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Norwalk, Little pace area at Edison Invitational

By Norwalk Reflector staff • Aug 8, 2018 at 9:16 PM

HURON — The Norwalk girls golf team had the lowest score among area teams at Wednesday's Edison Invitational, held at Thunderbird Hills South golf course.

Avon Lake won the 25-team event with a 318 net score. Shelby was second with a 322, and paced by Amanda Ruminski — who broke the tournament record with an 18-hole total of 67 to finish as medalist among 136 total golfers.

Runners-up medalist was Caroline Dayton of Ottawa Hills, who shot a 71.

Rounding out the top 10 was Ashland (329), Lexington (334), Westlake (343), Olmsted Falls (354), Huron (371), Avon (376), Van Buren (394) and Oak Harbor (395).

Norwalk finished 12th after shooting a 404. Anna Little led the Truckers with a 91. Also contributing to Norwalk's score was Hannah Dumbeck, just one stroke behind with a 92. Noelle Jackson fired a 106, and Carmen Krichbaum added a 115. Chloe Thomas had a 116 and Emily Berry finished with a 175.

"We're playing better every day out, and look to continue lowering our scores," Norwalk coach Chris Jackson said. "Noelle, Carmen and Chloe all shot personal best scores today."

Host Edison placed 16th with a 418, and were led by Jordan Pruitt's 78. St. Paul was next in 17th with a 436, as Miller Hosack shot a 103. Bellevue was led by Cass Biedrzycki's 90, followed by Lara Spurlock and Tristian Rupp, who each shot a 92.

Norwalk sixth among 20 teams at P.C. Classic

CATAWBA ISLAND — The Norwalk boys golf team was the highest-finishing area team at Wednesday’s Port Clinton Classic, hosted by the Catawba Island Club.

Norwalk shot a 378, good for sixth place in the 20-team field. Findlay Liberty-Benton (323) won the tournament, followed by Van Buren (330), Genoa (355), Parma Padua (361) and Clyde (372) in the top five.

For the Truckers, Carter Kluding (43-47) and Kyle Smith (42-48) both led the team with a pair of 90s. They were followed by Zach Crane (53-44—97), Gavin Koelsch (50-51—101) and Noah Scheel (55-49—104).

New London totaled a 382 as a group to place 10th. The Wildcats got a 44-46—90 from Ben Crawshaw, while Jaylin Moffit was not far behind with a 94 (48-46).

Also for the ‘Cats, Sean Arnold fired a 51-47—98, followed by Sean Andolsek (52-48—100) and Marcus Mayhorn (62-65—127).

Willard was the next highest placing area team on Wednesday, finishing 11th. The Crimson Flashes (386) were paced by Kolin McKelvey (45-48—93), Trey Mock (52-44—96), Mitchell Carnahan (48-48—96), Will Lindenberger (53-48—101) and Michah Dawson (49-55—104).

For 15th place Bellevue (402), Garrett Vickery led the Redmen with a 45-49—94. He was followed by Hudson Strayer (49-49—98), Alex Martinez (49-54—103), Connor Rospert (55-52—107) and Layne Krupp (56-54—110).

Casey Fair shot an 89 (44-45) for Edison (18th), which totaled a 428. He was followed by Aden Hall (52-48—100), Noah Pulaski (57-59—116), Matthew Pounds (61-62—123) and Connor Betts (79-68—147).

 

St. Paul competes at Mapleton Invite

NOVA — St. Paul shot a 483 as a team at Wednesday’s Mapleton Invitational, played at Rolling Acres Golf Club in Nova.

Nathan Juby led the Flyers with a 49-42—91. He was followed by Luke Meyer (69-57—126), David Swope (67-66—133) and Logan Amato (71-62—133).

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