Greeneview’s Mason Witt shot a 72, good for second overall among DII boys. Alter was paced by hot rounds from Jack Norman with a 76, Tommy Grawe with a 77 and Colin Scheimann also with a 77. Oakwood’s top score came from Rylan Quigley with an 82 and Dan Flannery with an 83.
In Division III boys play at Ohio State’s Scarlet Course, Minster finds itself in seventh, Fort Loramie ninth and Botkins twelfth. Grant Voisard led the way for his squad, shooting a 79, good for a tie in 14th; Fort Loramie’s Adam Ballas shot an 83 and is tied for 26th and his teammate Zach Pleiman shot a 85, good for a tie for 32nd.
Boys DII and DIII and girls DII play wraps up tomorrow. The D1 schools tee off next Friday.