Gorrell medals; H-L 3rd in invite

Bryce Gorrell took the medalist honor with a 73 Friday to lead Hopewell-Loudon to a third-place finish in the 16-team Lakota Invitational at Loudon Meadows Golf Club.
Gorrell, coming off a school-record 66 in Thursday’s Seneca East Invitational at Clinton Heights Golf Course, paced the Chieftains to a team total of 339 Friday. Lake won the team championship at 327, followed by Mohawk at 337.
Lakota was sixth at 359, while St. Wendelin placed eighth at 364, New Riegel was 10th at 378, Fostoria High School finished at 401 and Old Fort was 15th at 485.
Tyler Rohe followed Gorrell with a 73 for the Chieftains, while Garret Sendelbach finished with a 91 and Deavan Gosche posted a 98. Ryan Steinmetz had a 101.
Makayla Dull led Lakota with an 80, while Hunter Chalfin (88), Collin Gosche (95) and Dylan Schebel (96) completed the scoring. Nathan Walter had a 114.
Peter Campbell fired a 74 to pace St. Wendelin, while Cameron Hunter shot a 95, Makenzie McAfee recorded a 97 and Joey DeHaven notched a 98. Nick Weaver had a 116.
Andrew Faber was low for New Riegel with a 90, while Travis Williams shot a 92, Allen Acree registered a 96 and Lucas Williams finished with a 100. Shane Halcomb had a 103.
Trey Yates and Tyler Agapiou shot 86 apiece to lead Fostoria, while Jeremiah Brough and Dalton Cook finished at 105 and 124, respectively. Robby Crotty had a 126.
Trey Hossler led Old Fort with a 93, while Adam Alexander (96), Jon Lotycz (101) and Noah Henry (112) completed the scoring. Kyle Hager had a 120.
NORTH BALTIMORE — Elmwood’s Alexis Miller claimed a share of medalist recognition with a 48 Friday, but the Royals fell to 0-3 with a 216-241 loss to Buckeye Central at Birch Run Golf Course.
Co-medalist Lydia Shealy’s 48 led the Bucks, while Megan McGinnis shot a 53, Maddie Fagen carded a 55 and Grace Blevins finished with a 60.
Heather Ickes (62), Katie Benedict (63) and Maggie Tuite (68) completed the scoring for Elmwood. Michaela Shinew and Allie Hummel each had a 72.



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