Greenville boys golf team places 7th at sectional tournament


By Kyle Shaner - kshaner@civitasmedia.com



SPRINGFIELD – The Greenville boys golf team finished seventh in an Ohio High School Athletic Association sectional tournament on Tuesday at Reid Park Golf Course to finish its season.

Greenville shot a 365 to finish seventh out of the 14 teams in the Division I sectional tournament.

Parker Allison led Greenville with an 18-hole round of 88. Also for the Green Wave, Jason Shields shot an 89, AJ Bowers shot a 94, Andrew Harshman shot a 94, and Logan Gonzalez shot a 104.

Beavercreek won the sectional tournament by shooting a 311. The Beavers advanced to the district tournament along with Bellefontaine with a 328, Troy with a 335 and Xenia with a 353.

Tippecanoe finished fifth with a 354, Bellbrook finished sixth with a 358, Greenville finished seventh with its 365, Springfield finished eighth with a 371, Tecumseh finished ninth with a 389, Fairborn finished 10th with a 392, Sidney finished 11th with a 396, Piqua finished 12th with a 402, Wilmington finished 13th with a 409, and Stebbins finished 14th with a 422.

Individually Springfield’s Lucas Wells with a 78, Tippecanoe’s Wyatt Wilson with an 82, Bellbrook’s Raif Foster with an 83 and Tippecanoe’s Bradley Calhoun with a 84 qualified for the district tournament.

Beavercreek’s Alex Flick shot an 18-hole round of 73 to win the sectional tournament.

For complete results from the sectional tournament, visit swdab.org.

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By Kyle Shaner

kshaner@civitasmedia.com

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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. For more features online go to advocate360.org or ‘like The Daily Advocate’ on Facebook by searching Advocate360.