Mustangs, Tigers repeat as league champs

CIRCLEVILLE — Westfall capped a dominant run through the Scioto Valley Conference Tuesday winning both sides of the final SVC golf match of the season.

The 18 holes were divided into two SVC matches with the Mustangs posting a 188 on the front and a 194 on the back nine to wrap up the league title. 

Westfall’s Paige Weiss earned SVC Player of the Year honors. (see more match photos)

Player of the Year Paige Weiss was medalist on the back nine with a 36 for the Mustangs. 

Adena’s Sydney Ater posted a 2-under 34 to medal on the front. 

Piketon was second to the Mustangs in both matches (195 and 210), while Unioto was third (220, 224), Zane Trace was fourth (226, 231) and Huntington was fifth (262, 277).

Neither Adena nor Southeastern had enough players for a team score. 

Along with her 36 on the back, Weiss led Westfall with a 38 on the front. 

Marianna Packer went 49-52, Caroline Sever went 51-52 and Michelle Pickett went 50-54 to round out the team scoring. Also, Kathryn Lockhart went 56-57 and Alexa Oney went 57-59 for the Mustangs.

Marianna Packer watches her tee shot on the sixth hole Tuesday. (see more match photos)

Ater went 34-38 to lead Adena, Mary Helber (41-41) led Zane Trace, Olivia Howard (44-42) led Unioto, Brynna Spencer (40-50) led Piketon, Pollack (59-63) led Huntington and Maddie Woods (54-53) led Southeastern.

The Mustangs are headed to the Southeast District Division II sectional on Monday at Buckeye Hills Golf Course near Greenfield. They’ll see some familiar opponents there, including Adena, Circleville, Logan Elm, Southeastern and Zane Trace.

Circleville repeats as MSL champion

CANAL WINCHESTER — Circleville wrapped up an undefeated run through the Mid-State League Tuesday as the Tigers posted a score of 355 — 42 shots better than second-place Teays Valley. 

“We are very proud to have won a second consecutive MSL championship and appreciate what this means for our program,” Circleville coach Eric Evans said. “It’s a testament to a lot of hard work and dedication from our girls, and a willingness to continue to want to improve. 

“We are looking forward to the challenges of the postseason.”

Elaina Seeley continued her run as the top MSL player with her fourth medalist honor in as many tries. The Tiger golfer posted a 77 at Westchester Golf Course Tuesday. 

Isabelle Perini had an 85 for the Tigers, Izzy Seeley shot an 88, Lis Sharp had a 105 and Aleigh Michael posted a 120.

Her fourth medalist title helped Elaina Seeley to Player of the Year honors. She is joined by Perini and Izzy Seeley on the MSL’s first team and Sharp earned second team honors. 

Teays Valley was led by Adison Abele with an 85 and Makinna Pinion had a 100. 

Bloom-Carroll was third with a 425.

Logan Elm took fourth as a team shooting 484, led by Addie Lester with a 107, and Liberty Union was fifth with 522.

CHS boys second at Pumpkin Vine

BREMEN — Circleville shot a 160 to take second in a tri-match at Pumpkin Vine Golf Course. 

Brady Reuter led the Tigers with a 37, Reid Seimetz and Michael Fernandez each carded a 40, Liam McConnell had a 43, VanGundy had a 51 and Andrew Siembida had a 59. 

The Tigers are back in Mid-State League action Thursday morning at Denison Golf Club.

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