Greenville boys golf team finishes 9th in its Greenville Invitational


GREENVILLE – The Greenville boys golf team finished ninth at its own Greenville Invitational on Thursday at Turtle Creek Golf Course.

Beavercreek shot a 327 to win the team championship in the 12-team invitational. Troy finished second with a 333, Fairfield was third with a 339, Amherst-Steele placed fourth with a 340, Northmont was fifth with a 351, and Tippecanoe finished sixth with a 355.

Van Wert finished seventh with a 375, Sidney was eighth with a 402, Greenville finished ninth with a 405, Piqua was 10th with a 430, Covington placed 11th with a 446, and Bradford finished 12th with a 563.

Beavercreek’s Alex Flick was the tournament medalist after he defeated Troy’s Holden Scribner in a playoff. Both golfers shot a 77 for the 18-hole round. Troy’s Nate Uhlenbrock finished third overall with a 78 while Covington’s Andrew Slusher and Beavercreek’s Josh Sutton tied for fourth with a 79.

Andrew Kiryluk led Greenville with a round of 92. Also for the Green Wave, Connor Null shot a 100, Matt Hounshell shot a 105, Bryan Day shot a 109, Evan Saylor shot a 109, and Clayton Klosterman shot a 123.

Hayden Dickerson led Bradford with a round of 95. Also for the Railroaders, Eric Sanders shot a 135, Brayden Sanders shot a 163, and Jenn Wolf shot a 170.

Greenville Invitational

1. Beavercreek 327

2. Troy 333

3. Fairfield 339

4. Amherst-Steele 340

5. Northmont 351

6. Tipp City 355

7. Van Wert 375

8. Sidney 402

9. Greenville 405

10. Piqua 430

11. Covington 446

12. Bradford 563

By Kyle Shaner

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Kyle Shaner may be reached at 937-569-4316. Follow me on Twitter @KShanerAdvocate or get updates on Facebook by searching Darke County Sports or Advocate 360. For more features online go to

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