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Tallmadge golf news

Published: October 9, 2016 12:00 AM
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Boys place 16th on

links at sectional

The Tallmadge boys golf team concluded its season at Division I sectional play Oct. 3 at Barberton Brookside Country Club in Norton.

The Blue Devils finished 16th out of 17 teams with a score of 417.

Highland won the competition with a score of 321. Rounding out the top four were Brunswick (323), Wooster (327) and Akron Archbishop Hoban (328). The top four teams qualified for district play.

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Brunswick's Evan Gary and Highland's David Laib each shot a 76 to share medalist honors.

Noah Bowser led Tallmadge with a score of 95. Also contributing to the Blue Devils' team score were senior Austin Moore (103), Liam Tokash (107) and Brandon Gray (112).

Moore and fellow senior Jake Pallotta, who was unable to play because of an injury, concluded their careers with Tallmadge.

"Thanks to Austin and Jake for providing leadership and guidance to a very young and extremely inexperienced team," Blue Devils head coach Jon Shomo said. "They did a superb job."

 

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Girls' season ends at Ellsworth Meadows

The Tallmadge girls golf team's season came to an end Oct. 4.

The Lady Blue Devils finished 14th out of 14 scoring teams with a score of 507 at Division I sectional play at Ellsworth Meadows Golf Club in Hudson.

The top four teams qualified to the district competition.

Walsh Jesuit won the sectional title with a score of 329. Walsh's Shelby Lewis earned medalist honors with a 67.

Also qualifying were Solon (341), Shaker Heights Hathaway Brown (343) and Brecksville-Broadview Heights (375).

Freshman Lizzie Bickar led the Lady Blue Devils with a score of 110. Other players who contributed to Tallmadge's team score were sophomores Monica Cahill (120), Marissa Graham (127) and Meah Dixon (138). Also playing for Tallmadge was junior Paige Schultz (188).


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