Meigs wins girls golf quad match

JACKSON, Ohio — Amid a rainy and dreary Monday in Southeastern Ohio, the Meigs High School girls golf team captured a triangular match at Franklin Valley Golf Club.

The Lady Marauders shot a team total of 203, while Eastern amounted a 215 and host Vinton County a 226.

The top four scores counted towards the team total, as Meigs sported six golfers, Eastern four and the Lady Vikings 11.

Outside of Vinton County’s top four, all of the other Vikings shot 61 or higher.

The Lady Marauders were paced by Lydia Edwards with a 47, as she shared match medalist honors with Kylee Tolliver of Eastern.

Caitlin Cotterill followed Edwards with a 49, while Meigs’ other two counting scores were Shalynn Mitchell with a 53 and Mikayla Radcliffe with a 54.

The Lady Marauders’ two non-counting cards were Kylee Robinson with a 55 and Shelby Whaley with a 59.

Besides Tolliver, Eastern’s other scores were Katelyn Hawk with a 50, Jasmine Brewer with a 56 and Autumn Honaker with a 62.

Vinton County’s counting cards were Belle Lambert with a 55, Olivia Caudill with a 56, Kendall Fee with a 57 and Alisha Keeney with a 58.

There was also a junior-varsity boys quadrangular match on Monday, featuring the three Meigs County clubs and host Vinton County.

The Marauders won that contest as well, firing a team total of 196.

Eastern shot a 207, Southern a 220 and Vinton County a 230.

Each of the Meigs County teams had a medalist representative — Nathan Hensley of Eastern, Landen Hill of Southern and Bailey Jones of Meigs.

Each player shot a 47, as the Marauders fielded eight golfers, Vinton County six, Eastern five and Southern four.

Besides Jones’ 47, Meigs’ counting scores were a 48 by Caleb Stanley, a 50 from Theo McElroy and a 51 from Dawson Justice.

The Marauders’ non-counting cards were a 53 from Austin Mahr, a 58 by Gus Kennedy, a 61 by Trenton Peacock and a 64 by Griffin Buck.

Eastern’s other scores were a pair of 51s from Nick Durst and Garrett Rees, and Primo Averion adding a 58.

For Southern, in addition to Hill, Joey Weaver with a 48, David Shaver with a 61 and Clayton Wamsley with a 64 were the other cards.

For Vinton County, Ricky Bode and Owen Salyer led the way with a 54 and 55 respectively, followed by Brock Hamon with a 60, Jordan Reigh with a 61 and Zane Walker with a 62.

By Paul Boggs

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