Ellis, Astros third in National Division finale


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GOSHEN — In a tight battle, Bethel-Tate emerged as the boys golf champion Wednesday of the SBAAC National Division.

The league’s 18-hole final round was played at Eagles Nest Golf Course, once known as Fairacres Golf Course.

Nick Mullen of Bethel-Tate was the tournament medalist and season player of the year. He had 77 on Wednesday and edged out Clermont Northeastern’s Parker Woolery and East Clinton’s Nathan Ellis by 13 strokes.

Ellis had a 79 on Wednesday while Woolery had 81. Both players earn first-team all-league honors.

East Clinton was third in the final team standings for the year, three shots behind runnerup Williamsburg and 12 shots back of Bethel-Tate.

Andrew Osborn of Blanchester shot a 102.

Mitchell Ellis and Dakota Collom of East Clinton held on to a second-team all-league honors Wednesday with their rounds of 93 for Ellis and 99 for Collom.

SUMMARY

Sept 14, 2022

SBAAC Boys Golf

National Division

@Eagles Nest Golf Club

TEAMS

Bethel-Tate 368, Williamsburg 370, East Clinton 372, Clermont NE 414, Felicity 450, Blanchester 468, Georgetown 552

INDIVIDUALS

Bethel-Tate: Nick Mullen 77, Xavier Vanchure 92, AJ Johnson 96, CJ Stober 107, Collin Nickell 103, Caleb Guy 106

Blanchester: Andrew Osborn 102, Evan Malott 104, Maxon Saxour 133, Eason Jones 129

Clermont NE: Parker Woolery 81, Ian Howser 96, Wyatt Fisher 107, Dylan Russell 130

Felicity: Austin Huston 81, Clayton Shelton 114, Lane McElfresh 114, Connor Redden 141

Georgetown: Peyton Schadle 78, Natalee McCann 114

Williamsburg: Karson Lagrange 86, Adam Middendorf 83, Drew Kreimer 100, Ben Trainor 104, Evan Seig 101, Ben Watson 118

East Clinton: Nathan Ellis 79, Dakota Collom 99, Mitchell Ellis 93, Austin Kmatz 101, Aiden Walker 114

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