Minerva downs Salem, West Branch
SALEM–The Minerva girls golf team beat Salem and West Branch in a tri-match Tuesday at Salem Hills.
The Lions finished with a team total of 228, while the Quakers shot 238 and the Warriors 261.
For the Lions, Jordan Van Meter was the runaway medalist with a 37. Baeli Waller added a 49, while Danielle Weiss shot a 65 and Sadie Blum carded a 77.
For the Quakers, Kelly Hutton shot 54, Makayla Stoffer 55, Camryn Riley 63, Sloan Rudibaugh 66 and Emily Weikart 68.
For the Warriors, Anna Lippiatt shot a 57, Sidney Milliken 61, Toria Courtney 69 and Isabella Baird 74.
Marlington 170, Salem 206
SALEM–Marlington defeated Salem 170-206 in Eastern Buckeye Conference boys golf action Tuesday.
The Quakers are now 3-4 overall and 2-4 in the EBC. Marlington is 4-1, 4-1.
Logan Zimmerman shot a 43 for the Quakers, while Lane Rhodes shot a 53 and Kaleb Day and Dylan Ulrich each shot 55.
Salem hosts Carrollton today.
LISBON–The Lisbon golf team picked up a 190-203 victory over United Tuesday at Twin Springs.
For the Blue Devils (7-2) Austin Craig shot a 45, Blayne Brownfield 46, Josh Entrikin 50 and Jeremy Bricker 52.
For the Eagles, Shane Black shot a 48, Mikey Bardo 48, Brandt Haylen 53 and Parker Berdine 54.
Lisbon is at Toronto Thursday.
EAST LIVERPOOL–Wellsville downed Leetonia 208-222 in Eastern Ohio Athletic Conference golf action Tuesday at Cedar Hills.
For the Tigers, Shawn Osborn shot a 46, Luke Green 48, Jared Garner 50 and Justin Talbert 64.
Leetonia’s Brandon Cantwell was the medalist with a 45.
Also for the Bears, Patrick Hull shot a 54, Jayden Herhold 57 and Haleigh Brock 66.
Wellsville is now 4-5 overall and hosts East Palestine Thursday.
South Range 175, Hubbard 198
BOARDMAN–South Range dispatched Hubbard 175-198 in golf action Tuesday at Mill Creek North.
Kaiden Sykes was the medalist with a 39, while Nick Fromel shot a 44 and Patt Kennedy and Gavin Batdorff each shot 46.
Columbiana 158, Toronto 166
COLUMBIANA–The Columbiana boys golf team beat Toronto 158-166 Tuesday at Valley.
The Clippers move to 8-0 on the season.
For Columbiana, Tyler Anderson was the medalist with a 37, while Seth Ross had a 39, Sean Whitehead 41 and Riley McElwain 41.
Hunter Keenan led Toronto with a 39.
Columbiana is at United Thursday.