Batavia and Bethel-Tate lead SBC Tournament

September 22nd, 2006    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

Batavia’s golfers have been dominating their opponents all season. The Bulldogs are 20-1 sporting a 152-153 team average per nine holes.

Coach Brett Harris is himself a former standout golfer for the Green and White having graduated in 2002. He said, “They’re playing really well.”

Senior Tyler Hawk is averaging a 37.2, senior Billy Braselton 37.8, senior Erik Hughes 40, junior Brent Braselton 41, and junior Derek Boggs 41.

“They’re working extremely hard. A lot of their success is because they played a lot of golf over the summer. I expect us to keep playing well throughout the season,” Harris said.

Batavia 161 Finneytown 176 Purcell Marian 201

The Bulldogs’ Tyler Hawk and Braselton both shot 39 on the par 36 front nine at Elk’s Run.

Batavia 150 Cincinnati Country Day 166 Bethel-Tate 171

The Green and White’s Derek Boggs was the medalist with a par 36 on the back nine at Deer Track.

Batavia 141 Mariemont 173

In another impressively low score, Tyler Hawk was the medalist with a two-under par 33 on the back nine at Deer Track. Brad Baselton shot a 35, Derek Boggs 36 and Bill Braselton 37 for Batavia.

Batavia 156 Loveland 164

The winners’ Hawk and Braselton shared the honor of being medalist with a one-over 37 on the front nine at Elks Run.

Batavia 154 Madeira 155 Roger Bacon 159

The victors’ Brent Braselton earned medalist honors with a one-over 36 on the front nine at Camargo.

Southern Buckeye Conference National Division Tournament (Round One)

Batavia leads the five-meet tourney with 155, Georgetown 179, Felicity 196, Blanchester 202, and East Clinton 203. The Bulldogs’ Boggs and Hawk were co-medalists on their home course of Elks Run with a one-over 37 on the front nine. Teammate Braselton shot a 38.

Southern Buckeye Conference American Division Tournament (Round One)

Bethel-Tate leads after the first of five nine-hole rounds with 168, Western Brown 179, Goshen 180, Clermont Northeastern 203, New Richmond 212. P. J. Canter of Bethel was the medalist with a two-over 38 on the front nine at Friendly Meadows, the Tigers’ home course.

Amelia 158 Glen Este 175

The Barons’ Eric Fedus stroked a par 36 on the front nine at Lindale.

Amelia 161 Walnut Hills 189

The Blue and White’s Fedus was medalist with a two-over par 37 on the front nine at Reeves.

Amelia 151 Glen Este 170

Fedus paced the Barons with a medalist score of an even 35 on the front nine at Lindale. Teammate Ahren Kirschner shot a 36.

Bethel-Tate 164 Western Brown 166

The Tigers’ Canter was co-medalist with a two-over par 38 on the front nine at Friendly Meadows. Teammate Tommy Galea shot a 39. The victory handed the Broncos their first loss for the season.

Bethel-Tate 161 Western Brown 162 Clermont Northeastern 191

Bethel’s Quenton Simpson and CNE’s Travis Powell shared medalist honors with a three-over par 38 on the back nine at White Oak.

Bethel-Tate 164 Goshen 182

The triumphants’ Luke Parker was medalist by stroking a three-over 39 on the front nine at Deer Track. Goshen’s Kevin Hornsby putted a 40.

New Richmond 168 Felicity 171

The Lions’ Rusty Simmons was medalist with a five-over 39 on the front nine at The Pines.

New Richmond 168 Felicity 180

The Red and Black’s Simmons was the medalist with a two-over 37 on the front nine at Glendale.

Sycamore 148 Milford 166

This contest took place at Glenview East.

Milford 165 Hamilton 176

The Eagles’ Kyle Jones was medalist with a two-ver par 38 on the front nine at Twin Run. Teammate Jeremy Nichols stroked a 39.

Anderson 190 Glen Este 201

This battle was played at Ivy Hills.

Talawanda 156 Goshen 190

This match took place on the front nine at Indian Ridge.

Talawanda 160 Goshen 174

The Red Gray’s Hornsby was the medalist with a one-under 34 on the back nine at Deer Track.

Little Miami 174 Goshen 203

This round was played on the back nine at Bell-Wood.

GIRLS GOLF

Glen Este 213 Indian Hill 231

The Trojans’ Lacey Smith took home medalist honors with an 11-over 46 on the front nine at Eagles’ Nest. This victory was the first of the season for the Purple and White.

Colerain 168 Milford 197 Indian Hill 216 Glen Este 245

This match took place at White Oak.

Miamisburg 159 Mason 163 Glen Este 225 Northwest 227

This match took place at Pleasant Hill.

Mariemont 206 Glen Este 245

This contest took place at Lindale.

Wyoming 201 Milford 226

This match took place at Wyoming.

Sycamore 183 Milford 192 Lakota East 194 Northwest 227

Jacqueline Toth paced the E-Gals with a seven-over par 43 at Glenview

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