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FAC Golf Nears Season End/Burg Still Controls SOC

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(Above Photo: Chillicothe Girls Golf Team courtesy of Jill Rockhold Haller)

The 4th FAC girls golf match was held on Tuesday evening at The Greens in Washington Courthouse. 

Chillicothe came in with the low score of 196. They were followed by Miami Trace with a 206, McClain with a 238, Jackson 250, Hillsboro 251, and Washington with a 266. 

Match Co-Medalist honors went to Miami Trace’ Libby Aleshire and Chillicothe’s Isabella Fisher who both fired a 40. 

With one more league match and the league tournament left to play the standings are as follows: Miami Trace (18-2), Chillicothe (18-2), McClain (11-9), Jackson (8-12), Hillsboro (3-17), Washington (2-18).

In Monday Boys FAC Golf at Greenfield:
Washington CH 166, McClain 175, Chillicothe 186, Hillsboro 191, Jackson 195, Miami Trace 206

Co-Medalist: Garrett Wahl- Washington CH & Wes Potts – McClain (38)

In the Southern Ohio Conference (SOC), Wheelersburg continues their roll with a convincing win.

Wheelersburg won with a team score 168. Then came Minford 180, Waverly 203, Portsmouth West 216, Northwest 233

Medalist honors went to Owen Mault of Wheelersburg, with a (34).

Miami Trace Wins Monday FAC Girls Golf Match

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Miami Trace won the FAC Girls Golf Match at Hillsboro Elks on Monday evening as they carded a 198. 

Chillicothe finished 2nd with a 218, McClain recorded a 233, Hillsboro came in with a 240, and Jackson rounded out the evening with a 264.  Washington was unable to field a complete team. 

Sharing match medalist honors were Miami Trace senior duo of Libby Aleshire and Alyssa Butler as they each fired a 47.   

WCH Edges McClain For FAC Boys Golf Match #2

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The Washington CH Blue Lions slipped by McClain to win Match #2 of the Frontier Athletic Conference season, at Washington CH Golf Course.

The Blue Lions shot a team score of 176, one stroke better than McClain at 177.

Hillsboro was third at 195, followed by Chillicothe 203, Miami Trace 206 and Jackson 220.

Medalist honors went to McClain’s Wesley Potts with a 40.