Braves, Tigers go one, two at Adam Sharp Invitational

A pair of Pickaway County schools took top billing on Thursday to open the season at McClain’s Adam Sharp Invitational held at Buckeye Hills Golf Club.

Logan Elm topped the eight-school field with a nine-hole score of 164, followed by rival Circleville with 168. Jackson took third with 174.

The Logan Elm and Circleville boys golf teams pose together for a photo with their newly won hardware after finishing first and second, respectively, on Thursday at McClain’s Adam Sharp Invitational. Photos courtesy of Logan Elm coach Rob Griffith and Circleville coach Luke McConnell

Circleville’s Liam McConnell and Logan Elm’s Graham Williams shared medalist honors with both players firing a 39.

Grant Cline followed Williams with 40, Will Higginbotham shot 42 and Judson Pollock turned in a scorecard of 43. Also playing for the Braves was Parker Calder with 44.

“This was a great way to start the season for the Braves,” Logan Elm coach Rob Griffith said. “We are trying to maintain a winning mindset throughout the season.”

Michael Fernandez and Reid Seimetz both shot 42 to follow McConnell and Brady Reuter turned in a 45. Also playing for the Tigers was Andrew Siembida with a 48.

“It’s a good start to the season for us and I think we learned a few things from today,” Circleville coach Luke McConnell said. ” We started out a bit rough with the putting but settled in after a couple of holes. It’s nice to get back to competing together again.”

The Tigers and Braves return to the links on Friday at the Vinton County Invitational.

Circleville’s Liam McConnell
Logan Elm’s Graham Williams
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