However, it wasn't enough to make a trip to state.
The top three teams and three individuals not on those teams qualified for the state tournament.
PHOTO BY AARON KORTE
Calvert’s Maddy Brown tees off at the Division II district tournament at Sycamore Springs Monday.
PHOTO BY AARON KORTE
Hopewell-Loudon’s Jena Huffman chips at the Division II district tournament at Sycamore Springs Monday.
As far as teams, Shelby won with a 341, Edison was second (346) and Ottawa Hills qualified in third (382).
For individual qualifiers, Jill Schmitmeyer (St. Marys Memorial) shot a 79, Abby Singler (Perkins) had an 81 and Julia Hippely (Huron) carded an 81.
Brown posted an 85, which was tied for ninth, while Huffman shot an 88, which was tied for 16th.
Fliers soar into district tourney
HURON - Led by the second-overall score of 76 from Ian Hilliker, Clyde qualified for the district tournament with a team score of 341 at Sawmill Creek at the Division II sectional Monday.
Ontario won with a 327, while Clyde followed and Clearfork beat out Bellevue for the third and final team spot as both teams had a 347, but the fifth golfer shot a 91 for Clear Fork, while Bellevue's carded a 95.
The top three teams qualified for the district tournament at Red Hawk Thursday at 9 a.m. and so did the top four individuals.
For Clyde, Ben Hohenstein backed Hilliker with an 85, while Heath Maines had an 86 and David Hohenstein carded a 94. Cole McBroom had its fifth score with a 96.
The top four individuals that advanced were Brock Kehres (Shelby) with a 75, Joby Pfeil (Vermilion) with a 79, Anthony Paradiso (Port Clinton) with an 82 and Jack McElligott (Galion) with an 82.
Bellevue's Cody Snyder failed to qualify by one shot with an 83, while the team was fourth with a 347. Noah Lawson added an 85 for the Redmen, Joe Wetten shot an 88, Nolan Meyer had a 91 and Nathan Fox ended with a 95.
Upper Sandusky's Brett Montgomery also missed qualifying by one shot with an 83. The Rams were sixth as a team with a 356 as Trevor Clifford shot an 85, Turner Dilley added an 89, Evan Young shot a 99 and Isaiah Washburn finished with a 105.
Mohawk, SE's Diehm advance
GALION - Mohawk's Chet Margraf fired a 77 Monday to lead the Warriors to a second-place finish at Valley View in the Division III sectional, which is good enough to qualify for the district tournament.
Margraf's 77 was tied with New London's Brock Rankine for the best overall score Monday.
The top three teams and three individuals not on those teams qualified for the district tournament at Stone Ridge Thursday.
New London won the sectional with a 330, Mohawk had a 338 and Norwalk St. Paul filled the third spot with a 344. Seneca East was fifth (373), Buckeye Central placed seventh (389) and Calvert was ninth (407).
The top three individuals that qualified were Seneca East's Johnny Diehm (80), Crestview's Jacob Salyers (80) and Plymouth's Dylan Patton (84).
For Mohawk, Carson Weinandy, Billy Dunlap and Nathan Kimmet all shot an 87, while Kurtus Ekleberry carded an 89.
Seneca East's Alex Forehand had an 88, while Dylan Kalb shot a 97 and Andy Bordner finished with a 108. Calvert's Peyton Deats shot a 93, while Will Klepper added a 102, Dominic Mangiola shot a 103 and Jacob Kin ended with a 109. For the Bucks, Dalton Sheaffer and Adam Krebs shot a 96, while Nic Ratliff added a 98, Nick Fike carded a 99 and Josh Dentinger registered a 102.