Sunday, August 20, 2000

Cincinnati prep results




Boys golf
               Hamilton Elks Charity Golf Tournament (Par 72)

Team scores: 1. Lakota West 300; 2. St. Xavier 306; 3. Moeller 311; 4. Fairfield 314; 5. Hamilton 315; 6. Elder 316; 7. Mid. Fenwick 326; 8. Sycamore 331; 9. Middletown 333; 10. Hamilton Badin 334; 11. (tie) Lakota East, Anderson and Talawanda 335; 14. (tie) Edgewood and Northwest 340; 16. Lebanon 341.

        Individuals: 1. Adam Lawson, Edgewood, finished with even-par 72 (won playoff with birdie on first playoff hole; 2. Kenton Hobbs, Lakota West. Lakota West individuals: Roddy Stieger 75; Brant Hubert 76; Ryan Williams 77; Matt Kushman 78; Kevin Buhrlage 79.

        Oak Hills 162, Fenwick 171

        Medalist: Manning (F) with a two-over 38 on the Woodside Course at Weatherwax. Others: Kreke (F) 39, Vollmer (O) 39. Records: O 3-0, F 3-1.

        Lakota East 300, St. Xavier 306, Moeller 311

        Medalist: Adam Lawson (Edgewood) with an even 72 at Hamilton Elks. Co-Medalist: Kenton Hobbes (Lakota) with an even 72 at Hamilton Elks.

       



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