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2009 OHSAA Girls Division I State Golf Tournament
The Ohio State University, Columbus
Gray Golf Course – Par 70, 5,560 yards

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Mason wins second straight Division I girls golf title with team score of 316

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The cold and wind didn’t stop Mason from repeating as the Ohio High School Athletic Association Girls Division I State Golf champions as the Comets shot a 316 on Saturday to give them a nine stroke win. Three of Mason’s top golfers from last year repeated their performance this year. Emily Wright shot a team-best 76, while Erin Michel and Jessica Zhang both shot 78.

For the second time in tournament history, the state golf tournament was reduced to 18 holes after the first day of play was cancelled due to rain. The last time the tournament featured only one round was in 1996. Although still cold, the rain held off Saturday allowing golfers to finish the 40th annual event played at the Ohio State University Gray Golf Course.

West Chester Lakota West, making its seventh straight state tournament appearance, took runner-up honors with a team score of 325.

Senior Tiana Jones of Alliance won a closely contested race for medalist honors as nine of the top 10 golfers finished within four strokes of each other. Jones picked up two birdies on the back nine to give her a tournament best 73. Finishing just behind was Rachel Thompson of Ashland with a 74.

Team Scores:
1. Mason 316, 2. West Chester Lakota West 325, 3. Cin. St. Ursula Academy 326, 4. Ashland 337, 5. Col. Bishop Watterson 341, 6. Massillon Jackson 345, 7. Upper Arlington 345, 8. Medina Highland 350, 9. Cin. Mt. Notre Dame 353, 10. Massillon Perry 360, 11. Cin. St. Ursula Academy 363, 12. Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit 364.

Note: Tournament reduced to 18 holes after the first round Friday was cancelled due to rain.

Top Three Individuals:
1. Tiana Jones, Sr., Alliance 73; 2. Rachel Thompson, Sr., Ashland 74; 3. Laura Murray, Jr., Tipp City Tippecanoe 75.
 

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2009
OHSAA Girls Division II State Golf Recap
Ohio State University, Columbus
Gray Golf Course, Par 70 – 5,560 yards

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Chardon Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin wins Division II title with two-day score of 658

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Chardon Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin won its first state championship in girl’s golf as the second-annual Ohio High School Athletic Association Division II championships wrapped up Saturday at the Ohio State University Gray Course.

Chardon NDCL came from behind with a second-day team score of 326 to knock off defending champion Poland Seminary. Their two-day team score of 658 is the best in the two year history of the tournament, bettering last year’s two-day total by 21 strokes.

Poland Seminary took second place with a score of 687, while St. Paris Graham finished third, one place better than last year, with a team score of 687.

Medalist honors went to senior Alyssa Shimel of Pemberville Eastwood with a two-day total of 147. Shimel finished one-under par on her last eight holes and shot a 72 for the day giving her top honors.

Finishing close behind was sophomore Morgan Ransom of Gahanna Columbus Academy. Ransom matched exactly her performance from last year’s tournament, finishing second with a two-day total of 147.

Team Scores
1. Chardon Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin 332-326-658; 2. Poland Seminary 326-351-677; 2. St. Paris Graham Local 352-335-687; 4. Shaker Heights Hathaway Brown 349-345-694; 5. Kettering Archbishop Alter 357-349-706; 6. Dayton Chaminade-Julienne 366-342-708; 7. Milan Edison 365-373-738; 8. Huron 375-370-745; 9. Zanesville West Muskingum 372-380-752; 10. Lima Shawnee 381-375-756; 11. Circleville Logan Elm 382-379-761; 12. Minerva 411-408-819

Top Individual Scores
1. Alyssa Shimel, Sr., Pemberville Eastwood 73-72-145; 2. Morgan Ransom, Soph., Gahanna Columbus Academy 73-74-147; 3. Yang Li, Sr., Toledo Maumee Valley Country Day 76-76-152; 4. Lauren Volz, Jr., Huron 76-79-155; 5. Grace Nikolai, Sr., Kettering Archbishop Alter 79-77-156; 5. Lucy Frey, Jr., Cincinnati Archbishop McNicholas 78-78-156

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2009 OHSAA Boys Division I State Golf Tournament
The Ohio State University, Columbus
Scarlet Golf Course – Par 70

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First time winner Columbus St. Charles takes Division I Boys Golf Title

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Columbus St. Charles shot a one-day total of 309 Saturday despite windy and cold weather to win its first Ohio High School Athletic Association Division I Boys State Golf Title. Four of its golfers shot in the 70s, including sophomore Nate Yankovich, who shot a 75. The scored tied him with four other golfers for the second-best score of the tournament.

After the first day of play at the 84th annual state tournament was cancelled due to rain, the format was reduced to 18 holes played Saturday afternoon at the Ohio State University Scarlet Golf Course. The only other time an 18-hole tournament was used to determine the winner was in 1996.

Defending champion Cincinnati St. Xavier finished with a score of 313, earning them second-place team honors. Junior George Rohde and senior Colin Stelljes both shot a 76 for the Bombers.

West Chester Lakota West junior Korey Ward finished with a tournament best round of 74 to earn medalist honors for the second year in a row. Ward becomes just the 12th golfer in OHSAA history to win medalist honors twice. A close group finished behind Ward as four golfers finished in second with a score of 75.

