Special Olympics golfers bring home medals


Provided photo Volunteer Harry Bashore and Matt Hickman competed in the Ohio Special Olympics Golf Tournament on September 17 at Meadow Links & Golf Academy in Cincinnati. The pair was one of seven sets to compete at State. The pair earned a bronze medal.

Provided photo Volunteer Harry Bashore and Matt Hickman competed in the Ohio Special Olympics Golf Tournament on September 17 at Meadow Links & Golf Academy in Cincinnati. The pair was one of seven sets to compete at State. The pair earned a bronze medal.


CINCINNATI — Miami County Magic golfers competed at the Ohio Special Olympics Golf Tournament at Meadow Links & Golf Academy in Cincinnati on Tuesday, Sept. 17.

Special Olympics golf athletes are paired with a volunteer partner for competition throughout the season. Partner teams must qualify for the state tournament by competing in regional tournaments. This year’s Miami County Magic golf pairs included the following teams: Michael Sorauf and Julie Williams, and Tyler Hadlock and Doug Snipes (both pairs won gold medals at state); Bailey Buck and Joy Starry (won a silver medal at state); and Larry Schide and Ed Hatem, Matt Hickman and Harry Bashore, Tommy Cramer and Randy Miller, Jamie Campbell and Mark Nagley (all won bronze medals at state).

Miami County Special Olympics is a program of the Miami County Board of Developmental Disabilities (Riverside). To learn more about Riverside, Miami County Special Olympics or for information about volunteering, visit www.riversidedd.org.

Provided photo Volunteer Harry Bashore and Matt Hickman competed in the Ohio Special Olympics Golf Tournament on September 17 at Meadow Links & Golf Academy in Cincinnati. The pair was one of seven sets to compete at State. The pair earned a bronze medal.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2019/09/web1_MCMAgic.jpgProvided photo Volunteer Harry Bashore and Matt Hickman competed in the Ohio Special Olympics Golf Tournament on September 17 at Meadow Links & Golf Academy in Cincinnati. The pair was one of seven sets to compete at State. The pair earned a bronze medal.