Several local boys golf teams competed in their conference’s post-season tournament Thursday.
The Central Buckeye Conference held their boys’ 18-hole tournament at The Ridge and Gardens Golf Course in Marysville.
Indian Lake’s varsity team finished 4th in the Mad River Division with a 364.
Camden Tuttle, who tied for 3rd place, led the way for the Lakers with an 81, Tyler Michael carded a 92, Maddux Hall shot a 94, Joe Cummins recorded a 97, Regan Ross tallied a 105, and Cooper Hall had a 106.
Tuttle was named to the CBC First Team, Maddux Hall earned Second Team All-League honors and Joe Cummins was given the Sportsmanship Award.
Northwestern won the Mad River Division title.
Team scores: 1. Northwester 343, 2. Urbana 347, 3. Graham 363, 4. Indian Lake 364, 5. North Union 377, and 6. Benjamin Logan 386.
Tate Armstrong from Urbana was named Player of the Year.
In the Kenton Trail Division, Bellefontaine finished 5th with a 351.
For the Chiefs, Austin Hammond shot a 77, which was good for a 4th place finish. Collen Brugler shot an 86, Joseph Boop had a 93, and Rory Pierce carded a 95.
Hammond finished the season 2nd in points in the Kenton Trail, he was also named First Team All-CBC.
Joseph Boop received the CBC Sportsmanship Award for Bellefontaine.
Jonathan Alder won the Kenton Trail Division.
Team scores: 1. Jonathan Alder 299, 2. Shawnee 340, 3. Kenton Ridge 343, 4. London 348, 5. Bellefontaine 351, and 6. Tecumseh 368.
You can see more from the CBC boys’ post-season golf tournament here.
In the Three Rivers Conference, Riverside finished 7th with a team score of 390.
For the Pirates, Jaxon Woods led the way with an 84, Gavin Robinson shot a 99, Ayden Clary tallied a 103, Reece Jenkins carded a 104, Drew Jones had a 106, and Hayden McCully recorded a 113.
Woods earned First Team All-TRC and Jones earned Honorable Mention.
Covington won the Three Rivers Conference title.
Team scores: 1. Covington 343, 2. Troy Christian 364, Lehman Catholic 365, 4. Bethel 367, 4. Miami East 367, 6. Milton-Union 368, and 7. Riverside 390.
You can see more from the TRC boys’ post-season golf tournament here.
*Photos submitted by Jamie Ross