Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Geneva, three individuals advance to districts

Sectional golf tournaments continued on Monday with one Chagrin Valley Conference team and several individuals earning a berth into next week’s district tournament round.

Geneva shot a 327 as a team to finish fourth in the Division I Quail Hollow Sectional. The top four teams advanced to the district tournament.

Ayden Richmond led the Eagles with a 76, good for ninth place overall. Kole Opalko shot an 82, Hunter Metz carded an 84, and Connor Anderson closed out the team scoring with an 85. Max Booth also competed and finished the round with a 112.

Lakeside, West Geauga, and Harvey also competed at the Quail Hollow Sectional. The Dragons finished 13th with 405 strokes, West Geauga was 15th with 440, and Harvey shot a 500 to place 16th.

Chagrin Falls narrowly missed advancing as a team out of the Division I Windmill Lakes sectional.

The Tigers shot a 318, just two strokes behind fourth-place Stow-Munroe Falls. Only the top four teams advanced to the district tournament.

Sven Nielsen did qualify as an individual for the Tigers. He shot a 76 to tie for fifth place and then earned his district berth by winning a game of rock, paper, scissors to break the tie.

Chagrin Falls also advanced a pair of golfers in the Division I girls’ sectional tournament at Old Avalon.

While the Tigers placed fifth as a team—with only the top four teams advancing to the district tournament—Cristina Joseph and Ali Holtz placed 11th and 14th, respectively, to finish as one of the top four individuals not on a qualifying team. Joseph shot an 85 while Holtz carded an 87.

Geneva placed 14th with 537 strokes. Lakeside also competed at the sectional but did not score as a team.

BOYS DIVISION I — QUAIL HOLLOW

Qualifiers: Top 4 teams and 4 individuals not on a qualifying team.

Team Place:

1. St. Ignatius* 282 (Nick Piesen 69, Topher Reed 72, Bradley Chill 73, Connor Malicki 77, Julian Dugan 68); 2. University School* 296 (Tommy Vrablic 70, Chris Bridge 74, Sachin Singh 73, Adam Sands 79, Drew Torzok 81); 3. Shaker Hts.* 314 (Robert Kimmel 72, Quintin Garnett 89, Noah Rusnak 86, Kevin Spring 76, Alec Miller 80); 4. Geneva* 327 (Ayden Richmond 76, Kole Opalko 82, Hunter Metz 84, Connor Anderson 85, Max Booth 112); 5. Riverside 341; 6. Mayfield 346; 7. Mentor 350; 8. Chardon 353; 9. North 368; 10. Madison 378; 11. Benedictine 382; 12. Will. South 383; 13. Lakeside 405; 14. Brush 423; 15. West Geauga 440; 16. Harvey 500; 17. Cle. Heights 564;

Individual Scores: * Indicates qualifying individual.

