Beaver goes to 16-0
CALCUTTA — Beaver Local’s boys golf team moved to 16-0 by downing Lisbon 148-185 on Wednesday at Beaver Meadows.
For the Beavers, Sky Pappas had a 36, Cruz Ward 37, Tim McGeehan 37 and Luke Eyster 38.
For Lisbon (9-4), Bubba Craig posted a 40, Jeremy Bricker 47, Bobby Harris 49 and Kyle Rohn 49.
Beaver Local hosts Toronto today at Beaver Meadows. Lisbon is at the Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference tournament today at Salem Hills.
Carrollton 162, Salem 203
CARROLLTON — One day after winning the Eastern Buckeye Conference boys golf championship, Carrollton kept it going Wednesday.
The Warriors topped Salem, 162-203, at Carroll Meadows.
Carrollton was led by Jackson Rinkes with a 39, John Birong 40, Jimmy Birong 41, Colton Moore 42.
Salem drops to 2-8 overall and 1-8 in the EBC.
For the Quakers, Dylan Ulrich had a 46, Lane Rhodes 51, Nick Colbert 51 and Carter Reid 55.
Minerva 206, Salem 226
EAST CANTON — Three-time state placer Jordan Van Meter shot a 38 to lead the Minerva girls past Salem, 206-226, Wednesday at Clearview Golf Club.
Backing her for the Lions were Danielle Weiss with a 52, Megan Keister 53 and Sadie Blum 63.
For Salem (8-7), Kelly Hutton had a 46, Lexi Miller 59, Paige Bailey 59 and Sloan Rudibaugh 62.
Columbiana 180, Ursuline 184
YOUNGSTOWN — Columbiana’s girls golf team beat Ursuline 180-184 in a match shortened by storms Wednesday at Stambaugh.
The final group did not finish and it was scored as an eight-hole match.
For the Clippers, Morgan Dunlap had a 47, Jessica Himes 47 and EmmaRae Foy 54.
Erika Hankovich had a 50 for Ursuline.
Columbiana will play in the Terlesky Invitational on Monday.
South Range 166, Ursuline 183
BOARDMAN — South Range’s golf team downed Ursuline 166-183 on Wednesday at Mill Creek North.
For the Raiders, Kaiden Sykes had a 3, Garrett Sheeets 42, Gavin Batdorff 41 and Phillip Naples 48.
Nicco Sabella had a 43 for the Irish.
Jackson-Milton shot a 170 to top Lowellville (190) and Sebring (246) on Tuesday.
For Sebring, Cayden Barker had a 58, Gauge Barker 60, Camden Green 61 and Tommy Warrick 67.