Sara Scavuzzo was medalist after tying her personal best with a 46. Catherine Juby shot her personal best 49, followed by Miller Hosack (49). Tori Pocos, Kaitlynn Olak, and Regan Olak rounded out the efforts.
“We could’ve went low today, but we are working on a few swing issues with some of the girls and those changes take time to take hold,” St. Paul coach Tacy Bond said. “Hopefully we’ll be turning the corner to some more consistent scoring. We definitely have the talent, we just need to piece it all together.”
Flyers fall in non-league tri
CATAWBA ISLAND — The St. Paul boys golf team shot a 244 on Wednesday, finishing behind host Port Clinton (205) and Huron (220) at the Catawba Island Club golf course.
For St. Paul, Jackson Cook led the Flyers with a 55. He was followed by Nathan Juby (60), David Swope (61), Logan Amato (68) and Luke Meyer (73).
Willard 168, Edison 176
HURON — The Crimson Flashes edged host Edison in Wednesday’s SBC Bay division match at Thunderbird South.
Kolin McKelvey was low scorer with a 40 for Willard, while both Trey Mock and Micah Dawson shot 41s. Will LIndenberger added a 46, while Ian Brown had a 47 and Mitchell Carnahan added a 50.
For Edison, Casey Fair was medalist of the match with a 38, while Aden Hall also added a 40. Also for the Chargers, Noah Pulaski had a 44, while Conner Betters had a 54. Also scoring for Edison was Matthew Pound (56) and Cole Manning (64).
Edison 5, Calvert 0
TIFFIN — The Chargers (6-1, 3-0) kept pace with Willard atop the SBC Bay division with Wednesday’s sweep over the Senecas.
At first singles, Mariah Medina beat Devyn Warnament (6-2, 6-3), while Jayla Medina topped Bri Coleman at No. 2 singles (6-1, 6-0). Emily Vogus had a default walk-over win at third singles.
At first doubles, the team of Kaylee Ries and Torri Keyser beat Maria welter and Kara Brodman in a sweep (6-0, 6-0). At No. 2 doubles, it was Lexi Weyer and Emily Moore over Hannah Welter and Victoria Ardner (6-4, 6-0).
Edison 3, Willard 0
MILAN — The Chargers blanked visiting Willard in Wednesday’s SBC Bay matchup.
Scoring goals for the Chargers were Ian Janssen, who scored twice, and Jacob Lombardi. Dylan O’Dell and Anferney DeLeon each added an assist.
New London sweeps Plymouth XC Invite
PLYMOUTH — The New London boys and girls cross country teams dominated the seven-team fields of Tuesday’s Plymouth Invitational at Mary Fate Park.
In the boys race, the Wildcats finished with 36 points to finish ahead of Crestview (49).
Curtis Joppeck (11:13:11) was fourth overall in the 67-runner two-mile race. Dominic Albaugh was just behind him in fifth at 11:18.06.
Also scoring for New London, was Caleb Good (8th, 11:37.42), Tyler Twining (9th, 11:41.66), Cole Kropka (10th, 11:43.02), Mitchell Joppeck (11th, 11:47.87), Braeden Geist (15th, 12:05.25) and Aaron Reed (22nd, 12:43.18).
For host Plymouth, Levi Robinson was third overall in 11:10.23. Nick Bowser was 21st (12:41.42), followed by Michael Collins (23rd, 12:52.50), Seth Dachenhaus (35th, 13:25.33) and Landon Blankenship (37th, 13:36.86).
New London scored 20 points to win the girls race going away, as it finished with the top four runners in the 39-runner field.
Gabrielle Osterland won the race in 13:39, while Abigail Good was second in 13:43. Finishing third was Savannah Shaver (13:47), and Dana Gustely was fourth (13:55).
Also for the NL girls, Esther Schmidt was 11th (15:27), Isabelle Osterland (15:55) was 14th and Isabel Rivera (16:31) was 18th.
Plymouth’s top finisher was Olivia Fidler (15:15) in ninth overall, while Eliza Redden (16:03) was 15th and Gracie Roberts (16:32) was 19th.