Perrysburg junior Sydney Deal broke a new school record, a 10-under 62, at the Edison Invitational at Thunderbird South in Huron on Wednesday.
She broke her old record of 66 at White Pines last year.
The Yellow Jackets finished second in the tournament with a score of 340. Other scores were Ariyah Elllis 85, Olivia Eisaman 95 and Paige Feldkamp 98.
In other action this week, the Jackets finished second in their tournament, the Perrysburg Yellow Jacket Open at White Pines.
The scores were Deal, 71, Feldkamp 84, Ellis 85 and Eisaman 91. Deal finished second.
Saint Ursula was medalist with 290.
The girls from Bowling Green High School also participated in the tournament and carded 445. They were led by Lily Pollick with 102.
Bobcats dominate Archbold in women’s tennis
BOWLING GREEN 5, ARCHBOLD 0
The Bowling Green High School women’s tennis team defeated Archbold, 5-0, in a non-championship tennis match at Bowling Green State University on Tuesday.
In singles for BG, Libby Barnett beat Meghan Taylor 6-1.6-0, Julia Barnett beat Mackenzie Brennan, 6-0, 6-0, and Sarah Mathey beat Aubri Delaney, 6-2, 6-1.
The double BG team of Audrey Geyman and Hannah Mathey beat Gracie Wolf and Kacie Wolf, 6-1.6-0, and Audra Hammer and Audrey Nester beat Katie Stoner and Karis Wyse, 6-0, 6-3 .
BOWLING COURT 4, WAPAKONETA 1
PERRYSBURG — The Bowling Green High School women’s tennis team defeated Wapakoneta, 4-1, in an Ohio Tennis Coaches Association Tag Team Tournament tennis match at the Perrysburg Tennis Center on Monday.
In singles, Libby Barnett (BG) beat Bailey Barrett, 6-1.6-2 and Julia Barnett (BG) beat Addie Cooper 6-0, 6-0. In Wapakoneta’s only victory, Elisabeth Good beat Teeda Cromwell, 6-0, 6-2.
BG won both doubles matches as Audrey Geyman and Hannah Mathey beat Brook Minnig and Kierra Siefring. 3-6.6-2, 1-0 (10-5) in a barnburner that fell to the wire.
“In the tightest match of the day at the first double, Brook Minnig and Kierra Siefring started really strong in the first set and capitalized on some errors from Geyman and Mathey,” BG coach Andy Drumm said.
“Geyman and Mathey were able to get a quick break in the second set and with big serves and killer volleys they were able to close out the second set,” Drumm continued.
“In the third set tiebreaker, Mathey and Geyman were able to land some big first serves and force some errors from Hamill/Kohler to go up 9-2. After a few shaky points, Mathey/Geyman were able to wrap up the tiebreaker 10-5.
In the second doubles, Audra Hammer and Audrey Nester (BG) defeated Abbie Hamill and Jenna Kohler, 6-3, 6-3.
ELMORE — In a girls’ golf tournament hosted by Woodmore High School on Monday, Lake finished tied for fifth out of 15 teams.
Sarah Patrick placed third individually, shooting a 44-41—85. Marissa Cline of Hopewell-Loudon was the medalist with an 80 and Kamil Stevens of Danbury was second with an 84.
Other Flyers who contributed were Abby Loving (49-49—98), Jessie Mickens (60-64—124) and Grace Collins (67-63—130).
Additionally, Lake’s Addison Schultz shot 69-68—137 and Hailey Gobbell scored 75-76—151.
Hopewell-Loudon (344) won the Tag Team Championship, followed by Danbury (408), Huron (420), Gibsonburg (431), Lake (437), Oak Harbor (437), Woodmore (442), Elmwood (445) , Sandusky St. Mary (456), Sandusky Perkins (457), Genoa (498), Willard (532) and Eastwood, Tiffin Calvert and Port Clinton did not have enough golfers for a team score.