Friday, December 9, 2022

Richmond, Opalko lead Geneva to third-place at Madison

MADISON—Ayden Richmond and Kole Opalko both tied for fourth place overall in leading Geneva to a third-place finish at the Bronko Invitational at Madison Country Club on Thursday.

Richmond and Opalko carded identical 78s to finish among the top five individual golfers at the annual event.

The Eagles finished with 332 points behind tournament champion Jefferson, who combined to score 322, and second-place South Range with 329.

Devin Morrison and Caleb Nugent each shot 88 to tie for 14th place and Hunter Metz also finished among the top 20 with a 92, good for 19th place.

Kirtland finished in fifth place with 363 points while Perry and Wickliffe were seventh and eighth, respectively, with 386 and 417.

Kirtland’s Victor Alfieri tied for eighth place with an 84 and teammate Arron Shultz was 13th with an 87.

Perry’s Brad Peters was the only other Chagrin Valley Conference golfer to finish among the top 20. He placed tied for 19th with a 92.

Lakeside also competed in the event but did not score as a team.

Team Scores

1. Jefferson 322
2. South Range 329
3. Geneva 332
4. Austintown-Fitch 350
5. Kirtland 363
6. Howland 377
7. Perry 386
8. Wickliffe 417
9. St. John 601

Leaderboard

  1. Brock Bean, Jefferson 73
  2. Zach Ashba, Jefferson 77
  3. Gavin Burdorff, South Range 77
  4. Ayden Richmond, Geneva 78
  5. Kole Opalko, Geneva 78
  6. Kaiden Sykes, South Range 78
  7. Dom Kapics, Fitch 82
  8. Victor Alfieri, Kirtland 84
  9. Nate Cene, Fitch 84
  10. Chase Pascarella, Jefferson 86
  11. Josh Furman Jefferson 86
  12. Garrett Sheets, South Range 86
  13. Arron Shultz, Kirtland 87
  14. Devin Morrison, Geneva 88
  15. Caleb Nugent, Geneva 88
  16. Gavin Pahanish, South Range 88
  17. Dylan Roby, Fitch 89
  18. Ryan Unger, Howland 91
  19. Brad Peters, Perry 92
  20. Hunter Metz, Geneva 92
  21. Ethan Dejacimo, Howland 92
  22. Liam Crouch, Madison 93
  23. Calvin Cackowski, Wickliffe 93
  24. Conner Anderson, Geneva 94
  25. Ben Beres, Kirtland 95
  26. Adrian Puz, Fitch 95
  27. Austin Davidson, Madison 96
  28. Tyler Schubert, Perry 96
  29. Nick Beard, Howland 96
  30. Bobby Ray, Jefferson 96
  31. Phillip Naples, South Range 96
  32. Zach Szymczak, Kirtland 97
  33. Cory Philips, Jefferson 97
  34. Andrew Fryfogle, South Range 97
  35. Julian Fodor, Perry 98
  36. Evan McClain, Howland 98
  37. Jake Morton, Perry 100
  38. Tim Lowery, Kirtland 101
  39. CJ Studer, Fitch 103
  40. Ben Bronson, Howland 104
  41. Ryan Latkovich, Wickliffe 105
  42. David Anderson, Perry 107
  43. Logan Bausman, Madison 108
  44. Noah Telisman, Wickliffe 108
  45. Reese VanArnhem, Kirtland 111
  46. Ashton Jones, Lakeside 111
  47. Jackson Roberts, Perry 111
  48. A.J. Levon, Wickliffe 111
  49. Jake Lanterman, Fitch 115
  50. Gabe Stoeher, Wickliffe 120
  51. Robbie Veri, Wickliffe 123
  52. Ty Hamilton, Lakeside 132
  53. Trevor Rexrode, Lakeside 133
  54. Kameron Crockett, Lakeside 136
  55. Sam Housal, St. John 138
  56. John Biggin, St. John 140
  57. Nahtan Wilms, St. John 151
  58. Anya Shilchick, St. John 166
  59. Rosie Madigal, St. John 171
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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