Ironton golfers bounce back big
WEST PORTSMOUTH — The Ironton Fighting Tigers put the past in the past.
After finishing third in the SEOAL meet on Tuesday, the Ironton golf team turned its attention to the present with a strong performance Saturday at the Portsmouth Clay tri-match.
Ironton shot a 149-team score — its second best of the season — while host Clay had a 161 and South Webster had a 194.
“We bounced back. We have to turn our focus on the sectional and hope we perform well. Hopefully this will give us some momentum,” said Ironton coach Jeff Kerns.
Ironton will play at 9 a.m. Tuesday in the sectional tournament at Shawnee.
The Fighting Tigers’ Josh Zornes fired a 34 and shared medalist honors with two other golfers.
Andy Holtzapfel and Josh Cooke each had solid rounds of 37 for Ironton while Josh Mullins carded a 41 and Mason Weisgarber and Jonathan Williams each shot a 42.