Team Scores:
1. Col. St. Charles 309, 2. Cin. St. Xavier 313, 3. Cle. St. Ignatius 315, 4. Dublin Coffman 322, 5. Toledo St. John’s Jesuit 326, 6. Cin. Archbishop Moeller 327, 7. Centerville 329, 8. Dublin Jerome 330, 9. Uniontown Lake 331, 10. Medina 333, 11. Whitehouse Anthony Wayne 334, 12. Stow-Munroe Falls 335

Note: Tournament reduced to 18 holes after the first round Friday was cancelled due to rain.

Top Individuals:
1. Korey Ward, Jr., West Chester Lakota West 74; Four Tied at 75.
 

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2009 OHSAA Boys Division II State Golf Recap
Northstar Resort, Sunbury
Par 72, 6,796 yards

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Dayton Oakwood Wins Second Boys Division II State Golf Title

SUNBURY, Ohio – In its 25th state golf tournament appearance, Dayton Oakwood won its second boys state championship at the 2009 OHSAA Boys Division II State Tournament at Northstar Golf Resort in Sunbury. The first state title for Oakwood came in 1985.

Leading after day one, the Lumberjacks compiled a two-day team score of 623, seven strokes better than runner-up Kettering Archbishop Alter. Coach Jen Lohmeyer’s Oakwood squad was led by senior Ronnie Stump, who fired a two-day score of 150, and junior Adam Bogdan, who carded a 151. Oakwood’s title ends the three-year Div. II state championship run by Hunting Valley University School, which finished third in 2009.

In his first state tournament appearance, Jackson senior Morgan Dobbins shot a 3-over 75 on Saturday to hold onto his spot atop the leader board to win the medalist race. The individual state qualifier shot a two-day total of 147 and becomes the first boy’s state golf champion in Jackson school history. Senior Tyler Hohman of Columbus St. Francis DeSales finished two strokes behind Dobbins to win the silver medal, while Jake Heinen of University School and Ronnie Stump of Oakwood tied for third place with a two-day score of 150.

Golfers battled cold and blustery conditions all weekend at the tournament’s first year at Northstar Golf Resort. Junior Alex King of Canal Fulton Northwest, however, was able to sink a hole-in-one Saturday when he needed only one stroke to finish the 190-yard hole 17.

Team Scores
1. Dayton Oakwood 308-315-623; 2. Kettering Archbishop Alter 313-317-630; 3. Hunting Valley University School 319-316-635 (finishes second via tie-breaker); 4. Columbus St. Francis DeSales 314-321-635; 5. Rocky River Lutheran West 320-331-651 (finishes second via tie-breaker); 6. Bryan 323-328-651; 7. Chagrin Falls 339-332-671; 8. Granville 340-343-683; 9. Johnstown-Monroe 343-349-692; 10. Ironton 350-346-696; 11. Genoa Area 347-361-708; 12. Circleville Logan Elm 359-355-714

Top Individual Scores
1. Morgan Dobbins, Sr., Jackson 72-75-147; 2. Tyler Hohman, Sr., Columbus St. Francis DeSales 73-76-149; 3. Jake Heinen, Sr., Hunting Valley University School 73-77-150; 3. Ronnie Stump, Sr., Dayton Oakwood 73-77-150

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2009
OHSAA Boys Division III State Golf Recap
The Ohio State University, Columbus
Scarlet Golf Course – Par 71, 7,043 yards

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Minster Wins First Boys Division III State Golf Title

COLUMBUS, Ohio - In its fifth appearance at the OHSAA State Golf Tournament, Minster walked away with its first state title as the 40th-Annual Division II boys golf state tournament concluded Saturday at Ohio State University Scarlet Course.

Minster senior Ben Hogenkamp recorded a team-low score of 76 on the second day of competition to help lead the Wildcats to the title.

Strasburg-Franklin finished second in their first appearance at the state tournament with a team score of 671.

Junior Alex Andrews shot identical rounds of 73 to win medalist honors by seven strokes. His total score of 146 ties the OHSAA Division III state tournament record for lowest individual score on the Scarlet course.

Team Scores
1. Minster 334-320-654; 2. Strasburg-Franklin 331-340-671 (finishes second via tie-breaker); 3. Lima Central Catholic 339-332-671; 4. Gates Mills Gilmour Academy 336-338-674; 5. Columbus Wellington School 336-348-684; 6. Cincinnati Seven Hills 346-348-694; 7. Sugarcreek Garaway 351-355-706; 8. Stryker 351-357-708; 9. Sidney Lehman Catholic 356-353-709; 10. Sandusky St. Mary Central Catholic 355-357-712; 11. Gahanna Columbus Academy 356-361-717; 12. Lowellville 393-366-759

Top Individual Scores
1. Alex Andrews, Jr., Gates Mills Gilmour Academy 73-73-146; 2. Oliver Holtsberry, Sr., Lima Central Catholic 78-75-153; 3. Craig Purpus, Jr., Minster 78-80-158; 4. Ben Hogenkamp, Sr., Minster 83-76-159; 5. Ryan Troyer, Soph., Sugarcreek Garaway 82-79-161; 5. Brooks Curry, Soph., Franklin Middletown Christian 81-80-161

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