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Ironton golfers 20th at St. Charles

COLUMBUS – Big field, big talent.

Tuesday, September 04, 2001

COLUMBUS – Big field, big talent.

The inexperienced Ironton Fighting Tigers golf team joined a talented 24-team field at the St. Charles Invitational Saturday and placed 20th overall.

Cleveland St. Ignatius won the event with a 294 team score while Dublin Coffman was second at 297. Ironton had a 332 score.

Individually, Ironton was led by Andy Brown who shot a 7-over par 77. Michael McGraw was next with an 83, Joe Crabtree shot an 85, Zack Christian had an 87, and Jeff Parnell carded a 92.

"We didn’t play very well as you can see by the scores, and you can’t do that against a very strong field," Ironton coach Bill Washburn said. "We need a lot more work. We seem to be a little stagnant right now. We need to improve."

Ironton returns to action Tuesday at Shawnee State Park Golf Course against Lucasville Valley and South Webster.

St. Charles Invitational

Team Scores

1. Cleveland St. Ignatius 294, 2. Dublin Coffman 297, 3. Upper Arlington 302, 4. Worthington Kilbourne 305, 5. Walsh Jesuit, Cincinnati St. Xavier 306, 7. Warren John F. Kennedy 310, 8. Covingont (Ky.) Catholic 31, 9. Olentangy 313, 10. Bishop Watterson 313, 11. Columbus Academy 316, 12. Cincinnati Moeller 318, 13. Granville 318, 14. Ashland, Hilliard Davidson 322, 16. St. Francis DeSales 325, 17. St. Charles, Worthington Christian 326, 19. Lima Central Catholic 328, 20. Ironton 332, 21. Kettering Alter 335, 22. Hudson 337, 23. Kalida 347, 24. Toledo Ottawa Hills 357.

 

Top 10 Invidivuals

1. Chris Wilson, Dublin Coffman 70

2. Jason Kokrak, Warren JFK 71

Brian Elsea, Worthington Kilbourne 71

Grant Christman, Worthington Kilbourne 71

5. Ben Smith, Cleveland St. Ignatius 72

Kyle Reifers, Bishop Watterson 72

Colin Biles, Upper Arlington 72

8. Brian Keating, Cin. St. Xavier 73

John Locke, Ashland 73

10. 5-way tie 74