SOURCE: By Ben Stroup – [email protected]
Sisters Mia and Leila Raines, Galena residents, took prime honors of their respective divisions because the Central Ohio Golf Academy kicked off its summer time tour with the Adam Tobias Jr. Open Monday and Tuesday at Denison Golf Membership.
Mia received the women’ 13-15 age group with a two-day whole of 158. She carded an 80 on day one, amassing birdies on every of the primary two holes, and added a 78 with two extra birdies within the second spherical.
Audrey Keplar completed second within the division with a mixed rating of 168.
Leila, competing within the 16-18 age group, received with a two-day whole of 135. The current Olentangy Berlin grad and Michigan State commit had 13 birdies over the course of the occasion.
Gracie Baun, who performed for Olentangy Liberty final season, completed fourth within the division with a 175.
Stephen Ma received the boys’ 13-15 age group with a 153, whereas Dublin’s Zach Burton took prime honors within the 16-18 division with a 145. Delaware’s Kyle Smetiouk was third within the youthful division with a 160.
Corbin Bentley, who will probably be a senior subsequent college yr at Olentangy Orange, completed second with a 150. Bentley had one in every of three eagles the sector carded over the course of the match, taking pictures a 3 on the par-five sixth.
Bryce Reed, who performed at Berlin final fall, and Luke Gazarek, who was at Delaware Hayes, every earned top-10 finishes within the boys’ 16-18 age group. Reed completed sixth with a mixed 156 whereas Gazarek was ninth with a 158.
Subsequent up, the tour will shift to Darby Creek for the Garsen Shootout June 17-18. It’s the second occasion of the tour’s five-tournament slate.
Hidden Valley Gap in One: Dan Bania of Delaware scored a gap in a single at Hidden Valley Golf Course Monday afternoon. He did it with an eight iron on the No. 9 gap.