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Medalist Ben Miller (S) with an eight-over 43 at Sharon Woods. Others:Gulla(C) 47. Records: S 1-1, C 0-1.

Bethel-Tate 337, c:w.-rt NE 359 Medalist Ryan Stober (B) with an eight-over 79 at lord's Valley. Records: B 1-0, C0-1.

Springboro 147, Lemort-Monroe 200 Medalist Clouse (S) shot three-under 33 on front nine of Pleasent Hill. Records: s 1-0, M 0-1.

Princeton lmibtioaal At GlenYiew West 111111 South Team Alii Its: Wyoming 309, L'lkota West 309, Oak Hills 315, L'lSalle 316, Hamilton 320, L'lkota East321, Fairfield (White) 321, Middletown 329, Mason 331, Indian Hill 332, Anderson 334, Princeton 335, Sycamore 338, loveland 342, Turpin 346, Noithwest354, Harrison 365, Madeira 374, Glen Este 431 Medalist McKimm (W) with a one-under-par 71. Others: McQueen (lW) 75, Summe (L'lS.) 75, Anderson (And.) 76, Crist (Mid.) 76, Foster (P) 76, Eupure (N) 77, Faulkner (S) 77, Hodges (Ham.) 77, L'lnham (lW) 77, Brosman (L'lS.) 78, Snyder (W) 78, Kuehao (Har.) 78, Dwyer (OH) 78, Tumer (OH) 78, Barnell (And.) 78, Day (L'lS.) 78.

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At Rod ToU Golf Club , TNm Allllts: Hudson 303, Moeller 306, Upper Mlngton 316, Dublin Coffman 317, University Heights 321, St. xavier 322, Dublin Jerome 324, St lgnatlllS 327, St. Chartes 327, Medina 329, Padua 331, Strongs~lle 335, St. John's 335. Mt. Vemon 336, Findlay 337 locals: Kroeger (M) 73, Martin (X) 76, ChapiJ"II (M) 76, Beausejour (X) 78, Nieman (M) 78, Bums (M) 79, De Censo (X) 84, Bessler (X) B4, Gusweiler (M) 07


OHSAA state golf to..J&.Lo., COLUMBUS- The boys tournament was played on the 7,141-yard, par-72 Ohio UniveTSity Scanet Course. The girls tournament was played on the 5,660-yard, par-71 Ohio State UniveTSity Gray couTSe.

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324-319-643 320-332 -652 327-326-653 330-326-656 326-336-662 328-340 -668 335-336-671 327-345 -672 340-346 -686

12, Hamilton ,_..................... INDIVIDUAL SCORES 1, Kyle Hodges, Sr., HamiHon.. 72-74-146 2, Jonathan BoweTS, Jr., Cols. WatteTSOn........ 3, Blake FurgeTSOn, Sr., Lakewood St. Edward..................

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4 (tie), Danny Sorgini, Sr .. Plckenngton N 4 (tie), Steve MaTShall, Sr.. Cuyahoga Falls............ 7, 8o Hoag, Soph., Upper Anington .. .................. 8, Dan Rush, Sr., Cle. St. ignatius 8 (tie), Spenser Sulzener, Soph., New Philadelphia................ 8 (tie), Jacob Scott, Sr., Strongsville......... 8 (tie), Tom Miles, Sr., Cols. WatteTSOn.........................

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I, Cuy. Falls Walsh Jesuit.......... 331-342-673 2, Dublin Jerome ........................ 342-339 -681 3, Cln. St. Ursula._................. 348-33 7 -685 4, ~Lakota 356-339 -695 5, Copley... 360-346-706 6, Marysville .............................. 363-350-713 7, Parma Padua........... 360-355-715 8, Centerville..... 372-354-726 9, Uma Cent Cath....... 371-359-730 10, Medina.. 371-372-743 11, Solon ............. 374-381-755 12, Tol. St Ursula ....................... 381-389-770

