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Golf sectional draws
Local Sports
Wednesday, August 14, 2013 3:01 PM



The Ohio High School Athletic Association recently announced the sectional tournament locations for both boys and girls golf for the 2013 season.

In Division II girls golf, all three county schools will take part in the sectional at Fox’s Den Golf Course in Celina on Tuesday, Sept. 24.

Joining the local trio will be Coldwater, Fort Jennings, Fort Recovery, Lincolnview, Lima Central Catholic, Marion Local, Minster, New Bremen, Parkway, St. Henry and Waynesfield Goshen.

The top three teams and top three individuals will then move on to the district tournament at Sycamore Springs on Monday, Sept. 30.


On the boys side, Paulding remains in Division II and will hit the links at Country Acres Golf Course near Kalida on Thursday, Sept. 26.

Other schools playing with the Panthers include Bryan, Coldwater, Elida, Fostoria, Kenton, Liberty Benton, Napoleon, Ottawa Glandorf, St. Marys and Van Wert.

Moving on to the district will be the top three teams and top four individuals, battling at Red Hawk on Thursday, Oct. 3.

Wayne Trace and Antwerp will each participate in the Division III sectional at Auglaize Golf Course on Thursday, Sept. 26.

Besides the Archers and Raiders, the rest of the field includes Ayersville, Crestview, Fairview, Fort Jennings, Delphos Jefferson, Kalida, Leipsic, Ottoville, Pettisville, Delphos St. John’s and Tinora.

District play will be at Stone Ridge Golf Course on Thursday, Oct. 3, with the top three teams and top four individuals moving on from sectionals.



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