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High school sports roundup — Sept. 16

Beacon Journal staff report

Girls golf

Revere 196, Wadsworth 198

Minutemen senior Amanda Pavlich aced the 106-yard No. 18 at Ridge Top Golf Course in Medina with her pitching wedge en route to a 13-over 48.

Alice Ho shot a 1-over 36 to lead the Grizzlies.

Boys golf

Ellet 163, Kenmore 226, Canton Timken 240

The Orangemen cruised to victory at Mud Run Golf Course in Akron, led by Ben Cockerham’s even-par 34.

Teammate Joel Beswetherick shot a 5-over 39 for the second-best score of the day.

Mogadore 164,
Woodridge 165

Two solid Portage Trail Conference golf teams faced off at Brandywine Country Club in Peninsula and the visiting Wildcats came out on top by 1 stroke.

Ryan Hostetler led the Wildcats (14-2, 10-2 PTC) with a 4-over 40.

Junior Michael Walter had the round of the day for the Bulldogs (8-4, 8-4) with a 2-over 38.


Field 5, Coventry 0

Falcons senior Abbie Hellwig defeated Amanda Michaels 6-0, 6-0 and remains undefeated individually for the season at 11-0.

Hellwig will play the final match of the regular season tomorrow at Wingfoot Park against Woodridge.

The Falcons are 9-2 in the Portage Trail Conference.

Girls soccer

Lake 4, Louisville 4

The host Leopards trailed 3-0 in the first half and 4-1 in the second half but eventually came back to tie when senior midfielder Rachel Baughman scored her second goal of the game with five minutes remaining.

Forwards Alexis Meffert and Taylor Smith paced the Blue Streaks (3-1-6) and each scored a goal. Rachel Bernardo had two assists.

The Leopards are now 8-1-1 for the season.

Green 3, Perry 1

The host Panthers played a tough second half led by Leslie Bast’s goal but could not overcome a 2-0 halftime deficit and dropped to 4-4-1 overall and 0-2-0 in the Federal League.

Melissa Harbeck led the Bulldogs with two goals.

Tarah McCarland scored the third Bulldogs goal and sister Kristen McCarland had two assists.

Boys soccer

Manchester 6, Tusky Valley 2

Junior midfielder Logan Speer scored three goals for the visiting Panthers as they improved to 3-4-1 overall and 3-2-1 in the Principals Athletics Conference. Senior forward Kanyon Collins also scored twice for the Panthers.

The Trojans drop to 3-5-0.


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