 111; Seth Cochran, 127.

Cardington: 361 — Austin Yake, 73; Nadia Kerman, 90; Jacob Spires, 96; Logan Doubikin, 102; Sage Brannon, 111; Austin Wilson, 114.

River Valley: 367 — Jerrett Reichardt, 85; Josh Strine, 85; Tyler Peak, 94; Corey Niese, 103; Dean Piper, 103; Jarrod Tuttle, 118.

Marion Harding: 372 — Kameron Hall, 75; Damion Whiteamore, 87; Nate Riddle, 104; Joey Tinnerello, 106; Kaylynn Atkins, 111; Connor Neff, 125.

Highland: 377 — Sam LoPiccolo, 92; Caleb Dodds, 93; Bryan Whited, 96; Jarin Vasquez, 96; Noah Dado, 101; Cameron Snyder, 118.

Centerburg: 392 — Ethan Hibner, 89; Ben Porter, 94; Brady Rowe, 102; Clay Harvey, 107; John Gantner, 113.

North Union: 400 — Cody Rausch, 95; Nick Reeder, 100; Bryson Beery, 101; Blaine Keckler, 104; Zach Ahern, 111; Riley Young, 112.

Northmor: 488 — Hayes Bentley, 89; Ryan Bentley, 124; Kamryn Ingles, 131; Ricky Borders, 144.

Zack Hosack of Mount Gilead drives the ball at the MOAC golf championships, hosted by Pine Lakes on Friday.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/08/web1_zackhosack.jpgZack Hosack of Mount Gilead drives the ball at the MOAC golf championships, hosted by Pine Lakes on Friday. Rob Hamilton | Morrow County Sentinel

Cardington’s Austin Yake earned meet medalist honors at the MOAC golf championships Friday, shooting 73 over 18 holes of play.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2016/08/web1_austinyake.jpgCardington’s Austin Yake earned meet medalist honors at the MOAC golf championships Friday, shooting 73 over 18 holes of play. Rob Hamilton | Morrow County Sentinel
Cardington’s Yake is meet medalist

By ROB HAMILTON

MCSSports@civitasmedia.com

Rob Hamilton can be reached at 419-946-3010, ext. 1807. Connect with him on Twitter at @SportsMCS

Rob Hamilton can be reached at 419-946-3010, ext. 1807. Connect with him on Twitter at @SportsMCS

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