Tigers golf remains undefeated


Galion 162 Marion Harding 185

GALION — The beginning of the 2017 golf season continued to be impressive for the Galion linksters on Wednesday when they welcomed Mid-Ohio Athletic Conference foe, the Marion Harding Presidents, to Sycamore Creek.

After their victory on Tuesday against the North Union Wildcats, the Tigers remained undefeated by winning 162-185 over the visiting Presidents. Galion is now 6-0 overall and 6-0 in the MOAC.

Leading the way for the home team on Wednesday was senior Mitch Dyer. Dyer poured in a 39 to edge out teammate Matthew McMullen who shot a 40 nine-hole score. Spencer Keller shot a 41 and Matt Kingseed turned in a scorecard of 42 to round out the Tigers’ kept scores. Dropped scores for the contest were shot by Jack McElligott and Kaleb Harsh, both finishing with a still impressive 43 on the day.

“It was certainly great to see Mitch (Dyer) break 40 tonight,” says Galion head coach Bryce Lehman. “He is always capable of doing so and he just needs to keep this same confidence every match and he will be fine.”

Galion’s season will continue after a short break on Tuesday, August 29 when they play host to one of the new MOAC contenders, the Ontario Warriors.

“I hope we can continue to play this consistent and as we do, we can continue to lower our scores in the process,” finishes the coach.

Galion 168 North Union 225

GALION — On Tuesday, the Galion Tigers hosted the North Union Wildcats in MOAC play at Sycamore Creek Golf Course. This was the Tigers’ first match since finishing second at the Tyger Classic at Twin Lakes Golf Course in Mansfield.

The Tigers were victorious by 57 strokes over the visitors; 168-225. With the victory, Galion sits at 5-0 overall and in the league. Galion’s junior varsity squad also won on Tuesday; 225-244.

McMullen finished the contest with a 38 to earn medalist honors for the home squad. Kingseed chimed in with a 42 and Keller and Dyer rounded out Galion’s scoring, shooting 44 apiece. Harsh finished the day with a 46 while Bronson Dalenberg shot a nine-hole round of 56 in varsity action.

For the jayvee, Jacob Lear shot a 50 to lead the Tigers to victory. Tyler Kruger added a 57 while Aaron Stewart and Alec Dicus finished with scores of 59. Justin Schneider shot a 66 on the day against the Wildcats.

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By Chad Clinger

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