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Moeller 2 shots behind leader Hamilton's Hodges top individual Big Blue last of 12 teams with a 340. Area individuals also competCOLUMBUS- A rough front ing are Fairfield junior Sean Trenine notwithstanding, Moeller en- glia (84) and Princeton senior ters today's final round of the Divi- Josh Foster (86). sion I boys' state golf tournament on Ohio State University's Scarlet Girts UNDENSCHMIDT 2 BEHIND: Course with a legitimate chance to win its first championship. While the Walsh Jesuit girls have The Crusaders will finish in the a commanding team lead going intop five for the third consecutive to today's final round on OSU's season if they play as well as they Gray Course after shooting a 331, did on the back nine in Friday's 11 strokes better than secondplace Dublin Jerome, Ursuline first round. Senior Michael Kroeger shot 1- sophomore Kelsey lindenschunder 35 on the back to finish with midt shot 37 on the front and 38 on a team-best 73 as Moeller enters the back to finish two out of first todaywitha314-two behind lead- individually. er Bishop Watterson (312). After helping the lions to a "We have a shot at it," coach state runner-up team finish last Rick Bohne said. ''We started very year, lindenschmidt trails only poorly, and I think we were a little Walsh Jesuit senior Kathleen nervous, but the kids settled in Ekey (73). Marysville senior earand played well on the back." ly Truitt, the two-time defending While junior Tun Gusweiler state champion, shot 81. shot 79, and seniors Jeff Nieman "I played consistently, but I (80) and Rob Chappell (82) round- didn't play that great," lindened out Moeller's scoring, Kroeg- schmidt said. "Tomorrow, I'm just er's performance left him second going to play for fun and try not to in the race for medalist honors be- think about it." hind Hamilton senior Kyle HodgSt. Ursula is third with a 348 as es' 72 (35-37). junior Megan Shiverdecker led Hudson is third with a 320, and with a 79, followed by sophomore Southwest District champion St. Megan Keating (87) and junior Xavier is tied with Upper Arling- Katie Dempsey (88). Lakota West ton for fourth with a 324. Junior is fourth with a 356, led by junior Alex Martin and sophomore Mark Molly Beck (87), lindsay Steiner Burch each came in with 78forthe (89) and freshmen Rachel Nelson Bombers. and Marissa Steen (90 each). ''We felt coming in like we "I knew our girls would have to could win state if we played to our shoot average or better to win it," potential, but we11 have to play St. Ursula coach Bill Fitzwater better than this," Martin said. said. ''We knew Walsh Jesuit was Hodges was the lone bright very good. We're just pleased to spot for Hamilton, as junior Adam be up here." Latulippe shot 84, but sophomore Also competing individually is TJ. Noonan and junior Justin Leh- Mount Notre Dame junior Megan man both carded 92 to leave the Quinlan-Waters, who shot 85.

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COLUMBUS -A state title by Hamilton senior Kyle Hodges highlighted a near-great day by area golfers in Saturday's final round of' the Division I boys' and girls' state championships at the Scarlet and Gray courses in Columbus. Hodges followed Friday's 72 with a 2-over-par 74 Saturday to complete his wire-to-wire championship. ~ "I don't think I've ever been that

nervous in my whole life," said Hodges, who had to wait for more than an hour to see if his score would stand. "You couldn't ask for a better ending; it's like a movie or something." On the girls' side, Ursuline sophomore Kelsey Undenschmidt finished third with a final-round 78. "I didn't play that well this weekend, so I wasn't expecting anything," said Undenschmidt, who

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tied for seventh last season. Columbus Bishop Watterson (629) held off Moeller (633) and a late charge from St. Xavier (637) to win the boys' title. Runner-up Moeller had been two strokes back of Watterson going into the final round. "As a coach, it's not a disappointment. You couldn't have asked any more of the kids. They played their hearts out," said Moeller coach Rick Bohne, whose team finished in the top five for the third straight year. "Nobody's done what we've

done the last few years, and that's pretty good." Moeller senior Mike Kroeger made first-team All-Ohio with a twoday total of152 (73-79). Led by77sfromAlexMartin and Mike Beausejour, St. Xavier vaulted into third with the day's low round of 313. Hodges and his Hamilton teammates finished 12th, while individual qualifiers Sean Treglia of Fairfield and Josh Foster of Princeton both shot 169. For the girls, St. Ursula and La-

kota West had the two lowest rounds of the day but still ended up third and fourth, respectively, in the final standings. . Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit shot a 673 to win by eight strokes. St. Ursula (685) was led by junior Megan Shiverdecker (79-81-160), who made second-team All-Ohio. Lakota West junior lindsay Steiner had an 83 to pace a halanced effort for the Firebirds. Individually, Mount Notre Dame's Megan Quinlan-Waters tied for 21st at 171 (85-86). ~


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Hard work, dedication and practice By Lonna Kingsbury Contributor

