Falcons edge Hurricane in first SBAAC divisional match


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ADAMS TOWNSHIP — Clinton-Massie out-dueled Wilmington Thursday in the season opening Southern Buckeye Athletic & Academic Conference American Division event at Majestic Springs Golf Course.

Led by medalist Max Carnevale, the Falcons shot 156 while the Hurricane came in with a 158.

The two Clinton County entrants outdistanced the field as third place Western Brown had a 171.

In fact, Massie and Wilmington dominated to the point of having 12 of the top 18 scores, which included eight of the top 10.

Carnevale had a 37 while teammate Cam Collett came in with a 38. Keith Mineer shot a 40 and Alex Burnham had a 41. Playing but not scoring for the Falcons were two solid outings — Ryan Riggers (42) and Nick Young (44).

For Wilmington, Jack Murphy had 38 and Dylan Combs shot 39 to top the list.

Zach Zeckser shot a 40 and Hunter DeWeese had a 41. Cam Smart (43) and Zack Delaney (45) played well but did not score for WHS.

“Overall, I was very pleased with the efforts of my four, five and six guys today,” said WHS coach Phil Gilmore. “Jack played nicely as well.

“We have them (Clinton-Massie) six more times this year and this is a good measuring stick for what we need team-wise the rest of the year.”

SUMMARY

August 10, 2017

@Majestic Springs Golf Course

American Division Match 1

Team scores

Clinton-Massie 156 Wilmington 158 Western Brown 171 New Richmond 189 Batavia 221 Goshen 221

Individual scores

Max Carnevale (CM) 37, Cam Collett (CM) 38, Jack Murphy (W) 38, Dylan Combs (W), Tabor Tesmer (WB) 39, Jake Beineke (NR) 40, Keith Mineer (CM) 40, Zach Zeckser (W) 40, Alex Burnham (CM) 41, Hunter DeWeese (W) 41, Lane Flamm (NR) 41, Ryan Riggers (CM) 42, Cam Smart (W) 43, Jordan Lind (WB) 43, Nick Young (CM) 44, Ty Large (WB) 45, Zack Delaney (W) 45, Cody Ryan (WB) 48, Chase Huff (G) 49, Ethan Berger (B) 49, Ryan Osbourne (WB) 49, Avery Kneipp (G) 52, Jackson Miller (NR) 53, Kegan Gadbury (B) 54, Mat Cox (NR) 55, Cael Matthews (NR) 58, Mitch Davis (B) 58, Brice Noland (G) 60, CJ Munafo (G) 60, Will Schefter (B) 60, Micah Staggs (B) 63, Luke Turner (B) 64, Nate Billingsley (G) 64, Chris Isaacs (NR) 66, Colton Rich (G) 67

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