Thursday, September 23, 2021

Independence, Perry girls win tournament titles

Independence and Perry claimed team titles at the 2021 Chagrin Valley Conference Preseason Tournament at Punderson Golf Course on Monday.

The Blue Devils finished with 372 points in winning the Chagrin Division while the Pirates shot 426 to win the Valley Division title.

Hawken’s Ella Wong shot a tournament-low 73 to claim medalist honors in the Chagrin Division. Teammate Kate Peterson finished second with an 84. Independence’s Emma Konopa (89) and Molly McGreal (90) and Chagrin Falls Cristina Joseph (89) also finished among the top five.

Edgewood’s Kaci Kanicki was the Valley Division medalist as she shot a 97 to beat Perry’s Addy Trefzger by four strokes. Cuyahoga Heights’ Shai Moore finished third with a 102 and Perry’s Emily Capitosti (103) and Ashley Anderson (107) rounded out the top five.

Independence Girls Golf

GIRLS CHAGRIN DIVISION

Team Scores

1. Independence 372
2. Chagrin Falls 391
3. Lutheran West 423
4. Cuyahoga Heights 464
5. Orange 470
6. Hawken DNS

Individual Results

1. Ella Wong (HAW) 73
2. Kate Peterson (HAW) 84
3. Emma Konopa (IND) 89
3. Cristina Joseph (CF) 89
5. Molly McGreal (IND) 90
6. Ali Holtz (CF) 91
7. Callie Wabeke (LW) 92
8. Hillary Esper (IND) 94
9. Julia Colton (LW) 95
10. Kerry Kelly (ORA) 98
11. Macey McGhee (IND) 99
12. Shai Moore (CH) 102
13. Marley Gabriel (CF) 104
14. Adriann Buyanski (IND) 107
14. Madi Machado (CF) 107
16. Ellie Conrad (CF) 108
17. Julianna Pollard (HAW) 110
18. Bel Trombetta (IND) 111
18. Tess Kemelhar (ORA) 111
20. Milly Fischer (CF) 115
21. Ella Walden (LW) 116
21. Amy Ellis (CH) 116
23. Emma Collins (LW) 120
24. Lauryn Wilson (CH) 121
25. Kylie Leska (ORA) 124
26. Demetria Tsonton (CH) 125
27. Anna Patterson (CH) 130
28. Ronetta Bell-Moore (ORA) 137
29. Marina Caporossi (ORA) 141
30. Virginia Cohn (ORA) 144

VALLEY DIVISION

Team Scores

1. Perry 426
2. Edgewood 465
3. Lakeside 475
4. Berkshire 505
5. Geneva 549
6. West Geauga DNS

Individual Results

1. Kaci Kanicki (EDG) 97
2. Addy Trefzger (PER) 101
3. Emily Capitosti (PER) 103
4. Ashley Anderson (PER) 107
5. Hannah Matthias (LAK) 110
6. Avery Vencill (EDG) 111
7. Emma Pietrzak (PER) 115
8. Tayler Wilber (LAK) 117
9. Jane Javorek (WG) 118
9. Taylor Racut (EDG) 118
11. Meadow Pike (PER) 119
12. Sophia Laudato (BER) 120
13. Katelyn Grim (LAK) 124
13. Marissa Calabri (LAK) 124
15. Grace Louden (BER) 128
16. Aurora Martin (BER) 128
17. Brooke Ruchalski (BER) 129
18. Athena Stute (BER) 130
19. Alyssa Peltz (WG) 132
20. Hope Zagar (BER) 133
20. Hailee Vandevander (GEN) 133
22. Anna Ellis (GEN) 138
23. Alexis Shuttlesworth (GEN) 139
23. Emma Hart-Wood (EDG) 139
23. Alyssa Simunek (CH) 139
26. Faith York (GEN) 140
26. Chae Owens-Wilson (GEN) 140
28. Emily Kusar (PER) 141
29. Sophia Bell (GEN) 142
30. NeVaeh Carlo (LAK) 144

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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