Marauders win third staight TVC-Ohio match at MCGC
by Alex Hawley email@example.com
POMEROY, Ohio — Two-thirds of the way through and the The Marauders lead keeps widening.
The Meigs boys golf team earned its third consecutive Tri-Valley Conference Ohio Division win Thursday night, firing a 168 at the Meigs County Golf Course to top the field by 22 strokes.
Second overall was Vinton County with a 190 and a tie-breaker win over Wellston. The Golden Rockets also fired a 190 but the Vikings fifth score was better. Alexander finished with a 191 in fourth place, while Athens was fifth with a 201. Nelsonville-York was unable to make it to the match and was force to forfeit.Taylor Rowe of Meigs and Michael Frame of Athens were named co-medalists after each firing a four-over par 38.
Rowe’s 38 paced Meigs, while David Davis and Evan George each carded 43s. Derik Hill rounded out the Meigs total with a 44. Trenton Cook with a 49 and Darrin Will with a 56 also competed for the Marauders but did not add to the team total.
Vinton County was led by Daniel Barnes, who fired a 46, while Alec Boothe had a 47 and David Allen marked a 48. Alex Dixon rounded out the Vikings total with a 49, while Austin Ward won the tie breaker for VCHS with a 52. Tyler Barnett fired a 55 in a non-contributing effort for Vinton County.
Wellston was third led by Dakota Riegal with a 44, followed by Hunter Riepenhoff and Dustin Downard, who each carded 47s. Blake Royster’s 52 rounded out the Golden Rockets total, while Ken LeMaster (61) and Dakota Martin (69) each played but didn’t count toward the team total.
Bryce Jeffers marked a 44 to lead the Spartans, while Johnny Rupp posted a 47. Joe LaRosa and Kyle Holt each fired 50s to round out the AHS total. Blake Lindner (52) and Casey McDonald (80) also played but did not contribute to the Spartans’ total.
Frame’s 38 led the Bulldogs, followed by Jordan Dean with a 52, Ryan McCarthy with a 54 and Zach Howman with a 57. Zach Shriver (63) and Elijah McClean (71) also played but did not effect the team total.
Meigs remains in the drivers seat of the league with a 17-3 record. VCHS is second at 13-7, Wellston is third at 12-8, while Athens is fourth at 10-10. The Spartans are now 5-15 and in fifth place, while the Buckeyes hold down the sixth spot at 2-18.
There are just two TVC-Ohio matches left this season, the next one is on September 9th, at Wellston.
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