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AROUND THE HORN

Muckleroy comes up short

CUYAHOGA FALLS — West Branch sophomore Shaylee Muckleroy had her season end at the Division I girls golf district tournament on Tuesday.

Muckleroy shot an 18-hole score of 96 to tie for 64th place in the 96-golfer field.

The top four teams and top four individuals not on a qualifying team advance to the Division I state tournament at the Ohio State University Gray Course on Oct. 22-23.

Medina Highland sophomore Isabella Goyette was the individual medalist with a 70. She also was the Stow sectional winner with an 8-under-par 63. Goyette placed 12th at state last year as a freshman.

The other individual qualifers include North Canton Hoover senior Abby Blackbmon, fourth overall with a 76, and Green senior Emily Liptak and Brooklyn Millard were fifth with 76s.

The team state qualifiers were Rocky River Magnificat, which won its first district title with 318, Medina Highland was second with a 324, Massillon Jackson was third with a 337 and Kent Roosevelt was fourth with a 334.

None of the teams from the Warren sectional finished in the top six.

PAC set for Avalon course

WARREN — The Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) will kick off the fall championships season with its annual Fall Golf Championships today and Thursday and will be hosted by Avalon Golf & Country Club.

The 36-hole event will have the men playing at Avalon Lakes in Warren, while the women will play at Avalon at Squaw Creek in Vienna. The two rounds will get under way at 10:30 a.m. each day.

This year’s PAC Championships feature a 54-hole stroke play event, with 36 holes contested this fall and another 18 holes played in April.

Five golfers will make up a team, with the lowest four scores per round from the designated five-player squad used in team score compilation.

The final 18 holes of the men’s championship are scheduled for April 23 at Oglebay Resort’s Speidel Golf Club in Wheeling, W.Va. with a round on the Robert Trent Jones, Sr. course.

The women’s championship will wrap up on April 25 at Cedarbrook Golf Course in Belle Vernon.

The combined 54-hole team totals will determine PAC team champions and winners of the league’s automatic qualifying bids to the 2022 NCAA Division III championships.

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