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Dalton golfers headed to sectional tournament

Dalton’s Preston Wenger, Zach Brahler and Trevor Horst. Dalton’s golf team came in second at the WCAL championship Friday.


DGKN staff report

Dalton’s golf team’s goal is to finish as one of the top three teams this week at the sectional tournament.

The Bulldogs have seen much success this season and seem to be headed in the right direction toward the district tournament. Dalton finished second at the WCAL championship Friday.

The Bulldogs shot a 347 as a team. Top scores were Jaden Schlabach 78, Preston Wenger 84, Todd Brahler 92, Brendan Lehman 93. Dalton’s record is 20-2 overall and 16-2 in the WCAL.

Waynedale topped Dalton and shot a 340 to win the championship. Deegan Bee medalist with 74, Ean Miller 79, Trey Barkman 92, Mark Yoder 95, according to Waynedale Athletics on Facebook.

On Saturday, Dalton finished 4th overall at the State Farm Invitational. The Bulldogs shot 333 as a team. Top scores were Preston Wenger 77, Jaden Schlabach 80, Trevor Horst 87, Todd Brahler 89.

Waynedale golf finished 6th out of 16 teams. Ean Miller earned top 10 honors with a 75. Other scores for the Bears include: Deegan Bee 83, Trey Barkman 85, Mark Yoder 95.

“The players worked hard and played well this season,” said Dalton’s Head Coach Jeff Feller. “We now have our sights set on the OHSAA sectional tournament this Wednesday at Pine Hills. Our team goal is to finish as one of the top 3 teams so we can continue on to the district tournament.”

Orrville varsity golf finished 5th place at the PAC Championship Sept. 20 at Prestwick Country Club, according to The Red Riders had a strong showing from senior Toby McAllister, 82, junior Noah Mulpas, 89, and seniors Cole Gravatt and Isaac Leggett, 106. Triway placed first with 335 points, Cuyahoga Christian Academy placed second with 352 points, Manchester came in third with 368, Northwest was fourth with 375, Orrville shot 383, Tuslaw placed sixth with 389 and Fairless came in seventh with 400 points.

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