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September 4, 2013
POMEROY, Ohio — Best in the county.
The Meigs golf team proved it was Meigs County’s best Tuesday night as the Marauders defeated Southern and Eastern in a non-conference tri-match at the Meigs County Golf Course.
The Marauders fired a 178 in the play six, count four format, while the Tornadoes were runner-up with a 190 and the Eagles took third with a 197.
MHS junior David Davis was match medalist with a career best round of 39, five over par for the course. Taylor Rowe finished second for the victors with a total of 42, followed by Mitchell Metts with a 48 and Darrin Will with a 49. Evan George, who shot a 51, and Austin Hennington, who shot a 54, also played but did not effect the MHS total.
The Tornadoes were paced by Jacob Hoback’s 43, while Tanner Roush marked a 47 and Crew Warden marked a 49. Ryan Shenkelberg rounded out the SHS total with a round of 51. Bradley McCoy fired a 52, while Tanner Thorla posted a 53 in non-counting efforts.
David Warned led the Eagles with a 41 on the day, followed by Josh Parker with a 45 and Tyler Hensley with a 55. There was a tie for the fourth score between Jack Kuhn and Zach Connolly, who each shot 56, whole Dustin Frost fired a 57 in a non-counting effort.