Solomon’s teammates Petrie and Hoban set records in Division I boys’ golf section win


Akron Section I

Archbishop Hoban set a team scoring record at a Division I tournament at Good Park on Tuesday and Knights senior Solomon Petrie set an individual section record at Akron Golf Course.

Hoban shot a section record of 279 and Petrie won the medalist honor with a section record of 65 at Good Park.

Petrie shot 31 on the top nine and 34 on the back nine to lead Hoban to next week’s Division I district tournament at Pine Hills Golf Club in Hinckley. Medina (305), Highland (311) and Cloverleaf (319) were the other three teams to qualify for Pine Hills.

“It was a great day for the golfers in Hoban,” said Knights coach Quinn Parker.

Hoban junior Nolan Haynes was second at Good Park with a 69, Cloverleaf senior Luke Schreck and Medina senior Kyle Salamon each shot 71 tied for third and Hoban junior Jake Ryan was fifth with 72.

The others in the top 10 were Griffin Hrabak (73) of Highland, his Hoban team-mates Chris Pollak (73) and Jack Vojtko (74), Brunswick’s Max Heilbrun (76), Jackson Shaw (77) of Highland and his team-mates from Medina Preston Trumpler (77) and Zach. Parker (77).

Alliance Division I Sectional

Jackson won a tag team title with a score of 303 and Kent Roosevelt rookie Liam Curtis received the medal honor with a 72 card on Tuesday at Tannenhauf Golf Club.

Green (305), North Canton Hoover (314) and Boardman (317) also qualified for the district tournament.

Senior green Matthew Stephan shot a 73 for second. Others in the top 10 were Hoover’s Daniel Gambone (75), Lake’s Jack Armstrong (75), Jackson’s Jordan Kish (75), Boardman’s Luke Ryan (76), Green’s Kyle Smith (76) and teammates Jackson Ted Hoover (76), Fletcher Clark (76) and Max Weber (76).

Ravenna District Division II

Saint-Vincent-St. Mary missed an appearance in a Division II state tournament all of a sudden after finishing fourth in a district tournament at Windmill Lakes Golf Course.

Triway won the district title with 318, Gates Mills Hawken was second with 319 and Lagrange Keystone third with 327. STVM shot a 328.

Dominik Cosic, Catholic junior from Mentor Lake, won the honor of medalist with a 73.

Nordonia's Irelynn Lavelle, right, passes the ball past Hudson's Erica Kutchin in the third set of a volleyball match on Tuesday, October 5, 2021, in Macedonia, Ohio.


Nordonia 25-20-25-25, Hudson 23-25-17-17

Mya Sopata totaled 32 kills in 64 attempts, 19 digs, three aces and two blocks to lead host Knights to a victory over the Explorers on Tuesday night.

Lauren Berger of Nordonia had 55 assists and three aces, and Céline Puscian contributed three aces and two blocks.

Hudson's Rylyn Dearstine, facing, looks to block Nordonia's Mya Sopata's shot in the first set of a volleyball match on Tuesday, Oct.5, 2021, in Macedonia, Ohio.

Highland 25-25-25, Revere 21-16-22

Julia Shaw had 18 kills and had four aces to lead host Hornets to a victory. Alayna Tessena had 19 digs, 11 assists and three aces for Highland, Megan Scavuzzo contributed 18 assists, Kathryn Siliko had 15 assists and Grace Smith had 15 digs.

Copley 25-25-25, Barberton 9-18-12

Moriah Wheeler and Shelby Emich each had five aces for Copley. Wheeler also had seven assists and Emich had 20 assists. Katey Firestine contributed 22 digs.

Coventry 25-25-25, Springfield 9-12-9

Ronnie Meinen had 16 assists, Mallory Meinen had 15 assists and Haley Futrell contributed 14 digs as the Comets (14-3, 11-0) won a Metro Athletic Conference game.


Copley 4, Grande-Madge 1

David Antal won his 200th game as a college football coach when he visited Tallmadge. Charlie Madden, Matthew Luecke, Robbie Rochford and Anthony Worner each score one goal for Copley. Landon Antal, Nolan Magensky and Madden got an assist.

“Getting to know the amazing people, both the players and the parents and their families, has been the best part of it all,” said Antal, 44, who is in his 14th season with his alma mater Copley after five. seasons as coach of GlenOak.

“… My phone is exploding with calls and texts. It is a lesson in humility. I am honored and blessed to still be able to do this in my alma mater, a place close to my heart.”

Revere 2, Kent Roosevelt 1

Trevor Rorabaugh and Adam Hagarty each scored one goal to help the Minutemen (11-0-2, 6-0-0) win an American Conference Suburban League championship.

Ryan Cunningham of Revere made five saves. Alex Horak scored a goal for the Rough Riders (8-4-4, 3-2-1).

North 4, New Philadelphia 2

Mitiki Mwibeleca scored a goal and got an assist to guide the Vikings. Mushtaba Razi, Adnan Alkrad and Jose Garcia all scored one goal for North and Nyaboko Mandongo had two assists.

Bishop Hoban 0, St. Vincent-St. Mary 0

Knights goaltender Ben Thoman (5-6-2) and Irish goaltender Nick Bertolini (12-0-1) each recorded a shutout.

Walsh Jesuit 7, Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph 0

Andre Nassif scored two goals and had an assist to lead the host Warriors. Andrew Conti, Sean Mohlenkamp, ​​Brady Catanzarite, Ryland Bordeaux and Louis Laguardia also scored a goal for Walsh.

– Compiled by Jeff Deckerd and Michael Beaven

Nordonia's Irelynn Lavelle tries to block a Hudson shot in the third set of a volleyball match on Tuesday, Oct.5, 2021, in Macedonia, Ohio.

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