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Morgan gets state golf berth

Published 2:24am Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Jim Walker

jim.walker@irontontribune.com

 

PATASKALA — Brent Morgan has another golf match this season.

Although his Coal Grove teammates finished the season at the Division III district golf tournament, Morgan earned an extra match as he qualified as an individual for the state golf tournament.

Morgan — a sophomore — shot a 76 and was one of four individual qualifiers Tuesday at the district tournament held at Cumberland Trail Golf Course.

The Div. III state tournament will be held Friday and Saturday, Oct. 12-13, at the North Star Golf Resort in Sunbury.

The Hornets shot 357 as a team with Conor Markins carding an 86, Cody Davidson 91, Brandon Adkins 104 and Justin Mullens 118.

Davison and Mullens are seniors, Markins a junior and Adkins a sophomore.

Wellington and Columbus Academy tied for the low team score at 309, but Wellington won the tiebreaker by one stroke to claim the district title.

The other two teams qualifying for the state tournament were Tree of Life Christian and Sugarcreek Garaway.

Other individual state qualifiers were Cameron Michalak of Grove City Christian, Jeg Coughlin of Village Academy and Branden Offenberger of Waterford.

Michalak and Mark David Wright of Tree of Life tied for medalist honors and each shot a 73.

Division III District Golf

Team Scores

Columbus Academy* 309

Wellington* 309

Tree of Life Christian* 319

Garaway* 321

Newark Catholic 321

Belpre 335

Buckeye Trail 335

Wheelersburg 338

Waterford 356

Coal Grove 357

*-Denotes state qualifying team

Top Individual State Qualifiers

Cameron Michalak, Grove City Christian 73

Jeg Coughlin, Village Academy 74

Brent Morgan, Coal Grove 76

Branden Offenberger, Waterford 77

Medalist

Cameron Michalak, Grove City Christian 73

Mark David Wright, Tree of Life Christian 73

  • bleedingheart

    Congratulations, Brent!!! All those long hours of practice have paid off. Great Kid, Great Accomplishment!!

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