1. Julian Dugan(St. Ignatius) 68; 2. Nick Piesen(St. Ignatius) 69; 3. Tommy Vrablic(University School) 70; 4. Robert Kimmel(Shaker Hts.) 72, Topher Reed(St. Ignatius) 72; 6. Bradley Chill(St. Ignatius) 73, Sachin Singh(University School) 73; 8. Chris Bridge(University School) 74; 9. Ayden Richmond(Geneva) 76, Kevin Spring(Shaker Hts.) 76; 11. Connor Malicki(St. Ignatius) 77; 12. Cullan Jackson*(Riverside) 79, Adam Sands(University School) 79; 14. Louis LeGanke*(Mentor) 80, Brayden Abbott*(Riverside) 80, Alec Miller(Shaker Hts.) 80; 17. Austin Davidson(Madison) 81, Drew Torzok(University School) 81, Ryan Boyd*(Will. South) 81; 20. Kole Opalko(Geneva) 82, Ryan Spaulding(Riverside) 82; 22. Hunter Metz(Geneva) 84, Jake Arth(Mayfield) 84; 24. Will Misconish(Benedictine) 85, Tate Goodge(Chardon) 85, Connor Anderson(Geneva) 85; 27. Jack Pickerill(Mayfield) 86, Noah Rusnak(Shaker Hts.) 86; 29. Marco Nerone(Mayfield) 87; 30. Braedon Caldwell(Mentor) 88; 31. Kyle Kovats(Chardon) 89, Hunter Greco(Chardon) 89, Joe Bevack(Mayfield) 89, Quintin Garnett(Shaker Hts.) 89, Matthew Leskiewicz(Will. South) 89; 36. C.J. Goodrich(Chardon) 90, Connor Valaitis(North) 90; 38. Michael Farrell(Brush) 91, Liam Crouch(Madison) 91, Ben Greenberg(Mayfield) 91, Andrew Betz(Mentor) 91, Austin Kiggins(Mentor) 91, Tyler Sauric(North) 91; 44. Rudy Danda(Mentor) 93, Steve Okerwall(North) 93; 46. Michael Pelc(Benedictine) 94, Kamron Crockett(Lakeside) 94, Carson Petrecca(North) 94; 49. Joey Rypinski(North) 95; 50. Zackary Palmer(Lakeside) 96; 51. Michael Lavrisha(Will. South) 97; 52. Kyle Farrell(Brush) 98, Sam Sulka(Chardon) 98; 54. Ben Trambetto(Benedictine) 100, Logan Bausman(Madison) 100, Justin Fankboner(Riverside) 100; 57. Walker Young(Riverside) 101, Landon Lear(West Geauga) 101; 59. Nicholas Vitantonio(Benedictine) 103; 60. Joey DiAlfredi(Harvey) 106, Jack Varckette(Lakeside) 106, Nolan Thomas(Madison) 106; 63. Tanner Jensen(Lakeside) 109; 64. JT Javorek(West Geauga) 110; 65. Max Booth(Geneva) 112; 66. Max Beccia(West Geauga) 113; 67. Adam Gibbons(Madison) 114; 68. Josh Banks(Cle. Heights) 115, Julian Baker(Harvey) 115; 70. Robert Hill(Brush) 116, Colin McKinney(West Geauga) 116, Colin Foley(Will. South) 116; 73. Luke Young(Brush) 118; 74. Nate Schaubert(West Geauga) 122; 75. Finn Murphy(Benedictine) 123, Brendan Lang(Cle. Heights) 123; 77. Ian White(Harvey) 138; 78. Miles Vanek(Harvey) 141; 79. Sincere Pritchett(Brush) 157; 80. Sean Ebgert(Cle. Heights) 160; 81. Tony Jollivette(Cle. Heights) 166; 82. Anthony Frank(Will. South) DNF;

BOYS DIVISION I — WINDMILL LAKES

Qualifiers: Top 4 teams and 4 individuals not on a qualifying team.

Team Place: 

1. Hudson* 307 (Coop Pamer 70, Andrew Yard 77, Sam Fauver 77, James Fliss 84, Callahan Lawler 83); 2. Walsh Jesuit* 307 (Josh Weiner 73, Clark Nemer 75, Parker Kufel 77, Tommy Kadair 82, Paul Kropf 89); 3. Aurora* 316 (Max Devins 77, Jude Abbass 83, Alex Ventimiglia 78, Andrew Leon 78, Anthony Dolata 83); 4. Stow-Munroe Falls* 316 (Dylan Dunn 75, Ben Skripac 77, Joey Desimone 85, Mitchell Tyger 79, Austin Wilhoit 85); 5. Chagrin Falls 318; 6. Marlington 327; 7. Nordonia 328; 8. Tallmadge 337; 9. Solon 347; 10. Kenston 351; 11. Twinsburg 368; 12. Howland 389; 13. Firestone 390; 14. McKinley 396; 15. Cuy. Falls 399; 16. Warren G Harding 402; 17. Streetsboro 416; 18. Alliance 0;

Individual Scores: * Indicates qualifying individual.

