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Quakers take eighth at Tri-County, Hutton named first-team All-EBC

Salem’s girls golf team finished eighth at the Tri-County Postseason Tournament on Thursday at Zoar Village Golf Club. Pictured (from left) are Kelly Hutton, Carlee Best, coach Lindsay Winn, junior Emma Brown, Sloan Rudibaugh and Lexi Miller. Hutton was a first-team all-Eastern Buckeye Conference selection while Rudibaugh and Miller were second-teamers. (Submitted Photo)

DOVER –Salem’s girls golf team finished eighth overall on Thursday at the Tri-County Postseason Tournament at Zoar Village Golf Club.

The Quakers turned in a total of 430.

Louisville won the tournament with a team-total of 327.

For the Quakers, Kelly Hutton had a 92, Lexi Miller 105, Sloan Rudibaugh 109 and Emma Brown 124. Hutton was a first-team all-Eastern Buckeye Conference selection while Rudibaugh and Miller were second-teamers.

Minerva’s Jordan Van Meter was the overall medalist with a 71.

TEAM STANDINGS: 1. Louisville 327, 2. Marlington 333, 3. New Philadelphia 334, 4. Canton Central Catholic 352, 5. Minerva 370, 6. Carrollton 378, 7. Beaver Local 425, 8. Salem 430, 9. Dover 434, 10. Fairless 448, 11. West Branch 474, 12. Canton South 552.

Columbiana 168, Mooney 193

BOARDMAN — Columbiana defeated Cardinal Mooney 168-193 on Thursday at Mill Creek North.

For the Clippers, Tyler Andersen had a 39, Trevor Dearing 42, Riley McElwain 43 and Sean Whitehead 44.

Cardinal Mooney’s Tim Reardon had a 42.

Columbiana is 13-2 and will be in action Tuesday at Div. III sectionals in Salem.

Crestview 161, Lisbon 174

CALCUTTA — Crestview came away with a 161-174 victory over Lisbon on Thursday at Beaver Meadows.

For the Rebels, Ethan McCloskey had a 33, Emily Hill 40, A.J. Robb 44 and Chase Bandy 44.

For the Blue Devils, Bubba Craig had a 38, Joey Diludovico 43, Anna Marshalek 46, Bobby Harris 47 and Jeremy Bricker 47.

Crestview is at Oak Glen Tuesday.

Salem 210, Canton South 292

SALEM–The Salem girls golf team beat Canton South 210-292 Wednesday at Salem Hills.

Sloan Rudibaugh led the Quakers with a 46, while Kelly Hutton had a 49. Lexi Miller added a 55. Paige Bailey and Emma Brown each shot 60.