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Sports Roundup Aug. 12 - updated
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Sports Roundup Aug. 12



Wayne Trace took 10th and Paulding finished 15th in the Defiance Invitational at Eagle Rock Golf Course on Monday.

Wauseon won the tournament with a 316 followed by Napoleon at 327 and Van Wert with a 342. The Raiders carded a 379 and the Panthers posted a 460.

Corbin Linder and Alec Vest shot an 88 and 89, respectively, to lead the red, white and blue. Chris Davis followed with a 99 while Evan Baughman posted a 103 and Brady Stabler chipped in a 106.

Paulding was led by Ben Heilshorn at 95 and Justin Adams posted a 105. Damon Egnor and Kaleb Becker recorded a 121 and 139, respectively.



1 Wauseon 316

2 Napoleon 327

3 Van Wert 342

4 Defiance 345

5 Bryan 361

6 Celina. 361

7 North Central 371

8 Stryker 375

9 Ayersville 377

10 Wayne Trace 379

11 Ottawa Glandorf 390

12 Tinora 390

13 Archbold 395

14 Fairview 456

15 Paulding 460


Dual match: Edgerton 202, Antwerp 206



Wayne Trace’s Emilie Linder and Paige Rahrig finished seventh and 10th individually in the Lincolnview Invitational at Hickory Sticks Golf Course on Monday.

Linder shot a 90 to place seventh while Rahrig carded a 94 for 10th place.

In action last week, Linder shot a 49 and Rahrig finished with a 52 as the duo competed against Defiance and Coldwater at Pleasant Valley Golf Course.





Paulding competed in the Lincolnview Invitational at Hickory Sticks Golf Course on Monday with the Lady Panthers posting a fifth place finish at 422.

Jerika Bland and Rachel Mourey each had a 101 for the maroon and white with Alyssa Shelmadine carding a 105. Ellie Miller also posted a 115 for Paulding.



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