1. Coop Pamer(Hudson) 70; 2. Josh Weiner(Walsh Jesuit) 73; 3. Dylan Dunn(Stow-Munroe Falls) 75, Clark Nemer(Walsh Jesuit) 75; 5. Sven Nielsen*(Chagrin Falls) 76, Caleb Fairhurst*(Tallmadge) 76; 7. Max Devins(Aurora) 77, Andrew Yard(Hudson) 77, Sam Fauver(Hudson) 77, Ben Skripac(Stow-Munroe Falls) 77, Parker Kufel(Walsh Jesuit) 77; 12. Blake Hood(Alliance) 78, Alex Ventimiglia(Aurora) 78, Andrew Leon(Aurora) 78, Charlie Mort*(Marlington) 78, Mason Reville(Nordonia) 78, Anthony Payiavlas*(Warren G Harding) 78; 18. John Catney(Chagrin Falls) 79, Max Weber(Nordonia) 79, Mitchell Tyger(Stow-Munroe Falls) 79; 21. Drew Kitzmiller(Nordonia) 80; 22. Drew Mergenhagen(Chagrin Falls) 81, Garett Dillon(Marlington) 81; 24. Charlie Pollock(Chagrin Falls) 82, Connor Battershell(Marlington) 82, Pranav Duvvuri(Twinsburg) 82, Tommy Kadair(Walsh Jesuit) 82; 28. Jude Abbass(Aurora) 83, Anthony Dolata(Aurora) 83, Callahan Lawler(Hudson) 83, Max McNeal(Kenston) 83; 32. James Fliss(Hudson) 84, Aaron Gergely(Tallmadge) 84; 34. Ethan Huly(Howland) 85, Harry Deng(Solon) 85, Jessie Rosner(Solon) 85, Joey Desimone(Stow-Munroe Falls) 85, Austin Wilhoit(Stow-Munroe Falls) 85, Clark Kellar(Warren G Harding) 85; 40. Will Pollack(Kenston) 86, Jack Maglietta(Kenston) 86, Blake Howard(Marlington) 86, Ty Kester(Tallmadge) 86; 44. Henry Westendorf(Chagrin Falls) 87, Nate Strub(Firestone) 87; 46. Eric Dively(Solon) 88; 47. Christopher Wu(Solon) 89, Paul Kropf(Walsh Jesuit) 89; 49. Ty Young(Alliance) 90; 50. Brian Buck(Nordonia) 91, Jacy Yusko(Streetsboro) 91, Josh Baez(Tallmadge) 91, Kasen Frisbee(Tallmadge) 91; 54. Anthony Fisher(McKinley) 92, Jack Phillips(Twinsburg) 92; 56. Tyler Laney(Cuy. Falls) 93, Alec Goodwin(Marlington) 93; 58. Samuel Perrone(McKinley) 94, Rob Prevette(Twinsburg) 94; 60. Joe Hohlefelder(Firestone) 95; 61. Gavin Scocos(Kenston) 96, Aidan Cullers(Solon) 96; 63. Dominic Ragozzino(McKinley) 97; 64. Ben Lafleur(Cuy. Falls) 98, Ben Bronson(Howland) 98, Jack Kubaitis(Kenston) 98, Ben Mallis(Nordonia) 98; 68. Sterling Sparks(Firestone) 99, Kyle Liddle(Streetsboro) 99; 70. Mark Wilson(Cuy. Falls) 100, Dillon Greene(Twinsburg) 100; 72. Paul Stewart(Twinsburg) 101; 73. Cliff Phillips(Howland) 102; 74. Brennan Bell(Alliance) 103; 75. Evan McClain(Howland) 104; 76. Nathan Wilson(Cuy. Falls) 108; 77. Aidan Russell(Firestone) 109, Alex Gumino(Howland) 109; 79. Jordan Vian(Streetsboro) 111; 80. Braylen Schuller(Warren G Harding) 112; 81. Zachary Macik(McKinley) 113; 82. Tyler Paul(Streetsboro) 115; 83. Trent MacLean(Firestone) 116; 84. Ethan Sackett(Cuy. Falls) 117; 85. Cameron Cline(McKinley) 121; 86. Jayden Vyse(Streetsboro) 124; 87. Carter Knupp(Warren G Harding) 127;

GIRLS DIVISION I — OLD AVALON

Qualifiers: Top 4 teams and 4 individuals not on a qualifying team.

Team Place: 

1. Hathaway Brown* 325 (Dixon Hill 78, Kandace Kellon 83, Claire Hickey 85, Christine Kim 79, Madeleine Williams 88); 2. Aurora* 332 (Brooklyn Millard 70, Anjali Mishra 94, Emily Pierce 92, Kayla Tejada 91, Graycn Vidovic 79); 3. Stow-Munroe Falls* 339 (Ellie Ryan 77, Gabriella Berlingieri 81, McKenzie Ickes 83, Anna Hurst 99, Julia Leffel-Elliott 98); 4. Boardman* 343 (Madison Murphy 78, Zoey Fick-Mills 90, Sophia Rivera 89, Noelle Hammar 86, Emily Choleva 94); 5. Chagrin Falls 353; 6. Canfield 357; 7. Kenston 385; 8. Mentor 392; 9. Howland 398; 10. Austintown-Fitch 400; 11. West Branch 401; 12. Chardon 431; 13. McKinley 479; 14. Geneva 537; 15. Lakeside 0; 16. Madison 0; 17. NDCL 0;

Individual Scores: * Indicates qualifying individual.

