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Tallmadge boys golfers fall to Wadsworth

Published: October 2, 2016 12:00 AM

Staff report

The Tallmadge boys golf team finished seventh with a score of 392 in the seven-team American Conference at the Suburban League Postseason Tournament Sept. 29 at J.E. Good Park Golf Course in Akron.

Copley won the competition with a score of 317. Kent Roosevelt took second with a 321 and Highland placed third (322).

Tallmadge finished sixth with seven points in the overall standings. Highland won the overall title with 54 points and Copley (47) and Revere (37) placed second and third, respectively.

Copley's J.T. Forster was the medalist with a 71. Austin Moore led the blue Devils with a career-best 91.

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Noah Bowser was next for Tallmadge with a 93. Rounding out the team scoring were Brandon Gray (102) and Jake Reifsnyder (106).

Wadsworth earned a 169-201 victory over the Blue Devils in a Suburban League crossover match Sept. 27 at Barberton Brookside Country Club in Norton.

With the loss, Tallmadge finished 3-8 on the season.

Matt Moore and Justin Vaughan each shot a 40 to earn medalist honors for the Grizzlies.

Bowser led the Blue Devils with a 45. Rounding out the team scoring for were Moore (50), Gray (53) and Liam Tokash (53).

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Aurora earned a 185-198 victory over Tallmadge in an American Conference showdown Sept. 22 at Club Walden in Aurora. The Blue Devils finished 1-5 in the conference.

Jack Schroeder shot a 42 to earn medalist honors for the Greenmen.

Bowser and Moore each shot a 48 to lead Tallmadge. Also contributing to the team score with rounds of 51 were Jake Pallotta and Reifsnyder.

The Blue Devils are scheduled to compete in Division I sectional play Oct. 3 at Barberton Brookside Country Club in Norton. Play is set to begin at 8:30 a.m.

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