Last updated: September 17. 2013 2:03PM - 962 Views
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RAVENSWOOD, W.Va. —Four low rounds by the Wildcats earned Waterford a Tri-Valley Conference Hocking Division victory Monday night at Greenhills Country Club.


Waterford posted a 174, while Southern was second with a 202 and South Gallia was third with a 208.


The Wildcats were led by match medalist Brent Ginther with a round of 40. Cameron Bosner and Jordan Welch both fired rounds of 44 for Waterford, while Josh Stewart rounded out the victors total with a 46. Randee Seevers with a 49 and Alex Branhan with a 59 also played but did not contribute to the WHS total.


The Tornadoes were led by Ryan Shenkelberg with a 46, followed by Tanner Roush with a 50 and Jacob Hoback with a 52. Bradley McCoy rounded out the SHS total with a 54. Crew Warden with a 55 and Tanner Thorla with a 66 also played but did not contribute to the team total.


Gus Slone led the Rebels with a 42, followed by Ethan Swain with a 51 and Cuyler Mills with a 54. Chris Brumfield rounded out the SGHS total with a 61. Tristin Davis fired a 62 and Caitlyn Vanscoy marked a 63 in non-counting efforts for South Gallia.


The Tornadoes are coming off of last Wednesday’s tri-match victory over Meigs and Eastern at the Meigs County Golf Course. Southern fired a 200, followed by Meigs with a 203 and Eastern with a 234. Eagles senior David Warner was medalist with a 45.

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