Fredericktown 217, Northmor 273

Ava Parker shot a 49 to lead the Fredericktown girls golf team to a 217-273 victory over Northmor in Knox Morrow Athletic Conference play Sept. 10 at Hiawatha Golf Course in Mount Vernon.

Makayla Frazier (50) and Darienne Hammond (52) were also solid for the Freddies.

Licking Valley 251, Fredericktown 255

Makayla Frazier shot a Fredericktown-best 52. But the Freddies came up just short in a 251-255 loss to Licking Valley in non-league play Sept. 8 at Hiawatha.

Savannah Friend won honors with a 51 and Natalie Banks shot a 52 to lead the Panthers.

Centerburg 172, Northmor 237

Amaiah Gammel shot a match-high 45 to lead the Trojans over the Golden Knights in KMAC play Sept. 9 at Wyandot Golf Course in Centerburg.

Centerburg 172, Clear Fork 193

Gammel fired a match-best 39 to lead the Trojans to a non-league win over the Colts on Sept. 10 at Little Apple Golf Course in Bellville.

Brooke Beer led the Colts with a 41.


Geoff Cowles/News Mount Vernon golfer Byron Justice hits a shot in the Yellow Jackets' matchup against Wooster in OCC play on Aug. 31, 2020 at Chapel Hill Golf Course in Bangs.

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Mount Vernon golfer Byron Justice hits a shot in the Yellow Jackets’ matchup against Wooster in OCC play on Aug. 31, 2020 at Chapel Hill Golf Course in Bangs.

Three players shot 40s and a fourth shot a 41 showing a level of consistency in the Mount Vernon boys golf team this season.

Ben Bridges, Carter Carpenter and Mason Boatright each shot a 40 and Beau Bridges came through with a 41 to lead the Yellow Jackets to a 161-209 win over Mansfield Senior in Ohio Cardinal Conference play at Twin Lakes Golf Course in Mansfield.

Graham Sanders shot a 47 to lead the Tygers in the setback.

Fredericktown 179, Northmor 202, Cardington-Lincoln 228

Will Streby shot a team-best 40 to lead Fredericktown to a pair of wins over Cardington and Northmor in KMAC play Sept. 10 at Hiawatha.

Brady Lester finished with a 44, followed by Ian Muka’s 45 to lead the Freddies.

Grant Bentley shot a 39 to lead all for the Golden Knights.

Highland 176, East Knox 202

Drew Santo won top honors with a 40 to lead the Scots over the Bulldogs in KMAC play Sept. 10 at Apple Valley Golf Course in Howard.

Emerson Grassbaugh was also solid for the Scots, firing a 42 to tie East Knox’s Ryan Morton.


Highland’s Dylan Thomas scored six minutes into a non-league matchup against River Valley. But the Vikings’ Garrett Passet scored the equalizer on a penalty kick with less than 12 minutes left to force a 1-1 draw in non-league action Sept. 8 in Sparta.


Lucy Ogle and Marah Staats each won 6-0, 6-0 matchups to lead the Mount Vernon girls tennis team to a clean sweep 5-0 win over West Holmes in Ohio Cardinal Conference play Sept. 8 at Memorial Park.

Ogle defeated Morgan Heflin in the second singles matchup and Staats beat Jesse Zheng in third singles.

Justine Hull won her first singles matchup over Anistin Gallian 6-0, 6-1; the doubles team of Emma Annett and Anna Dinnen beat Maggie Taylor and Madison Baker 6-4, 6-4 and Molly Clow and Leah Gourley finished off the Yellow Jacket sweep with a 6-0, 6-2 win over Rosanna Miller and Sidney Rolince.


Keon Boney found Gerardo Molina to finally break the scoring seal of a scoreless game for the Mount Vernon Nazarene University men’s soccer team.

But the goal only served to start a scoring barrage as host Rio Grande scored twice over the next four minutes to take a 2-1 decision in non-conference play Sept. 9 in Rio Grande.

Charlie Chechlacz scored the equalizer in the 85th minute before Silas Machado provided the game-winning goal for the Red Storm in the 87th minute.

Joshua Dunn had 11 saves in goal for the Cougars (0-1) and Josh Wilson stopped four shots for Rio Grande (1-0).


Emily Wilson and Peyton Broce each shot 80s on the second day to help the Mount Vernon Nazarene women’s golf team to a fourth-place finish out of six teams in the season-opener Sept. 7-8 at the Battle at Brookwood in Fort Wayne, Ind.

Wilson shot a team-best 78 on the first day.

The Cougars finished the tournament with a 670 behind Taylor’s Team A (591), Grace’s Team A (621) and Taylor’s Team B (670) and ahead of Huntington (679) and Grace’s Team B (681).


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