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St. Marys junior Carter Bowman fired a 3-under 33 to lead the St. Marys boys golf team to a 163-166 win over the Shawnee Indians in a Western Buckeye League opener at Northmoor on Monday.
Bowman missed out on the school record by one stroke. Both Mark Bergman in 2001 and Drew Paulus in 2003 shot 32s, the program’s best.
St. Marys’ Colin Burke added a 39. Kyle Kiefer had a 41 to lead the Roughriders (1-0, 1-0 WBL) to a win.
Ian Hasting paced Shawnee with a one-over par 37. colin Hennon had a 42, and Jordan Cole shot a 43.
Monday's Sports Scores
St. Marys 163, Shawnee 166
New Bremen 177, Coldwater 204
Minster 153, Fort Recovery 173
Bath 141, Celina 161
New Bremen 201, Coldwater 212
Shawnee 5, St. Marys 0
Celina 5, Bath 0
Wapakoneta 4, Kenton 1
A look at the area football teams in the Midwest Athletic Confernece as the preseason begins:
Head Coach: Bryan Rioch (103-46, 14 seasons)
Wednesday, Aug. 7
Covington Invitational, 8 a.m.
Miss. Valley/Russia at Minster, 3 p.m.
MINSTER — The Minster girls golf team hosted the Minster Classic, a unique-style tournament, at Arrowhead on Tuesday. The event featured a scoring system that had each team choose its best score from that hole from its entire team. Each golfer had to contribute at least one hole’s score.
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Dominic Guarnieri was involved in the University of Findlay golf program for about half of former head coach Al Baker’s 21 seasons at the university.
Guarnieri’s rise to the Director of Golf position at Findlay makes perfect sense, but the St. Marys Memorial grad doesn’t take the opportunity for granted.
“To have your dream job at 30 years old, that’s something amazing,” Guarnieri said.
MINSTER — Zach Wilker worked out of a bases loaded jam in the top of the first inning, tip-toed out of another tight spot in the second inning and then never looked back.
Wilker tossed a five-hit shutout and St. Marys needed just three hits in a 1-0 win over Fort Loramie on Friday night in loser’s bracket game in the district ACME tournament at Hanover Street Park.
In the second game, Minster stayed unbeaten in district play with a 6-1 win over the Anna Rockets. Minster advances to play on Sunday.