Moeller's golf team has had a good run but in their match against Bishop-Waters, it just was not their time. Beaten by four strokes -- averaging out to one stroke per man Bishop Watterson just pulled a little better that last day. Head Coach Rick Bohne's men had one goal, to win State. But, it was not to be...this time. "Of course they were disappointed, but a week has gone by and now they realized what they've accomplished," said Bohne. With this year being the highest ranking for Moeller after placing fifth, third and second, there is only one place left to go for them up (or down if you consider the strokes). And by the same four strokes, they lost by, next year's season Moeller will begin by losing four senior players. Chris Ash. Rob Chappell, Michael Kroeger and

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Jeff Nieman will be graduating tinued Bohne. next year. Returning will be junior "They're all great players," con- starters Mike Burns and Tim

Gusweiler along with sophomores David Brellenthin, Bobbie Henderson, Mark Reinhold and cousin Matt Reinhold. Michael Shepherd, along with a couple of kids from Junior Varsity, will be moving up. "We've had a terrific season, it's definitely one the kids will rem ember and it's just nice to have kids not only good as golfers but as well-rounded individuals who represent the school so welL As Bohne has pointed out throughout the season, within his 18 years coaching Moeller, his team could not be where they are today without his great assistant coaches: Mike Cassity, Dan Dunlap, Ron Roth and Scott Sweeney. ·~I've stated before, the dedication of our players and our parents, the tradition of the program, the support we get from our school community -- that's what makes it work. We've had a great season, now we're looking forward to next year,'' said Bohne. eastspcis§:communitypress.c~rn

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Moeller's golf team this year is a group of eleven golfers bound together through excellence, through tradition, through honor five will represent those values at State. Each player spoke to the tradition of Moeller, the leadership of their coaches, the opportunities brought to them through teamwork. "I couldn't ask to be part of a better team than this one because there is something special about this group of guys. I think the coaches need to be given a lot of credit because they have pushed us ever since last season ended, all the way to this point. They have challenged us everyday to become the best that we can possibly be, and I think we have exceeded their expectations," senior Chris Ash said. Onr of four captains of the

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team Ash speaks to the rich tradition instilled in him through his parents, coaches, teammates and teachers. Having grown from the underclassman learning from senior

members, Ash understands and respects his role as a senior captain, demonstrating that responsibility through his actions and his words. "I really believe that to have a successful team, you must have good coaches and good leaders, and the three other captains could not be better leaders," Ash continued. Senior Mike Kroeger also speaks to the responsibility of the captains to take the time to ensure their underclassmen are ready for State - especially after a very intense District came down to the wire. ·~ a captain you have to make sure everyone is ready. We have

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three players who have never been to State - Jeff Nieman, Tim Gussweiler and Mike Burns - you have to make sure they are not thinking too much about the tournament, but focusing on play," Kroeger said. Senior co-captain Rob Chappell agrees and admits that it's a relief to finish strong after a somewhat choppy start, not starting well at Sectionals and pulling it out, then doing the same with District. "It would be good to start out strong and stay consistent. We've got a really good chance at State and if we treat this ac; any other tournament, we'll be fine," Chappell said.

Senior co-captain Jeff Nieman is excited about going to State and too speaks to the inconsistencies of earlier play. "I think we have a good shot at winning. We are starting to play better after some inconsistencies," but we'll pull it out for State, Nieman said. Junior Mike Bums speaks to the competitive spirit of his team. "I just love the game and I'm happy to represent Moeller and Cincinnati - I think we have a great

chance at winning. We're read}' to play and going to State is the toughest test," Bums said. ;, After going to State three years in a row, everyone continues to work hard. ,, "\Ve're here because of the hqtd 1 work and dedication of our moh ' Head Coach Richard Bohne saitl. The tradition continues ... .:: : eastsparts~tommur:ityp~ess.~~-~~_:)_, 248-75'10

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of eleven golfers bound l! group together through excellence, through tradition, through honor five will represent those values at State. Each player spoke to the tradition of Moeller, the leadership of , their coaches, the opportunities brought to them through teamwork. "I couldn't ask to be part of a better team than this one because there is something special about this group of guys. I think the coaches need to be given a lot of credit because they have pushed us ever since last season ended, all the way to this point. They have challenged us everyday to become the best that we can possibly be, and I think we have exceeded their expectations," Senior Chris Ash said. One of four captains of the team Ash speaks to the rich tradition instilled in him through his parents, <;:oac,hes, teammate~. and teachers. Having grown from the underclassman learning from senior members, Ash understands and respects his role as a senior captain, demonstrating that responsibility through his actions and his words. "I really believe that to have a successful team, you must have good coaches and good leaders, and the three other captains could not be better leaders," Ash continued. 1