1. Brooklyn Millard(Aurora) 70; 2. Ellie Ryan(Stow-Munroe Falls) 77; 3. Madison Murphy(Boardman) 78, Dixon Hill(Hathaway Brown) 78; 5. Graycn Vidovic(Aurora) 79, Christine Kim(Hathaway Brown) 79; 7. Gabriella Berlingieri(Stow-Munroe Falls) 81; 8. Jocelyn Zhao*(Canfield) 82; 9. Kandace Kellon(Hathaway Brown) 83, McKenzie Ickes(Stow-Munroe Falls) 83; 11. Cristina Joseph*(Chagrin Falls) 85, Claire Hickey(Hathaway Brown) 85; 13. Noelle Hammar(Boardman) 86; 14. Ali Holtz*(Chagrin Falls) 87, Shaylee Muckleroy*(West Branch) 87; 16. Miya Cohol(Canfield) 88, Madeleine Williams(Hathaway Brown) 88, Hannah Mathias(Lakeside) 88; 19. Sophia Rivera(Boardman) 89; 20. Zoey Fick-Mills(Boardman) 90, Sam Holtz(Chagrin Falls) 90, Bella Lundi(Mentor) 90; 23. Kayla Tejada(Aurora) 91, Ellie Conrad(Chagrin Falls) 91; 25. Emily Pierce(Aurora) 92, Jackie Kinnick(Canfield) 92, Emme Gilbert(Kenston) 92; 28. Cammille Hagan(Austintown-Fitch) 93; 29. Anjali Mishra(Aurora) 94, Emily Choleva(Boardman) 94, Lyndsie Sharp(Chardon) 94, Emme Russ(Mentor) 94; 33. Paige Keller(Canfield) 95, Lachlan Cameron(West Branch) 95; 35. Ella Swartz(Howland) 96, Cadie Matty(Kenston) 96, Tayler Wilber(Lakeside) 96; 38. Jensen Sahli(Austintown-Fitch) 98, Mia Walters(Howland) 98, Samantha Bergansky(Kenston) 98, Julia Leffel-Elliott(Stow-Munroe Falls) 98; 42. Caiden Smith(Austintown-Fitch) 99, Bailey Ulrich(Howland) 99, Caroline Beeman(Kenston) 99, Anna Hurst(Stow-Munroe Falls) 99; 46. Milly Fischer(Chagrin Falls) 100, Annika Tutzer(Kenston) 100, Olivia Bostelman(Mentor) 100; 49. Marissa Bugos(McKinley) 102; 50. Jocelyn Gaggiani(Chardon) 104; 51. Olivia See(Canfield) 105, Jane Bronson(Howland) 105, Ava DeJohn(NDCL) 105, Katie Santee(West Branch) 105; 55. Megan Krueger(Mentor) 108; 56. Brooklynn Stout(Mentor) 109; 57. Katelyn Long(Austintown-Fitch) 110; 58. Maddy Ebersbach(Madison) 112; 59. Jocelyn Bancroft(Madison) 113; 60. Hailee Vandevander(Geneva) 114, Lillian Smith(West Branch) 114; 62. Julia Gehrke(Chardon) 115; 63. Gianna Panzott(Austintown-Fitch) 118, Gabby Walland(Chardon) 118, Madi Mullins(Madison) 118; 66. Carissa Meehan(Howland) 121; 67. Abbigayle Tagle(Geneva) 122, Maia Kover(McKinley) 122; 69. Maddie Slish(NDCL) 123; 70. Hayden Mesler(West Branch) 125; 71. Ryssa Coudriet(McKinley) 127; 72. Haylie Srbinovich(McKinley) 128; 73. Rylie Sosnowski(McKinley) 136; 74. Adrianna Ellis(Geneva) 140; 75. Faith Kilfoyle(Chardon) 142; 76. Kaylee Daley(NDCL) 157; 77. Sophia Bell(Geneva) 161; 78. Ciara Wunsch(Madison) DNS, Izzy Federici(Madison) DNS;

Steve Harehttp://www.ohiovarsity.com
Steve Hare is the Chagrin Valley Conference's Sports Information Director. He also created and publishes OhioVarsity.com, an online publication dedicated to providing hyperlocal coverage to area high school athletic programs. Hare began covering high school sports for the Lake County News Herald in 1997. Hare attended Willoughby South High School through the middle of his senior year, then graduated from Berkshire High School in Burton in 1986. He played football, wrestled and was an all-Geauga county baseball player (1986). He lives in Chardon with his wife Paulette and their children.

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