GLOUSTER, Ohio — Once again, the Wahama White Falcon golf team played just well enough to pull out a couple of important TVC matches at the Forest Hills Golf Course.
Wahama did lose a non conference match against Waterford High School. This quad match was played using the play six, count four format. The final totals were as follows : Waterford 159, Wahama 165, Trimble 167, and Miller 191.
Waterford also picked up two conference wins to remain one game ahead of Wahama for second place in the Hocking division of the TVC.
Wahama’s two victories came about from some balanced scoring. Samuel Gordon, who continues to play well, led the White Falcons in scoring with a 38. Freshman Nathan Redman, making only his fourth varsity start of the year, followed Samuel with a good score of 41 for the match.
Dakota Sisk and Michael Mac Knight both struggled a bit, but hung in there to shoot matching 43’s to add to Wahama’s final total. Michael Hendricks shot a 44 and Preston Hudnall had a 55, but their scores were not included in the final total.
Waterford, the overall match winner, was led once again by Brandyn Offenberger who carded a medalist winning effort of 36. Brent Ginther followed with a 39 while both Cameron Bosner and Montana Brooker both shot 42 to make up the final tally for Waterford. The 44 shot by Randee Seevers and the 54 from Isaac Trader were not counted in the teams final total.
Trimble, who came oh so close to upsetting Wahama, was led in scoring by a pair of 39’s shot by Kyle Russell and Brayton Hazen. Bryce Guthrie’s 43 along with a 46 shot by both Nick Smith and Jeff Andrews accounted for the final Trimble total. Cole Shifflet also played for Trimble, but his score was not part of the final score.
Five of the six Miller players broke 50 for the match showing that their efforts are improving as the year progresses. Austin Doughty posted a 43 to lead his team. Dokata McGill added a 44. Shawn Hayes carded a 46 and Chris Gamble shot 48 to account for the scores that counted in the final score for Miller. The 49 scored by Brandon Davis and the 53 from Justin Parker were not part of the team total.