Wahama 3rd at Meigs GC


By Scott Jones - sjones@aimmediamidwest.com



Wahama junior Khyer Bush attempts a putt during a match on August 2 at Riverside Golf Course in Mason County.

Wahama junior Khyer Bush attempts a putt during a match on August 2 at Riverside Golf Course in Mason County.


Scott Jones|OVP Sports

POMEROY, Ohio — The Eagles set a course to victory.

The Eastern golf team claimed a 30-stroke win to cruise to victory in a Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division match at Meigs Golf Course on Thursday.

EHS posted a total of 164 in the play-six, count-four format. Miller was second with a total of 194, three shots ahead of third place Wahama.

Federal Hocking followed in fourth with a total of 200. Playing with only three golfers, Trimble combined for a total of 183, but did not have enough golfers to finish the day with a team tally.

Leading the way for the Eagles was Josiah Brewer who posted a 39. Next for Eastern were Ryan Harbour and John Harris at 40 and 41 apiece, respectively. Kylee Tolliver followed at 44, while Nick Durst’s 50 and Ethan Short’s 51 were non-counting scores for the Green, White and Gold.

For the White Falcons, Ethan Mitchell led the way with a 43, while Gage Smith followed at 48. Mattie Ohlinger was next at 53, while Casey Greer posted a 53. Khyer Bush’s 58 and Jayvin Roush’s 60 were non-counting scores for Wahama.

Both programs return to action on Tuesday as EHS travels to Federal Hocking, while the White Falcons host a match at Riverside Golf Course in Mason County.

Wahama junior Khyer Bush attempts a putt during a match on August 2 at Riverside Golf Course in Mason County.
https://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2018/09/web1_9.9-WHS-Bush.jpgWahama junior Khyer Bush attempts a putt during a match on August 2 at Riverside Golf Course in Mason County. Scott Jones|OVP Sports

By Scott Jones

sjones@aimmediamidwest.com

Scott Jones can be reached at 740-446-2342, ext 2106.

Scott Jones can be reached at 740-446-2342, ext 2106.