but focusing on play," Kroeger said. Senior co-captain Rob Chappell agrees and admits that it's a relief to finish strong after a somewhat choppy start, not starting well at Sectionals and pulling it ciut, then doing the same with District. "It would be good to start out strong and stay consistent. We've got a really good chance at State and if we treat this as any other tournament, we'll be fine," Chappell said. Senior· co-captain Jeff Nieman is excited about going to State and too speaks to the inconsistencies . of earlier play. "I think we have a good shot at winning. We are starting to play better after some inconsistencies," but we'll pull it out for State, Nieman said. Junior Mike Burns speaks to the competitive spirit of his team. "I just love the game and I'm happy to represent Moeller and Cinci.rnlati-tthinlc we have a great chai1,£e(tt:wi.pning. Were ready to play and ]-oing to State is the toughest test," Burns said. GEORGE SCHUTTE/STAFF After going to State three years Moeller's Rob Chappell putts in the Division I district golf tournament at in a row, .everyone continues to Weatherwax. work hard. "We're here because of the hard Senior Mike Kroeger also "As a captain you have to make work and dedication of our men," speaks to the responsibility of the sure everyone is ready. We have Head Coach Richard Bohne said. captains to take the time to ensure three players who have never been The tradition continues ... their underclassmen are ready for to State - Jeff Nieman, Tim Gusseastsports@communitypress.com State - especially after a very weiler and Mike Burns - you have 248-7570 intense District came down to the to make sure they are not thinking too much about the tournament, wire.


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His team fin· ished second at the state tournament, four strokes out of first place.

The senior averaged 37.3 to lead area Dll players for the second straight year. He was sectional champion and helped "'"' A• ""'"' Wyoming tie for fourth at state.

His team won the sectional title, finished second at districts and tied for fourth at the state tournament

The senior averaged 39.5 and was the most consistent player for the Stingers, who finished eighth at the state meet.

His team won the sectional title, was district runner-up and finished eighth at the state tournament.

The 145 senior to win shot the state title by ·. . three strokes. . . ~ He also led the · f · area in scoring '.·.· ~; .. ...• (36.2 average), tl!. ' and was district • · and GMC player of the year.

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The senior tied for fourth at state (152). was among the top five at sectionals and districts.J~nd averaged j8,4 aS I 51!!!WW:w an AII-GCL South choice.

The junior finished 12th at the state meet, leading St. Xto a third-place finish. He was district champion (71), and averaged 37.9.

The junior finished fifth at districts and was a state tournament qualifier. He averaged 37.2 and was firstteam AII-GMC.

The senior won a seven-hole playoff at districts. which qualified him for state. He averaged 37.5 and was named first-team AII-GMC.

The senior averaged 36.5 to rank second in the area during the regular season. He won a sectional title (70) and was named first-team AII-GMC.

The senior was a sectional trimedalist (72) and district qualifier. He averaged 37.9 and was named firstteam AII-GMC.

The sophomor~ was a secti anal tri-medalist (72) and district qualifier. He averaged 38.8 and was FAVC Buckeye division player of the year.

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The senior finished fourth at districts and led St. Xto a third· place finish at state. He aver- . aged 37.8 and was named GCL South player of the year.

The senior led the Crusaders to a secondplace finish at the state tournament He averaged 38.8 and was named 1 """'~first-team AII-GCL South.

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Moeller, Wyoming class of field By Alex Blumer Enquirer contributor

Moeller, last year's third-place finisher at state, enters the season as the slight favorite of area coaches. But there might not be much of a gap between teams this season, with a number of them having lost key members to graduation.

Top teams Division I MOEllER: The Crusaders return seniors Rob Chappell, the coGreater Catholic League South golfer of the year, and secondteam all-conference performer Mike Kroeger. "After that, we've got some talent, we just need to see how they do under pressure," Moeller coach Rick Bohne said. Senior Jeff Nieman and junior Tun Gusweiler, who have varsity experience, will need to contribute. Junior Mike Bums and freshman Michael Shepherd also will see action. ST. XAVIER: The Bombers return just two starters from a year ago in junior Alex Martin and senior Mike Beausejour. Martin and Beausejour qualified for the U.S. Junior Amateur in San Francisco this summer. Martin reached the round of 32; Beausejour was 65th. They were the only two high school players to reach the final round of the Ohio Amateur. The Bombers also have Joe Mazza and Nick Sutter with vatsity.experience.

