Falcons atop SBC divisional again; WHS second

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BATAVIA — Clinton-Massie and Wilmington continue to duke it out at the top of the Southern Buckeye Athletic & Academic Conference American Division boys golf standings.

The Falcons posted their second divisional win Wednesday and the Hurricane finished second again in a match at Elks Run Golf Course.

Led by Keith Mineer, Clinton-Massie had a 167 total while the Hurricane came in with a 172.

In the season standings, the Falcons lead the Hurricane by seven strokes. The nearest competitor beyond the two Clinton County entries is 41 strokes back.

Mineer, the individual leader in the American Division through two divisionals, had a 3-over par 35 on Wednesday.

Max Carnevale shot a 42 and Cam Collett followed with a 43.

For Wilmington, Jack Murphy and Cameron Smart led the way with 41s.


Aug 16, 2017

@Elks Run Golf Course

SBAAC American Division

Team scores

Clinton-Massie 167 Wilmington 172 Western Brown 200 New Richmond 206 Batavia 213 Goshen 250

Individual scores

ClintonMassie (167) Keith Mineer 38 Max Carnevale 42 Cam Collett 43 Nick Young 44 Alex Burnham 52 Ryan Riggers 49

Wilmington (172) Hunter DeWeese 51 Jack Murphy 41 Cameron Smart 41 Dylan Combs 47 Zach Zeckser 52 Zach Delaney 43

Wester Brown (200) Jordan Lind 56 Tabor Tesmer 49 Ty Large 46 Will Stratton 54 Cody Ryan 52 Ryan Osborne 53

New Richmond (206) Lane Flamm 48 Jack Beineke 54 Mat Cox 53 Jackson Miller 51 Matt Ellerd 66 Austin Harley 63

Batavia (213) Ethan Berger 49 Will Scheffter 51 Micah Staggs 59 Keagan Gadbury 67 Luke Turner 54 Mitch Davis 59

Goshen (250) Avery Kneipp 57 Nate Billingsley 63 Chase Huff 63 Colton Rich 66 Brice Noland 67 Chris Bradley 70


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