Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Hawken punches ticket to state tournament

Hawken finished second at the Division II Windmill Lakes District Tournament on Tuesday and earned a berth in next week’s state tournament in Columbus.

The Hawks finished with 319 strokes, just one behind district champion Triway, who finished with 318.

Cooper Bryan led the Hawks with a 75, Quinn Petersen carded an 80, and Peyton O’Keefe and Jack Zeid rounded out the scoring with duplicate 82s. Vince Vomberger also competed for the Hawks and finished the tournament with an 83.

Orange’s Jack Stover can hitch a ride down to Columbus with the Hawks as he qualified for the state tournament as an individual.

Stover shot a 75 to tie for second place overall. The top three individuals not on a qualifying team advanced to state.

The Lions placed sixth as a team.

Beachwood’s Matt Blumenthal and Edgewood’s Mason Feather both shot 79 to tie for 12th place. Beachwood’s James O’Neill and Grand Valley’s Hagan Hejduk both shot 80 to tie for 15th place.

TEAM SCORES

Team Place: * Indicates qualifying team.

1. Triway* 318 (Gavin Stutz 75, Griffin Braun 81, Carter Schmid 82, Brock Tisko 93, Tyler Snyder 80); 2. Hawken* 319 (Cooper Bryan 75, Peyton Okeefe 82, Quinn Petersen 80, Jack Zeid 82, Vince Vomberger 83); 3. Keystone* 327 (Jake Morgan 80, Ian Morgan 77, Tyler Crowell 90, Jack Senghas 80, Grant Hartley 103); 4. SVSM 328; 5. Rootstown 329; 6. Orange 330; 7. Waynedale 333; 8. Jefferson Area 335; 9. NDCL 344; 10. Struthers 348; 11. Ursuline 353; 12. Beachwood 356; 13. Northwest 0; 14. Orrville 0; 15. South Range 0; 16. CVCA 0; 17. Luth. West 0; 18. Northwestern 0; 19. Lake Catholic 0; 20. Grand Valley 0; 21. Edgewood 0; 22. Mooney 0; 23. Salem 0; 24. Champion 0;

Individual Scores: * Indicates qualifying individual.

1. Dominik Cosic*(Lake Catholic) 73; 2. Gavin Stutz(Triway) 75, Deegan Bee*(Waynedale) 75, Jack Stover*(Orange) 75, Cooper Bryan(Hawken) 75; 6. Cole Hostetler(Rootstown) 76, Chaz Ekoniak(Struthers) 76; 8. Ian Morgan(Keystone) 77, Rocco Turner (Mooney) 77; 10. Ean Miller(Waynedale) 78, Mason Bartholomy(Rootstown) 78; 12. Anthony Hayek(SVSM) 79, Matt Blumenthal(Beachwood) 79, Mason Feather (Edgewood) 79; 15. Tyler Snyder(Triway) 80, Jake Morgan(Keystone) 80, Jack Senghas(Keystone) 80, James ONeill(Beachwood) 80, Aiden Cannone (CVCA) 80, Quinn Petersen(Hawken) 80, Hagan Hejduk (Grand Valley) 80, Blake Bower(Rootstown) 80; 23. Griffin Braun(Triway) 81, Zach Huscusson (Northwest) 81, Jackson Fellinger(Orange) 81; 26. Carter Schmid(Triway) 82, Nick Wierzbicki(SVSM) 82, Peyton Okeefe(Hawken) 82, Jack Zeid(Hawken) 82, Ben Daher(NDCL) 82, Brock Bean(Jefferson Area) 82, Zach Ashba(Jefferson Area) 82; 33. Patrick Witschey(SVSM) 83, Vince Vomberger(Hawken) 83, Nicco Sabella(Ursuline) 83; 36. Harrison Pumphrey(SVSM) 84, Andreas Reider(NDCL) 84, Chase Pascarella(Jefferson Area) 84, Ken Williams (Champion) 84; 40. Gavin Pahanish (South Range) 85, Ryley Stefanek(NDCL) 85; 42. Dillon Fellinger(Orange) 86, Cameron Pykare(Struthers) 86; 44. Joshua Furman(Jefferson Area) 87, Chance Laczko(Struthers) 87, Thomas Pesa(Ursuline) 87, Nick Colbert (Salem) 87; 48. Ajay Desphande(Orange) 88, Joe Buchholz (Northwestern) 88, Bobby Ray(Jefferson Area) 88; 51. Trey Barkman(Waynedale) 89, Toby McAllister (Orrville) 89, Nolan Froelich(Ursuline) 89; 54. Tyler Crowell(Keystone) 90; 55. Mark Yoder(Waynedale) 91; 56. Brock Tisko(Triway) 93, Jack Alexander(NDCL) 93, Cole Webster(NDCL) 93; 59. Truman Williams(Orange) 94, Drew Riley(Beachwood) 94, Cam Forsyth(Ursuline) 94; 62. Nathan Galambos(Rootstown) 95; 63. Chase Forsyth(Ursuline) 97; 64. Matt Fiedler(SVSM) 98, Landon Gatti(Waynedale) 98; 66. Brady Clyde(Struthers) 99; 67. Grant Hartley(Keystone) 103, Shane Young(Beachwood) 103; 69. Gabe Connor(Beachwood) 107, Ashton Sopko (Luth. West) 107; 71. Lane McKenzie(Rootstown) 108; 72. Andrew Day(Struthers) 112;

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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