MIDDLETOWN: After placing eighth at state, their first berth in Columbus since 1982, the Middies have to cope with the loss of junior Chase Knecht, who died in a car crash last spring. The Middies return last year's Enquirer Division I Player of the Year, senior Aaron Crist, who tied for fourth at state. Craig Baldwin and Scott Landen are returning lettermen. FAIRFIELD: Returning lettermen Travis Allread and Adam Flick, both seniors, and junior Sean Treglia will be needed to defend the Indians' Greater Miami Conference title. Juniors Tyler Vmcent and Doug Dehne, senior Matt Schneider, and sophomore Michael Brown round out the lineup. lAKOTA EAST: The Thunderhawks will rely on their depth to carry them, having lost 2003 state qualifier Matt Senter and firstteam all-GMC golfer Sean Coffey to graduation. Seniors Matt Strautman and Michael Sorrows will be counted on for leadership. MILFORD: The Eagles enter the season with potential. Ryan Maynard, who was a medalist at sectionals last season, should be No. 1. Seniors Brent Roth, Justin Lenczicki, Anderson transfer Dustin Manning and sophomore Glenn McAleenan also return for a team that missed districts by two strokes. ELDER: Coach Mike Trimpe is encouraged about the Panthers' potential because of the offseasons of senior co-captains Brian Unneman, a second-team All-GCL

selection, and Joel Beale. Senior Greg Conklin also returns. KINGS: Returning starters Alex Holroyde, Andrew Herre, Ty Robinson and Josh Baker have coach Ben Tilton feeling good about the ¡ Knights' chances of reclaiming the Fort Ancient Valley Confer- , ence Cardinal title. WINTON WOODS: Veteran coach 1 Tun Tilton is optimistic because of â&#x20AC;˘ first-team all-league performers Dylan Owens, Matt Cooper and Nick Keller. The Warriors should be the favorite in the FAVC Buckeye. HAMILTON: The Big Blue boast one of the area's top talents in senior Kyle Hodges. He will lead newcomers Adam Plemmons, TJ. Noonan and Justin Lehman.

Divisions 11-111 WYOMING: The Cowboys hope this year will be more like 2002, when they placed sixth at state. Last season, they cost themselves a berth in Columbus with a poor showing at district. Senior Eric McKimm, an Enquirer all-star last season, returns. ROGER BACON: Senior Andrew Zeller; a state qualifier who was the Enquirer D-II player of the year last season, is back. CINCINNATI HILLS CHRISnAN

ACADEMY: Last season, the Eagles earned the school's first Division III state berth and finished lOth. Juniors Andy Ellison and Matt Reed are the two remaining starters for new coach Eric Breitholle. SEVEN HILLS: Senior Bryan Ganulin leads the Stingers in a challenge with CHCA for Miami Valley Conference supremacy.


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COLUMBUS -A state title by Hamilton senior Kyle Hodges highlighted a near-great day by area golfers in Saturday's final round of the Division I boys' and girls' state championships at the Scarlet and Gray courses in Columbus. Hodges followed Friday's 72 with a 2-over-par 74 Saturday to complete his wire-to-wire championship. "I don't think I've ever been that nervous in my whole life," said Hodges, who had to wait for more than an hour to see if his score would stand. "You couldn't ask for a better ending; it's like a movie or something." On the girls' side, Ursuline sophomore Kelsey Lindenschmidt finished third with a final-round 78. "I didn't play that well this weekend, so I wasn't expecting anything," said Lindenschmidt, who tied for seventh last season. Columbus Bishop Watterson (629) held off Moeller (633) and a late charge from St. Xavier (637) to win the boys' title. Runner-up Moeller had been two strokes back of Watterson going into the final round. "As a coach, it's not a disappointment. You couldn't have asked any more of the kids. They played their hearts out," said Moeller coach Rick Bohne, whose team finished in the top five for the third straight year. "Nobody's done what we've done the last few years, and that's pretty good." Moeller senior Mike Kroeger made first-team All-Ohio with a two-day total of 152 (73-79). Led by 77s from Alex Martin and Mike Beausejour, St. Xavier vaulted into third with the day's low round of 313. Hodges and his Hamilton teammates finished 12th, while individual

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qualifiers Sean Treglia of Fairfield and Josh Foster of Princeton both shot 169. For the girls, St. Ursula and Lakota West had the two lowest rounds of the day but still ended up third and fourth, respectively, in the final standings. Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit shot a 673 to win by eight strokes. St. Ursula (685) was led by junior Megan Shiverdecker (79-81-160), who made second-team All-Ohio. Lakota West junior Lindsay Steiner had an 83 to pace a balanced effort for the Firebirds. Individually, Mount Notre Dame's Megan Quinlan-Waters tied for 21st at 171 (85-86).

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