Marauders top Eastern at MCGC


By Alex Hawley - ahawley@civitasmedia.com



Meigs freshman Wyatt Nicholson tees off infront of Eastern's Ryan Harbour (far right) and Kaleb Honaker, on the par-3 fifth hole at the Meigs County Golf Course, on Tuesday. (Alex Hawley/OVP Sports)


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POMEROY, Ohio — The Meigs boys and girls golf teams both claimed victory over Eastern in a non-conference match, Tuesday at the Meigs County Golf Course.

The MHS boys team fired a 176, led by match medalist Levi Chapman with a 38, while the Eagles fired a 204.

Following Chapman for the Marauders, was Wyatt Nicholson with a 43. Chase Whitlatch posted a 46, while Bryce Swatzel rounded out the MHS team total with a 49. Also playing for MHS was Evan George (50) and Brody Reynolds (52).

The Eastern boys team was paced by Jasiah Brewer with a 44, followed by Garrett Chalfant with a 49 and Jacob Brewer with a 53. Ryan Harbour and Kaleb Honaker both carded 58 for the Green and Gold, but only one counted to the EHS team total. Garrett Rees also competed for the Eagles, firing a 63.

The girls match, which was a quad with Waterford and Southern, was claimed by the Lady Wildcats with a team-total of 189. Meigs was third with a 213, Eastern was third with a 230, while Southern didn’t have enough golfers for a team-score.

Waterford was led by girls’ medalist Kenzie Dietz with a 41, followed by Bree Hart with a 47, Liz Leach with a 50 and Ashley Offenberger with a 51. Abby Echmiller (55) and Alecia Dickenson (56) both played for WHS put did not count toward the team total.

Meigs junior Karlee Norton paced the Maroon and Gold with a 52, followed by Kendra Robie with a 53. Sarah Curl and Dannett Davis both fired 54 to round out the Lady Marauders’ total. Mersadies Markins (63) and Shaylin Mitchell (64) also competed for MHS but didn’t count toward the team total.

Freshman Kylee Tolliver led the Lady Eagles with a 54, followed by Katelyn Edwards with a 55. Kaitlyn Hawk fired a 56 for Eastern, while Katie Ridenour had a 65 and Sarah Bunce marked a 67 for Eastern.

The lone Lady Tornado competing was Ashley Acree, who carded a 57.

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Meigs freshman Wyatt Nicholson tees off infront of Eastern’s Ryan Harbour (far right) and Kaleb Honaker, on the par-3 fifth hole at the Meigs County Golf Course, on Tuesday. (Alex Hawley/OVP Sports)
http://mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_8.27-MHS-Nicholson.jpgMeigs freshman Wyatt Nicholson tees off infront of Eastern’s Ryan Harbour (far right) and Kaleb Honaker, on the par-3 fifth hole at the Meigs County Golf Course, on Tuesday. (Alex Hawley/OVP Sports)Alex Hawley/OVP Sports

By Alex Hawley

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