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By Robbin Kiser



Kyle Shaner/Civitas MediaPiqua's Kyle Ingle watches an iron shot Friday at Beechwood Golf Course.
Kyle Shaner/Civitas MediaPiqua's Kyle Ingle watches an iron shot Friday at Beechwood Golf Course.
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The Piqua boys and girls golf teams competed in the GWOC pre-season tournament Friday at Beechwood Golf Course.


The Piqua boys finished 12th with a 366 total.


Kenton Kiser led the Indians with an 84.


Other Piqua scores included Derek Jennings 88, Kyle Ingle 93, Cole Greaser 101 and Brennan Hicks 101.


The Lady Indians finished 11th with a 496 total.


Piqua scores included Alaina Mikolajewski 108, Macey Pruitt 127, Cassidy Kraft 130, Sarah Ganger 131, Anna Klopfenstein 145 and Korren Evans 152.


Dean cards


38 for Cavs


The Lehman golf team finished second in a tri-match with Waynesfield-Goshen and Temple Christian.


Sam Dean was co-medalist with 38 for Lehman.


Other Cavalier scores were Rocco Cantanzarite 44, Tyler Lachey 45, Ryan Schmidt 47, Zack Scott 49, Tyler Scott 53.


Russia boys


take second


The Russia boys finished second in a tri-match.


Wapakoneta and Russia both shot 181, with Wapak winning the fifth-man tiebreaker. New Bremen was third with 203.


Russia’s top four were Zach Sherman 42, Luke Dapore 45, Connor Monnin 46, Gavin Hoying 48.


The Russia JV defeated Wapak 197-208.


Jack Dapore was medalist with a 46.


Russia was coming off a 152-164 loss to Minster at Stillwater Valley Golf Course.


Russia’s top four were Luke Dapore 37, Sherman 42, Jordan Kremer 42, Monnin 43 and Jonah Counts 43.


The Russia JV won 189-219.


Jack Dapore was medalist with 43.


Lady Raiders


beat Riverside


WEBSTER — The Russia girls golf team defeated Riverside 201-227 Friday at Stillwater Valley Golf Course.


Alicia George was medalist with a 49 and Maddie Borchers added a 50.


Other Russia scores were Corrina Francis 51, Lizzie Adams 51, Kara Barlage 52 and Lindsay Meyer 53.


Two card 35


at Echo Hills


Brian Robbins and Ron Pearson Jr. shared low gross honors in the Thursday Industrial League at Echo Hills with 35.


Tying for third with 36 were Brian Deal, Ryan Pearson and Kirt Huemmer.


Brad Erwin was low net with 30.


Sharing second with 31 were Hank Poff, Trent Karn and Kenneth Nelson Hostetter.


STANDINGS

Tim Hortons 63.5


Brownlee — Wray 61


Jenning’s Construction 60.5


Craycon Homes 56


MichaelWebSolutions.com 53.5


Huemmer Irrigation 51.5


A.R.M.S. Inc. 49.5


Gisco 48


Mulligan’s Pub 47.5


Hemm’s Glass 46


Bing’s 43


Paul Sherry Chrysler 40


Pearson cards


34 at Echo


Ron Pearson Jr. was low gross with 34 in the Wednesday Industrial League at Echo Hills.


Tying for second with 38 were Ashley Johnson, Brian Robbins and Mike Ford.


Dave DiPace was low net with 35.


Tying for second with 32 were Doug Morris, Kelly Hostetter and Andy Hildreth.


STANDINGS

Patriot Fence 59.5


3 11 DRAFTHOUSE 54


Joe Thoma Jewelers 51


Palmer Bolt & Supply Co. 49.5


Hollywood Knights 49.5


3 Bros & The “Law” 44.5


Murray Properties 43.5


Smitty’s Bike Shop 42


Dr. Steve Koon Optometrist 40


Francis Office Supply 33.5


Long Shots 33.5


Survivors 26.5


Trio cards 42


at Echo Hills


The team of Judy Williams, Clara Sowry and Sue Dougherty took first with 42 in the Tuesday Ladies League 1 best ball tournament at Echo Hills.


Taking second with 43 were Kathie Isenhouer, Rosalie Snipes and Marty Hemm.


Isenhouer was low gross with 44 and Cindy Pearson was second with 51.


Williams was low net with 37, while Snipes and Hemm tied for second with 39.


Sowry was low putts with 13 and Sandy Finkes was second with 14.


Bradford seeks


football coach


Bradford is looking for a varsity football coach.


Interested applicants should submit cover letter, resume and at least three references to Dusty Yingst, Athletic Director, dusty_yingst@darke.k12.oh.us or 750 Railroad Ave, Bradford, Ohio 45308. Phone (937) 448-6575.


Application deadline is Aug. 14.


Mom’s Club


doing painting


The Piqua Football Mom’s Club is currenty taking orders for driveway/sidewalk Indian Heads.


New ones are $25 and touchups are $15.


For more information, contact Andy Hall at (937) 570-9640 or Kelli Meckstroth at (937) 214-3988.


Lehman offers


junior cheerleading


The Lehman High School cheerleaders will be offering the Junior Cavs Cheerleading Program for girls in grades K-6.


There will be a one-day clinic on Aug. 23 from 9 a.m.-noon; along with the opportunity to perform at Sidney’s Applefest Parade on Sept. 6 and at Lehman’s home football game on Oct. 11.


The cost is $35, which includes summer camp fee, a Junior Cavs t-shirt, Applefest parade entry and game admission to the Lehman football game.


For more info, email melissasafreed@woh.rr.com or ethobe@sidney-ymca.org


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