ST. CLAIRSVILLE — East Liverpool’s Preston Dawson took first place within the Buckeye 8 Athletic League Golf Match on Tuesday at Belmont Hills Nation Membership.
Dawson shot a 155 unfold over two rounds — together with the spherical performed on Aug. 14 at Cadiz Nation Membership — to win the person title.
However he needed to go to a playoff in opposition to St. Clairsville’s Andrew Abel to get there.
“Preparation was the important thing,” Dawson stated. “He (Abel) is an excellent participant. It was a good time at present. I had a little bit tough time on the entrance, however my putter caught fireplace late.”
When requested how he completed final 12 months on the Buckeye 8, Dawson stated, “I don’t even keep in mind taking part in. I feel I misplaced in a playoff for the fifth participant.”
On the primary playoff gap, No. 18, Abel’s drive hit the cart path and kicked over the hill to the correct of the opening. Dawson, in the meantime, drove his shot straight down the center of the golf green about 30 yards from the pin. Abel’s second shot carried the inexperienced and went down the hill on the left of the inexperienced. Dawson made par whereas Abel bogeyed to determine the title.
“He caught a foul break there. He missed the golf green by two toes and it (the ball) kicked down over the hill. There was a whole lot of strain on him with all of the folks trying on, however that can be good for him down the stretch.”
Abel had greater than defending his title on his thoughts in the course of the spherical.
“My grandfather was having open coronary heart surgical procedure at present, so I used to be eager about that rather a lot,” he famous.
Dawson’s rating at Cadiz County Membership was 79, whereas he shot 76 at Belmont Hills.
The Potters shot 817 as a workforce to complete sixth out of the eight groups competing. Aaron Dieringer had a 198 (99-99), whereas Cooper Klein had a 231 (114-117). 4 different Potter golfers didn’t compete in each rounds.
St. Clairsville was the winner of the event with a 632 whole (307-325).
Beaver Native’s workforce was fourth. For the Beavers, Owen Hill had a 174 (92-82), Andre Wiegand 204 (100-104), Britton Hickman 206 (105-101) and Cole Jarvis 207 (106-101).
STANDINGS: 1. St. Clairsville 632, 2. Harrison Central 733, 3. Indian Creek 786, 4. Beaver Native 791, 5. Martins Ferry 809, 6. East Liverpool 817, 7. Union Native 929, 8. Cambridge (not a whole workforce).
GUILFORD LAKE — Columbiana topped Southern Native and East Liverpool Christian throughout Tuesday’s match at Twin Springs Golf Course.
Columbiana shot a 158, whereas Southern had a 204 and East Liverpool Christian 217.
Blake Unger led the Clippers with a 37, adopted by Rocco Crawford 38., Anthony Corridor 40 and Trenton Corridor 53.
For the Indians, Justus Black shot a forty five, Logan Howell 48, Wyatt Bach 53 and Zac Mayfield 58.
East Liverpool Chrsitian obtained a 44 by Levin Williams, 56 by Noah Williams, 57 by Elijah Perkins and 60 by Lucas Balser.