EC boys win Elks Run divisional, up SBAAC lead


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BATAVIA — East Clinton increased its lead in the Southern Buckeye Athletic & Academic Conference National Division boys golf standings Monday afternoon.

Playing the seven-team divisional at Elks Run Golf Course in Batavia, the Astros had a 183 team total while runnerup Georgetown had a 186. East Clinton leads Georgetown by 17 strokes after two nine-hole divisionals.

Blanchester had a 243 team total and is seventh in the league standings.

Individually, Jacob Olds led the Astros on Monday with a 5-over par 40. Gage McConahay came in with a 42.

Blanchester’s top scorer was the pair of Ashlin Benne and Brian Miller, both of whom shot 60s for the Wildcats.

Lance Sininger of Georgetown was the overall medalist with an even par 35. In the overall individual standings, Sininger has 70 after two rounds while Olds has 85 and McConahay has 86.

The next divisional will be held Tuesday at Snow Hill Country Club. The teams will begin play at 4 p.m.

SUMMARY

Aug 14, 2017

@Elks Run Golf Course

SBAAC National Division

Team scores

East Clinton 183 Georgetown 186 Clermont Northeastern 208 Williamsburg 209 Felicity-Franklin 224 Bethel-Tate 233 Blanchester 243

Individual scores

East Clinton: Jacob Olds 40 Gage McConahay 42 Logan Kelly 48 Shane Streber 53 Brendon Walters 56 Nathan Stewart 60

Georgetown: Lance Sininger 35 Alex Zurbuch 49 Kaden Mountain 58 Kyle Cornett 44 Carson Ralston 63 Austin Meranda 60

Clermont NE: Chris Moorhouse 46 Foster Kuntz 60 Jake Ansteatt 53 Zaid Ahmad 54 Noah Hoeppner 55 Joey Putnam 57

Williamsburg: Jordan Block 43 Jacob Wells 44 Kyle Gilvin 99 Michael Fisher 56 Nate Bogan 66

Felicity-Franklin: Riley Pinger 58 Nathan Peace 53 Paul Bostic 61 Devin Cummins 55 Ethan Gutknecht 59 Nathaniel Buckler 58

Bethel-Tate: Tony Cecil 58 Gunner Combs 61 Isaac White 55 Griffin Reinert 59 Dylan Fultz 67

Blanchester: Ashlin Benne 60 Brian Miller 60 Connor Cook 61 Jacob Miller 62

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