|WF GIRLS & UNIOTO BOYS BOTH START 2019 WITH GREAT SUCCESS
|Lady Mustangs win at McClain
|Unioto takes second place in 10-team field at Buckeye Hills
Expectations are extremely high for this year's WF Lady
Mustangs, and the team showed why in their first match of
the season. Westfall carded a team total of 354 as they
dominated the field. Second place West Union finished
well back at 432.
Sophomore Maddi Shoults led the way with her medalist
round of 75. Teammate Ella Seeley shot an 81, and
Elizabeth Hart and Emily Cook both shot 99. Maddie Cook
was also in action for WF with a score of 101.
Unioto's Ty Schobelock carded a medalist round of 76 Tuesday at Buckeye
Hills as Unioto finished in second place. Schobelock is the returning Player
of the Year in the SVC, and he and his team (last year's league champions)
are both strong favorites to repeat in 2019.
|Shoults goes well under par to pace
Lady Mustangs to second-place finish
Westfall took part in Thursday's Madison Plains Invite at Locust Hills, and Maddi Shoults enjoyed a nice day on the
course. The sophomore took medalist honors in the nine-hole event with an incredible six-under round of 30. The round
helped Westfall challenge a very good Teays Valley team. In the end, Teays Valley (161) was two shots better than
Westfall (163). Completing the scoring for Westfall was Ella Seeley (40), Emily Cook (46), Elizabeth Hart (47), Maddie
Cook (48), and Makayla Bryant (56).
|WF BOYS START SEASON AT CIRCLEVILLE INVTE
The Mustangs finished 8th against a tough field in their first action of 2019.
No individual scores were given to the website, but playing for the Mustangs
included Jack Latham (junior), Parker Thornton (senior), Jose Kern ( junior),
and Hayden Ailing (junior).
|TANKS TOP THE FIELD AT MILITARY VETS APPRECIATION GOLF TOURNAMENT
V.A. Forest E. Everhart Memorial Golf Course
Ty Schobelock of Unioto scorched the course and the field on Saturday. The senior carded a 65 to easily win medalist honors and help
Unioto to the team title. The seven-under round for Schobelock was one stroke off the 2001 record round of 2001 by Unioto’s Nick
Breeden. Unioto posted a winning team total of 323.
Southeastern’s Joel Richendollar was the runner-up medalist with a 75. This round led Southeastern to the team runner-up finish with a
score of 358. The Panthers were just one stroke better than Westfall and McClain, but the Mustangs were able to claim third due to the fifth-
player tiebreaker score. Vinton County, Jackson, and Gallia Academy rounded out the field.
|SCHOBELOCK'S 65 MORE THAN ENOUGH TO TAKE INDIVIDUAL TITLE
|GIRLS: Westfall Invite at Crown Hill Golf Course
|Teays Valley 168
Bloom Carroll 183
Gallia Academy 203
Fairfield Union 225
Vinton County 250
ZT played 3 players
Madison Plains played 2 players
Maddi Shoults 35 (Medalist)
Ella Seeley 44
Elizabeth Hart 46
Emily Cook 45
Maddy Cook 52
Makayla Bryant 60
|Tuesday, August 13th - Practice Round (Crown Hill Golf Course)
Monday, August 19th at Crown Hill the SVC golf league will begin
play with SVC Match #1. To prepare for that key match, the league
competed at Crown Hill on Tuesday night.
Piketon shot a 171 to win the match. Ty Schobelock carded a 37 to
earn medalist honors.
|Piketon 171 (Denzel Endicott 40)
Unioto 176 (Ty Schobelock 37)
Southeastern 192 (Joel Richendollar 41)
Zane Trace 197 (Nate Roy 45)
Westfall 215 (Jack Latham 43)
Paint Valley 235 (Kameron Reed 49)
Adena 244 (Davis Kerns 55)
Huntington (no team score)
|Unioto 173, Washington CH 203, Miami Trace 239 . . . Ty Schobelock medals with a 37
|BOYS (Wednesday Nonleague)
Gallia Academy 198
Cliffside Golf Course
Maddi Shoutls 36 (Medalist), Ella Seeley 46, Elizabeth Hart 46,
Emily Cook 51, Maddie Cook 54, Makayla Bryant 62